AMD Ryzen 4000 “Renoir” Desktop AM4 processors listed

Published: May 13th 2020, 19:07 GMT   Comments

A very interesting and somewhat new kind of leak has just appeared on igor’sLAB website. The datasheet leaked by Igor Wallosek features numerous, yet unannounced, AMD Ryzen 4000 series processors.

AMD Ryzen 4000 Renoir for AM4 socket up to 65W

The leak covers Ryzen 4000 series processors for AM4 socket, featuring Renoir SoC design. This is the same silicon that is used for Ryzen 4000 H-Series (45W) and Ryzen 4000 U-Series (15W).

There are 22 SKUs listed, based on the OPN code in the datasheet. They will offer different configurations in terms of CPU cores and graphics Compute Units count.

The high-end parts will feature up to 8 cores turbo clock reaching 4.35 GHz. The 6-core and 4-core Renoir AM4 processors are also planned. According to the same datasheet, AM4 Renoir CPUs will be equipped with either 6, 7, or 8 Compute Units. This means 384 to 512 Stream Processors integrated into the core.

The parts are divided into 65W and 35W variants. This aligns with the current 3000G and 3000GE series. The Renoir AM4 CPUs are expected to replace AMD Picasso series later this year. They will likely be launched sooner than Ryzen 4000 Zen3 series, as Renoir silicon is based on Zen2.


Source: igor’sLAB via Wccftech

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