Extremely anticipated: Biostar has accidentally exposed the names and foundation clocks of seven forthcoming AMD Ryzen Renoir APUs in their motherboard documentation. As a great coincidence, Biostar’s data is the exact puzzle piece essential to verify other leaks and fill in some blanks. As a outcome, we now have a comprehensive and seemingly rather dependable photo of the full release.
With no additional ado, here’s what we’re on the lookout at. There are three tiers: Ryzen 7 with 8 processor cores and 8 graphics cores, Ryzen 5 with 6 processor cores and seven graphics cores, and Ryzen 3 with 4 processor cores and 6 graphics cores. Just about every tier comes in two or three flavors. Typical and Pro variations share of all the exact requirements, together with a 65 W TDP, and the GE variation has a lessen foundation clock with a 35 W TDP.
All processor cores are based on the Zen 2 architecture and have boost clocks in the lower 4 GHz assortment. The graphics cores are better described as compute units they just about every include 64 Vega shaders, and they run all-around the 2 GHz mark. Gigabyte’s press product, which mistakenly involves motherboard compatibility data for a variety of unreleased series, implies these processors will be supported on X570, B550, and A520 boards. Asrock’s product says they’ll only help PCIe 3..
Biostar provided the names, OPNs, and foundation clocks of these processors, so only these variables can be viewed as verified. Nonetheless, as Videocardz seen, anything Biostar exposed aligns totally with a beforehand unsubstantiated leak from Igor’s Lab. This implies that the leak is genuine, so that data has been additional to the table down below.
|APU||OPN||CPU Cores/Threads||CPU Base/Strengthen (GHz)||GPU Cores/Strengthen (MHz)|
|Ryzen 7 4700G||.146||8 / 16||3.6 / 4.45||8 / 2100|
|Ryzen 7 Pro 4700G||.145||8 / 16||3.6 / 4.45||8 / 2100|
|Ryzen 7 4700GE||.149||8 / 16||3.1 / 4.35||8 / 2000|
|Ryzen 5 Pro 4400G||.143||6 / 12||3.7 / 4.3||7 / 1900|
|Ryzen 5 4400GE||.150||6 / 12||3.3 / 4.25||7 / 1900|
|Ryzen 3 Pro 4200G||.148||4 / 8||3.8 / 4.1||6 / 1700|
|Ryzen 3 4200GE||.151||4 / 8||3.5 / 4.1||6 / 1700|
There are two OPNs, 144 and 147, that are notably absent from the sequence in Biostar’s product. Styles in the OPN naming plan recommend that the pair are the standard 4400G and 4200G, and Igor’s Lab’s product supports this hypothesis with requirements that align.
This is no warranty that AMD strategies on promoting them, on the other hand. Igor’s Lab’s product also particulars three additional OPNs 152, 153, and 154 that have 8, 6, and 4 cores, respectively. These might be some sort of OEM-only or special edition processors that will be launched at a later on date.
Normally, leaks from motherboard suppliers signify an imminent release. Videocardz speculates that the release window could align with the launch of B550 motherboards in mid-June.