AMD Ryzen 7 5700G APU leaks alongside 5900 and 5800 (non-X) CPUs

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Why it issues: A smattering of latest AMD processors will quickly launch, finishing the deployment of the Zen 3 structure. Included are the Ryzen 7 5800 and Ryzen 9 5900 CPUs, low energy fashions based mostly on present {hardware}, and the Ryzen 7 5700G, an octa-core APU.

A dependable leaker has (*8*) the pivotal particulars of the Ryzen 7 5800 and Ryzen 9 5900. The 2 CPUs will goal the identical 65 W TDP that earlier non-X and non-XT fashions did, down two-fifths from the 105 W granted to the 5800X and 5900X. At 4.6 GHz and 4.7 GHz, respectively, their enhance clocks are 100 MHz decrease than the 5800X and 5900X’s.

It is also anticipated that the vanilla fashions may have decrease base clocks, and will maintain most clocks for a shorter time frame. The downgrade is often counterbalanced by a sturdy low cost, although that could be irrelevant to the 5800 and 5900; rumor has it they’re going to be unique to OEMs, no less than at first.

In the meantime, in China, a leaker’s encapture of a Ryzen 7 5700G has (*10*) the APU’s specs and efficiency bracket. In brief, it is a barely crippled 5800X octa-core processor paired with Vega graphics.

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CPU-Z exhibits that the processor belongs to the Cezanne household, which additionally consists of a number of the upcoming mobile APUs. The 5700G makes use of a fully-equipped Cezanne chip, containing 8 cores and 16 threads constructed on TSMC’s 7nm node. Software program registers a 4.4 GHz clock pace.

Within the CPU-Z benchmark, the 5700G scored 613.6 factors within the single-threaded check and 6292.2 factors within the multi-threaded check, making it about 5% slower than the 5800X. A part of the distinction may be defined by the decrease clock pace, but it surely’s partly architectural variations, too. Whereas the 5800X comprises a dear 32 MB L3 cache, the 5700G has simply 16 MB of L3 to work with.

However, that is an unimaginable displaying for an APU. It is solely a disgrace that the leaker selected to not check the built-in GPU, too. They did, nevertheless, experiment with overclocking, and reportedly achieved a secure 4.7 GHz that put efficiency nearly on par with the 5800X.

Just like the 5800 and 5900, there is a good likelihood that the 5700G might be unique to OEMs. Given how unconventional it’s, that might be a disappointing final result although. If any of the above are coming to cabinets, they’re going to in all probability be introduced on Tuesday throughout the AMD CES 2021 keynote.

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