AMD has confirmed the pricing for its new Ryzen PRO 4000G series processors. The list feature Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G(E), 5 PRO 4650G(E), and 3 PRO 4350(GE).
AMD discloses pricing on Ryzen 4000G series
The 8-core and 16-thread APU (4750G) featuring 7nm Zen2 cores will cost 309 USD, which is 20 USD less than Ryzen 7 3700X (also 8-core processors but without integrated Vega graphics).
The 6-core/12-thread Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G will cost 209 USD, which is 10 USD more expensive than Ryzen 5 3600 lacking iGPU support. Meanwhile, the cheapest model, Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G is priced at 149 USD.
Do note that the pricing is for both G (65W) and GE series (35W) and only for OEMs and System Integrators. The list does not include the Ryzen 4x00G series (the non-PRO) series.
The pricing table also confirmed the naming of the integrated graphics. The desktop Renoir AM4 series will feature Radeon Graphics 8, 7, and 6.
AMD has confirmed to HardwareLuxx that it will (eventually) bring new APUs for the DIY market. AMD Ryzen 4000G series is currently only supported on 500 series motherboards (B550/X570). The statement confirmed that next-gen APUs will be supported by 400-series as well, what is unknown at this point is whether the same SKUs will be supported.
„We can not disclose our entire roadmap. There are next gen APUs coming for both 400 and 500 series motherboards (…) do not take todays announcement (…) as something we are not doing for consumer motherboards“.