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Seven AMD Ryzen 4000G APUs leaked by Biostar

by Mark Tyson on 25 May 2020, 10:10

Tags: AMD (NYSE:AMD)

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It has been a pretty busy weekend for AMD spills and rumours. Below you will find some motherboard maker based leaks regarding seven officially unannounced AMD Ryzen 4000G APUs. Other news we have to share this morning is less solid, but still worth sprinkling on your porridge, it regards the AMD Ryzen 3000XT series of processors.

Late on Friday Biostar kicked off the party by publishing a CPU compatibility table for its AMD B550GTQ Ver. 5.0 motherboard. One big problem for Biostar was that the list accidentally included seven unannounced AMD Ryzen 4000G APUs. The list has now been purged to half what it was but thankfully, for posterity, Twitter's Komachi captured the leaked list.

On its own the 'Renoir APU' list would be a pretty nice leak but it goes further by kindly including OPN number, max CPU clocks, and TDP. If you check through the OPN list you will see that these processors align with the previous Ryzen 4000 desktop APU lineup leak we reported on from Igor's Lab (but Igor spotted 22 variants, perhaps including OEM exclusives and so on).

Cross referencing the sources should provide a very good overview of the upcoming APU releases, as Igor included data on cores/threads and graphics cores. If do go through this process you can come up with a table like the one below (via VideoCardz).

 

Cores / Threads

Base Clock

Turbo Clock

TDP

Graphics Cores

Ryzen 7 4700G

 

8C/16T

 

3.6 GHz

 

4.4 GHz

 

65W

 

8

Ryzen 7 PRO 4700G

 

8C/16T

 

3.6 GHz

 

4.4 GHz

 

65W

 

8

Ryzen 7 4700GE

 

8C/16T

 

3.1 GHz

 

4.3 GHz

 

35W

 

8

Ryzen 5 PRO 4400G

 

6C/12T

 

3.7 GHz

 

4.3 GHz

 

65W

 

7

Ryzen 5 4400GE

 

6C/12T

 

3.3 GHz

 

4.2 GHz

 

35W

 

7

Ryzen 3 PRO 4200G

 

4C/8T

 

3.8 GHz

 

4.1 GHz

 

65W

 

6

Ryzen 3 4200GE

 

4C/8T

 

3.5 GHz

 

4.1 GHz

 

35W

 

6

 

The above processor cores will be based upon the Zen 2 architecture, and the Graphics Cores each contain 64 Vega shaders. It is expected the graphics portions of the APUs will boost to about 2GHz.

With AMD B550 chipset motherboards due for release on 16th June, wouldn't it be nice if buyers could have the option of buying a shiny new AMD Ryzen 4000G series APU at the same time?

AMD Ryzen 3000XT processors

It looks like AMD is lining up some clock boosted AMD Ryzen XT series processors. These will join the Ryzen 3000 series desktop processors to help AMD combat Intel's latest 10th gen processors that are billed as 'best for gaming', helped along a lot by their higher clockspeeds.

A Chinese ChipHell post asserts that the 3000XT processors on the way are as follows:

  • Ryzen 9 3900XT - 4.1GHz base, 4.8GHz boost.
  • Ryzen 7 3800XT - 4.2GHz base, 4.7GHz boost.
  • Ryzen 5 3600XT - 4.0GHz base, 4.7GHz boost.

So, for example the Ryzen 9 3900XT has a boost clock of 4.8GHz, which is an increase of 200MHz over the 3900X model. Furthermore, the base clock of 4.1GHz is 300MHz faster than the non-XT variant. AMD's Ryzen 7 3800XT gets the same clock tweaks, and the Ryzen 5 3600XT boosts 300Mhz faster and has a base clock 200MHz faster than its non-XT sibling.

According to VideoCardz report on the ChipHell data, the AMD Ryzen 3000 XT series will be announced on 16th June, with release scheduled for 7th July. It reminds rumour cynics that Gigabyte has previously leaked these XT processors in a B550 slide deck, referring to them as Ryzen 3000 Refresh processors.



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I'm looking at the APUs for a possible media server upgrade. The Vega cores work well for transcoding using VAAPI under Linux and a 4c/8t upgrade at Ryzen 3 will be a big uplift over the Skylake era Pentium 2c/2t that currently does the job.

My only hope is that they release a new value series motherboard ranger fairly soon to replace A320. I know it's slated but not seen a release date yet.
And with one bound…

I suppose this was to be expected - AMD just needed to stretch their legs a little to outpace Intel's latest, curate's egg, launches.

I also anticipate some price adjustments coming down the line for existing stock.

I also look forward to some 3900XT comparisons with Intel!
Are we assuming those XT chips are all single CCD, 8c/16t parts? That makes the most sense for a gaming-centric range, doesn't it?

edit: Maybe not, since that r5 3600xt would then just be a slightly boosted r7 3800x. Hmm.
Will only work on B550 and A520,and the prices have been leaked. The cheapest Asus B550A Prime is $130(so around £130 here),and the Asus B450A Prime is around £85. If that is applicable to other 500 series motherboards from other companies, the target market of the APUs,will end up probably using A520 motherboards,if they end up being most of the sub £130 AM4 motherboard market. So no overclocking and AFAIK,I don't think the A series motherboards support above 3200MHZ RAM either.
Whats the difference between the Pro 4700G and the normal 4700G?