A known leak revealed all specifications of the AMD Ryzen 5000U series, which is based on Cezanne and Lucienne, just hours after the first details about the Ryzen 5 5600U.
The next AMD low power mobile processors (TDP configurable from 10 to 25W), will be a combination of Cezanne and Lucienne. These code names refer to the Zen architecture in use, so the first one is based on Zen 3, while Lucienne is based on Zen 2. This is a somewhat unusual configuration, which has caused a lot of speculation in the last weeks.
According to data published by ExecutableFix, the processors will experience frequency increases of up to 200 MHz compared to their predecessor (Ryzen 4000 Renoir). There is also a change in the GPU configuration, as AMD is adding more CUs on some models.
For example, the AMD Ryzen 7 5700U will have the same GPU configuration as the 5800U (8 CU) along with the same number of cores (8C / 16T). The only difference will be the Zen architecture used (Zen3 vs. Zen2). Both Cezanne and Lucienne will use the same GCN-based Radeon Vega graphics.
Furthermore, the flagship processor, Ryzen 7 5800U, will have 8 cores and 16 threads. This processor will have 8 GPU computing units with a frequency of 2.0 GHz. The CPU will have a 16 MB L3 cache, twice as much as the Ryzen 4800U and Ryzen 5700U (both Zen 2-based).
Finally, all processors will be SMT, which is remarkable as this was not the case with the last generation Renoir.
According to the filtration, AMD will launch the Cezanne / Lucienne based AMD Ryzen 5000U series in 2021. Stay tuned for more details as we will certainly learn more at future events.