The deal with the Renoir family models AMD Another step up with what looks like a semi-official confirmation of the model names we expect in the coming months, with built-in graphics cores - along with more details for those from the Vermeer family who will arrive without graphics processing units inside them
Ryzen 7 4700G and friends
We told you about the promising octagonal Ryzen 7 4700G model, in a 7-nm production process and with a built-in graphical Vega core, Already a week ago - And now we have verification of its existence and some of the key technical details for it, as well as confirmation of the existence of several more desktop G models with graphics cores, thanks to the compatibility details on the official website of the motherboard manufacturer Biostar.
One-eyed surfers noticed the existence of the Ryzen 7 4700G in the lists, with a 65 watt power envelope at a basic operating frequency of 3.6GHz which will reach up to 4.4GHz in maximum turbo mode and with a Vega graphics core with 8 processing clusters - with six Renoir models next to it Additional futures include the Ryzen 7 Pro 4700G with the same features (with the addition of dedicated enterprise capabilities not found in the home model) and the economical Ryzen 7 4700GE with a 35-watt power envelope and an initial operating frequency of 3.1GHz that reaches up to 4.3GHz in mode The fast Temporarily maximum.
The existing list is not complete, it seems, but with the mention of the hexagonal Ryzen 5 Pro 4400G and the quadruple Ryzen 3 Pro 4200G we can definitely assume that we will also get the launch of these APU models in standard home versions down the road - combined with cores Vega Consisting of seven processing clusters and six processing clusters respectively.
High frequencies and performance jumps with cores Zen 3?
With all due respect to the interesting Renoir models and the updated graphics cores inside, the most interesting thing is in the cards for AMD For the rest of the year it is Ryzen 4000 processors without built-in graphics cores, but with cores Zen 3 News - When the most prominent rumors on the net now predict a direct possible performance improvement (IPC - the number of commands that can be executed in each clock cycle, in a way that effectively eliminates the differences between different operating frequencies) of 17 percent or even more compared to the core coresZen 2.
Such an improvement can certainly be revolutionary in an age where we have become accustomed to accepting individual percentage increases at best from generation to generation, and officially snatching from Intel the ability to boast superior performance in tasks using a low number of processing cores - but what makes it even more exciting is reports Early engineering samples of processors RYZEN 4000 with eight and 16 processing cores, capable of offering similar and even higher frequencies than those we received in theRYZEN Final and official 3000 over the past year.
An early version with 16 cores, which is supposed to eventually become a replacement for theRYZEN The terrific 9 3950X, allegedly observed with a 3.7GHz base frequency and a maximum turbo frequency of 4.6GHz, and at the same time several eight-core versions were observed with a 4GHz base frequency and a maximum turbo frequency of 4.6GHz. The 7 nm manufacturing technology seems to be continuing the ripening process, and we have yet to reveal what they are capable of.
Ryzen XT will hijack Intel's crown for performance Core unit?
Let's take a new and unverified piece of information About AMD's Matisse Refresh models, Which can gain exposure and launch over the next month - a single-core score comparison obtained in the popular and modern Cinebench R20 test, in which the Ryzen 9 3900XT manages to pass not only its predecessor the Ryzen 9 3900X but even the current Core i9 champion 10900K of Intel.
Although this is a minimum of 3 points, only half a percentage point, it may be enough to make it difficult to Intel Continue to boast that it offers the most powerful processor in the world in terms of performance Core Individual or a pair of cores - but we will note again that the source of this data is not entirely clear, and therefore it is strongly recommended to approach them with suspicion for the time being, before being tempted to draw conclusions.