Specifically, we are talking about the Ryzen 7 5700G, Ryzen 5 5600G, and Ryzen 3 5300G. HP recently leaked some official documents with the specifications of the new AMD APUs, the Ryzen 5000G for desktop PCs.
As reported by well-known leaker momomo, the Ryzen 7 5700G will offer a configuration of 8 cores/16 threads at a frequency of 3.80/4.60 GHz; the Ryzen 5 5600G will offer 6 cores/12 threads at 3.90/4.40 GHz with the same 16 MB of L3 memory; and finally, the Ryzen 3 5300G will have 4 cores/8 threads at a frequency of 4.00/4.20 GHz with 8 MB of L3 cache. All of them will have the same TDP of 65W.
As for the integrated graphics, we don’t have any information on that yet, but we should see AMD Radeon Vega 8 (512 stream processors), Vega 7 (448 SPs), and Vega 6 (384 SPs).
At this point, we don’t know if AMD will make the same controversial decision as they did with the Ryzen 4000G to release them only for the OEM market. Anyway, it’s worth remembering that a user recently put a technical sample of the Ryzen 5 5300G up for sale on eBay and also posted some benchmarks, so if you’re eager to learn more about these processors, you can get an idea of what to expect.
The Asian website Nikkei revealed that TSMC is working closely with AMD, Google, and other major companies to develop a new way to make processors more powerful. This would be made possible by 3D packaging (3D stacking), or 3D stacking for short, in which the components of a chip can be stacked both vertically and horizontally.
This would enable the production that would be much more powerful, smaller, and energy-efficient chips since the processor, memory, sensors, and other components could be contained in the same silicon. This was called SolC.
TSMC plans to introduce its new 3D packaging technology in a plant which it is building in the Taiwanese city of Miaoli. The construction of this new foundry is scheduled to begin mass production in 2022. This means that so-called Zen 5-based CPUs could incorporate this new technology, which could dramatically increase the total number of cores.
After NVIDIA and Broadcom left TSMC in search of other specialized packaging companies such as ASE Technology Holding, Amkor, and Powertech, the Taiwanese company would redouble its efforts to keep other large companies like Apple, Google, and Huawei in its ranks.
“TSMC, of course, is not trying to replace all the traditional chip packaging providers, but it aims to serve these premium customers at the top of the pyramid so that these big chip developers like Apple, Google, AMD, and Nvidia don’t leave TSMC for their competitors,” said an anonymous source familiar with the issue.
In the last few hours, the company has announced the arrival of two Sapphire Radeon RX 6800 XT, a NITRO+ model for the most demanding audiences, and a Pulse model for those who want high performance but do not require special features.
As you can see from the two teasers, both of these boards have a three-fan cooling system with a black cover that gets red inserts when the Pulse is used. Both cards look quite voluminous, so they should occupy at least 2.5 slots.
Sapphire continues to tease the curiosity of their fans about its upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series. After publishing a picture evoking the Radeon RX 6800 XT Nitro+, the manufacturer takes the same approach for its Radeon RX 6800 XT Pulse.
AMD’s longtime partner Sapphire confirms that several customized versions of the Radeon RX 6000 series are planned. For the past few days, the Radeon RX 6800 XT has been highlighted by the Nitro+ and Pulse editions. The latter has just been released. The picture shows a part of the design of the card. We have no information about its mechanics and frequencies.
The “Pulse” offer addresses prices with the promise of revised versions, but with more attractive pricing than other versions such as the “Nitro” offer. It is likely that Sapphire is working on a version with AMD recommended frequencies (Pulse) and an overclocked version at the box office (Pulse OC).
The picture shows an impressive map. It needs more than two expansion slots. It is cooled by three equally sized fans. Knowing that Sapphire has already announced its Radeon RX 6800 XT and RX 6800 reference cards, these Pulse and Pulse OC editions are a step up from the NITRO+ family.
For enthusiasts, the Radeon RX 6800 XT Nitro was prepared, which was also kept in dark colors. However, the manufacturer used a different cooling system with three fans of different sizes.
It can be assumed that the manufacturer will also prepare similar versions of the Radeon RX 6800 models. We will probably have to wait until the cards are released to reveal the detailed specification.
Tum_Apisak has leaked some benchmarks on Twitter that indicate that the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X processor will completely dominate the Intel Core i9-10900K. The presentation of AMD’s new CPU line is just around the corner, and the closer we get to the event, the more details appear on the table.
It is expected that all Zen 3 CPUs codenamed Vermeer would have good IPC gains, an improved cache, higher clock speeds, improved power efficiency, and better transistor density. All of this is of course to be confirmed by October 8th when AMD will officially launch Zen 3.
The Ryzen 7 5800X will replace the popular eight-core 16-thread Ryzen 7 3800X chip. Obviously, these numbers are not a concrete performance indicator, since the Ashes of the Singularity values are significantly better than those of the Intel Core i9-10900K with ten cores and 20 threads.
Both PCs used an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080, with the i9 configuration rated higher in the Crazy 4K default setting. Nevertheless, if we look at the frame rate of the CPU, the Ryzen 7 5800X shows a significant 22% improvement.
The Ryzen 9 5900X also seems to have superior performance, although unfortunately no benchmark has been filtered out for this processor yet. This AMD beast will have 12 cores and 24 threads and will reach 5 GHz with a TDP of 150W.
The new AMD architecture brings Ryzen users an amazing performance. Although the emerging leaks are very interesting, we still have to wait a little more than a week to confirm them.
The first rumors about AMD’s RDNA 2 “Big Navi” graphics card were that it would be an “Nvidia killer”, but new reports suggest that this will not be the case. We all know by now that AMD plans to launch its first RDNA 2 graphics cards before the end of the year, which will provide great high-end performance for its rival Nvidia.
WMA “Big Navi” RDNA 2 would not be as powerful as expected
As the launch gets closer, AMD will be sharing more information with its partners such as ASUS, Sapphire, Gigabyte, MSI, and XFX. These discussions will lead to more and more data leaks, which will allow more information to get on the Internet.
CoreTeks has reported that AMD has begun sharing information with “Asian sources” who have stated that the “Big Nav” is not as powerful as expected. CoreTeks reports that AMD’s flagship of the next generation will be only 15% more powerful than Nvidia’s RTX 2080 Ti, and that in “optimized” titles.
Against this background, it is expected that the AMD flagship of the next generation will be a competitor to the RTX 3080. This is far from reports that the AMD RDNA 2 flagship would offer a 50% performance advantage over the RTX 2080 Ti, a performance that has been declining.
AMD plans to offer its RDNA 2 at a quite competitive price to launch the Nvidia RTX 3080. This will allow AMD to offer consumers more value than its competitor in the high-end market, i.e. a product that delivers value for money, the best combination that consumers expect. The low-end Navi will be competitive with Nvidia’s other RTX 30 offerings, although this would make Nvidia’s hypothetical RTX 3080 Ti unrivaled in its segment. We will keep you informed.
AMD’s current top product in the gaming graphics market is the Radeon VII, a 7nm card based on the previous generation GCN architecture, and the top product in the Navi family is the RX 5700 XT, launched last year and offering similar performance to NVIDIA’s RTX 2070 Super. It looks like the new architecture will significantly enhance the performance of Big Navi’s flagship graphics cards.
The new Ryzen Threadripper Pro CPU family offers a high number of cores, with high clock speeds and the features that are expected from the AMD Pro line. AMD has introduced its new processor family designed for both high-performance workstations and enthusiasts with big payloads.
AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro is announced with more clock speeds
Perhaps the most important improvement of the new processors is the support of up to 2 TB of DDR4 memory.
The AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3900WX CPU family includes five models:
Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3995WX 64-core / 2.7 and 4.3 GHz base and turbo clock
Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3975WX 32-core / 3.5 and 4.35 GHz base and turbo clock
Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3955WX 16-core / 3.9 and 4.4 GHz base and turbo clock
Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3945WX 12-core / 4.0 and 4.4 GHz base and turbo clock
The first three CPUs have slightly higher maximum clock speeds compared to the existing Ryzen Threadripper 3900 Series products, while the remaining two have a “moderate” number of cores, but with fairly high frequencies to deliver unbeatable performance per core.
Performance and comparison
All AMD Ryzen Threadripper Pro 3900WX processors support up to 2TB of DDR4 memory using various types of DRAM modules, a significant capacity for memory-intensive workloads such as rendering or data analysis. The Threadripper series is known to have 128 PCIe lanes for high-end graphics cards, computer accelerators, and memory devices.
With its third-generation Ryzen Threadripper processors with up to 64 cores, AMD clearly dominates the world of high-performance workstations and high-end desktops.
Compared to Xeon products from rival Intel, AMD emphasizes that the Ryzen ThreadRipper PRO series processors can handle more core computing modes with fewer processors, and model selection is relatively easy. It also supports new interface specifications such as PCIe 4.0, and to ensure the security of data computation, it also emphasizes that there are certain advantages in-memory configuration and control of operating performance.
The first appearance of the APU AMD Ryzen 7 4700G, the flagship of the “Renoir series”. The results of the benchmark testing of the Ryzen 7 4700G have recently been leaked. The latest results are from the user ITCooker, who shared information about BIOS and CPU -Z screenshot showing that the processor has 8 cores and 16 threads, a basic clock frequency of 3.6 GHz and a core speed of The frequency is 4.45 GHz.
The Ryzen 7 4700G is equipped with a 7nm Vega 8.0 processor, although earlier information on the Internet indicated that the 7nm Vega 8.0 processor might be used in the Ryzen 4700G. However, the report on the web does not share the performance of the GPU part.
AMD’s new generation Ryzen 3000 has been on the market for quite some time, and many expect AMD’s upcoming new-generation APU series, there have been many stories online that AMD will launch Ryzen 7 new models like the 4700G, Ryzen 5 4400G, Ryzen 3 4200G and more!
Some third-party media have posted screenshots of the CPU-Z, but they were all extremely fuzzy and mosaic-like, but this time the guy posted the news without any cover-up, and it’s more than enough to confirm the authenticity of the performance data.
According to the pictures, the 7nm AMD Ryzen 4700G has 8 cores and 16 threads, a preset clock, and Highest clock gain 3.6 GHz and 4.45 GHz, L1 cache 256 KB, L2 cache 256 KB. The motherboard of the B550 chipset is used for the test platform.
Ryzen 4000 Desktop Edition APUs are still unreleased, details of the next-generation Ryzen 5000 APU are already popping up, and we’re getting the good stuff! Komachi recently discovered a device for the Ryzen 5000 APU in its test database. It is expected that AMD will soon launch an AMD Ryzen 4000 with the code name “Renoir” in July.
It is expected that AMD will soon launch an AMD Ryzen 4000 with the code name “Renoir” in July. Ryzen 4000 Desktop Edition APUs are still unreleased, details of the next-generation Ryzen 5000 APU are already popping up, and we’re getting the good stuff! Komachi recently discovered a device for the Ryzen 5000 APU in its test database. ID message, pretty much guaranteed to see you all in 2021.
According to the latest news on Twitter @Komachi Ensaka-Blast, a new device with the device ID “1638:1002: CZN_RENOIR.” is now available. The device ID of the latest Ryzen 4000 Renoir APU is 1636, so Komachi says there is a good chance that the new device will be codenamed “Cezanne”. Ryzen 5000 Series APU and another message from the past Twitter @Rogame AMD’s new APUs have also been announced earlier, introducing the Ryzen 5000 Series APUs. It is expected that the number of units will be up to 13, and these units will include both low-voltage and desktop APUs.
Komachi also mentioned that the Ryzen 5000 “Cezanne” series APU will still be available. The graphics core of the built-in GFX9, a Vega GPU, is the same as the Ryzen 4000’s. The Renoir APU uses the same GPU architecture, but AMD should continue to invest in the Vega GPU.
It was previously reported that the new Ryzen 5000 “Cezanne” APU will continue to be powered by TSMC 7nm process, but it will be an upgrade to AMD’s latest Zen 3 architecture, which is more advanced than Zen 2. The CPU core of the Ryzen 5000, which has been replaced by the Zen 3-based APU, has very good performance. There are huge improvements in power consumption and efficiency, especially in the gaming and IPC performance areas.
The Ryzen 5000 APU is scheduled for 2021, after AMD’s Ryzen 4000 APU path this year, the first would have been the introduction of the Cezanne-H for mobile computers! Series and power-saving Cezanne-U Series APUs before the release of the high-performance Cezanne-G Series APU, and finally the good news, the Ryzen 5000! The “Cezanne” APU will retain the AM4 interface.
For the pleasure of the SFF enthusiasts, ASRock prepares the successor for the DeskMini A300 Mini-PC with Ryzen 4000. According to a filtered presentation (via @_rogame), the upcoming device will accommodate the latest AMD Ryzen 4000 series APUs (codename Renoir).
AMD Ryzen 4000 ‘Renoir’ appears on ASRock DeskMini SFF PCs
The APU in question appeared under the code name 100-00000000146-40_42/35_Y. The first part of the code name contains the OPN (Ordering Part Number), which is the same as that of the Ryzen 7 4700G.
The Ryzen 7 4700G is expected to be the flagship of the AMD Zen 2 APU family. The 7 nm processor has 8 cores, 16 threads, and a 3.6 GHz base clock with 65 W TDP. The maximum clock rate of the Ryzen 7 4700G is rumored to be 4.45 GHz. As for graphics, the Ryzen 7 4700G will potentially have up to 8 Vega Computing Units (CUs) operating at 2100 MHz.
The Ryzen 7 4700G appeared next to the ASRock X300M-STX motherboard. As the name suggests, the X300M-STX is based on the AMD X300 chipset and the AM4 socket. The motherboard allows overclocking, so it was carefully tailored for enthusiasts, and the name also indicates that the X300M-STX will retain the mini-STX form factor (147 x 140 mm).
If the motherboard is even remotely similar to its predecessor, it should be equipped with two DDR4 SO-DIMM slots, two 3.0 x 4 M.2 PCIe slots, and a diverse list of video outputs, including an HDMI 2.0 port, a D-Sub port, and a DisplayPort 1.4 output.
There have been many leaks about the Ryzen 4000 “Renoir” CPUs, but we still do not know exactly when they will be released. We’ll keep you posted.
AMD shares have become such an important asset for many investors. Every crisis is deemed to be a time of opportunity. It is above all a matter of deciding which opportunities can be implemented and who can take advantage of them. Exchange participants use this time to look for assets that can be acquired at a reduced price and then receive income from the exchange rate growth.
Business Quant has published a study on this topic on the Searching for Alpha pages. The 13F cycle, which lasted from January to March, showed that the number of investors who bought AMD stocks during this period exceeded the number of these bonds sold. 484 institutional investors increased their portfolios and 413 investors decreased.
Overall, investors bought 1.3% of all AMD shares in public trading. In February and March, the price of AMD shares fell by about 35%, which allowed those seeking to make long-term investments at more attractive prices.
Dynamic changes in AMD shares
During volatile economic times, market participants prefer to invest in reliable assets, so continued interest in AMD stock indicates investor confidence in the company’s future. It is ready to strengthen its position in the notebook PC segment.
The introduction of new processors for servers and desktops as well as graphics cards and game accelerators for server systems is planned for the second half of the year. Finally, the Sony PlayStation 5 and Microsoft Xbox Series X game consoles are about to enter a new life cycle. In contrast to many competitors, AMD does not hesitate to forecast sales growth for the entire calendar year.