AMD Renoir: A whole bunch of new APUs leaked

The manufacturer Biostar accidentally leaked a total of 7 new APUs from AMD in a data sheet for a new mainboard, of which nothing was previously known.

AMD Renoir: A whole bunch of new APUs leaked

After AMD with its new Zen-2 architecture in the desktop segment and most recently also in notebooks put Intel's competition under stress again, there was hardly any information regarding a new APU generation for desktop PCs from AMD. These processors are characterized by the fact that they have an integrated graphics unit, which in the past was often significantly superior to the Intel HD chips.

Now the motherboard manufacturer Biostar has accidentally leaked a whole swing of new APUs in a data sheet. It turned out that in the future there will apparently be three different APU series with the names G-, GE- and PRO. As before, the Pro series will mainly be aimed at companies, while the G and GE chips will be found more in consumer products. In addition to the names, 7 new models were also leaked.

AMD Renoir: A whole bunch of new APUs leaked

The Ryzen 7 (PRO) 4700GAccording to the datasheet, it comes with 8 cores and 16 threads, which have a base clock of 3.6 GHz, which can be increased up to 4.4 GHz if required. The Ryzen 7 4700GE is a more energy-efficient version with a TDP of 35 watts and a clock speed of 3.1 GHz (boost: 4.3 GHz). 

A Vega8 unit is used as the graphics chip in the three Ryzen 7 models. The Ryzen 5 PRO 4400G, on the other hand, has "only" 6 cores and 12 threads, which can boost up to 4.3 GHz (base clock: 3.7 GHz). At 35 watts, the TDP is 30 watts lower than its big brother. A Vega7 chip is installed here as a graphics card. Last but not least, the PRO 4200G and 4200GE also leaked two Ryzen 3 chips. Both have 4 cores and 8 threads, the former with 3.8 GHz as the base clock and 4,

AMD Renoir: A whole bunch of new APUs leaked
If the specifications prove to be true, the nervousness on the part of Intel is likely to increase even further. After all, the manufacturer has still been able to defend its leading position in affordable all-in-ones and office PCs with its core processors with integrated graphics units. In view of the strong competition, this should prove to be more difficult in the future. At this point we would like to point out again that this is not information confirmed by the manufacturer. We will only receive this with the official presentation of the processors.

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