AMD fans are starting to get a little response from the latest generation of the Ryzen processor in the desktop version. Today they announced the AMD Ryzen 4000 Series range of desktop processors, the alias APU, which comes with integrated Radeon Graphics.
AMD Ryzen 4000 G-Series desktop or known by the name of the Ryzen 4000 Renoir architecture, this menstruation carries a 7nm Zen 2 core and a Vega GPU with the same manufacturing size. This model APU processor is also present in the professional segment through the AMD Ryzen Pro 4000 G-Series.
Unfortunately, AMD claims that the latest line of APU processors will only be present in the OEM version. Therefore, all processors announced today will only be available on pre-built PCs or directly installed PCs. Consumers who want to build their own PCs must be patient to wait.
Although it carries an APU model, which means it already has a built-in GPU, not a discrete model, AMD still claims that the Ryzen 4000 G series supports gaming performance in pre-built PC gaming products.
The AMD Ryzen 4000 G series comes with a variety of SKUs of the Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 variants. Specifications are available in the 8 core / 16 to 4 core / 8 wire range. Also, the TDP range varies from 65W to 35W.
“AMD is dedicated to continuing to push the limits of graphics processing power and performance to provide exceptional PC experiences for all customers, from mainstream PC users to gamers, streamers and business users,” said the senior vice president and general manager of AMD’s client business unit Saeid Moshkelani.
In the entry-level class, AMD also released three AMD Athlon 3000 series APU processor variants consisting of two Gold and one Silver series. Specifications provide 4 cores / 4 threads and 2 cores / 4 threads with TDP of 65W and 35W.
In the professional segment, the AMD Athlon 3000 G-Series is also featured in the latest series, which are two Gold Pro and one Silver Pro variants. Specifications remain the same as the latest non-professional Athlon 3000 G-Series series.
Moving to the AMD Ryzen Pro 4000 G-Series range there are several SKUs of the AMD Ryzen 7 Pro, Ryzen 5 Pro and Ryzen 3 Pro variants. Specifications are available in the 8 core / 16 to 4 core / 8 thread range. Also, the TDP range varies from 65W to 35W.
All AMD Ryzen 4000 G-Series processors introduced next time will be available starting in Q3 2020 through OEM partners on pre-built desktop devices. Again, consumers who want to build their own PCs must be patient, AMD has not provided availability of all of these products outside of the OEM and systems integrator model.
This is the world’s first 7nm x86 desktop processor to be assembled for the consumer PC and commercial markets. AMD said the Ryzen 4000 G-series processor can offer good gaming performance with a lovely graphic display. The AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 Series and AMD Athlon PRO 3000 Series desktop processors are also designed with modern, layered security systems.
However, in terms of specs, the Ryzen 4000 G series actually uses a graphics chip that looks the same as the previous G series processor, but with higher CPU performance, which includes more cores and threads.
An example is the Ryzen 7 4700G which has 8 cores and 16 threads, with a TDP of 65W. This APU has an 8-core GPU with a clock speed of 2100MHz. The processor itself has a base clock of 3.6 GHz and has a boost clock of 4.4 GHz.
Note that the Ryzen 4000 desktop that was released still uses the Zen 2 architecture like Ryzen 3000. This is not a new architecture called Zen 3 that will be released later.
The processor released by AMD came from a new generation, but it is difficult to compare it to the tenth generation Intel processor. The reason is that Intel has a 125W TDP processor, while AMD has just released a 65W TDP processor.
But seeing as the Ryzen 4000 Mobile’s performance is stricter than most 10th generation Intel mobile processors, it should be when AMD releases an equivalent processor later, its performance will be faster than its competitors in Blue Camp .