Final version of AMD Ryzen 7 5700G APU pictured and tested for the first time
AMD Cezanne for AM4 socket coming soon.
Last week we had a chance to see AMD Ryzen 5000G engineering sample perform once again in a synthetic CPU-Z benchmark. These engineering samples of AMD upcoming APUs have been appearing on Chinese social media for three months now, which confirms that AMD has been working on them ever since Cezanne for mobile devices has been announced back in January.
There was some debate whether the 100-000000263 OPN code of those samples actually belonged to Ryzen PRO 5750G SKU or rather Ryzen 5700G. As it turns out, it is actually a non-PRO variant:
AMD Ryzen 7 5700G, Source: Chiphell
The APU’s integrated Vega graphics currently do not have a supported driver, hence it is not possible to verify the performance. The GPU-Z utility confirms its Vega 8 with 512 Streaming Multiprocessors and a GPU clock of 2.0 GHz, which is actually 100 MHz lower than Ryzen 7 4700G.
AMD Ryzen 7 5700G Vega 8 GPU, Source: Chiphell
In CPU-Z we are seeing slightly better results than previously tested engineering samples. From an average of 613 points, the retail Ryzen 7 5700G APU scores 631 points at stock. The multicore performance is also better by around 7%.
AMD Ryzen 7 5700G CPU-Z, Source: Chiphell
The maximum voltage that was applicable was 1.42V, but then the APU crashes after a few minutes of testing. With a fixed voltage of 1.365V, the APU clocks up to 4.65 GHz. It has reached a temperature of 75°C in 15 minutes of AIDA64 stress testing. The picture below is at its original (low) quality:
AMD Ryzen 7 5700G AIDA64, Source: Chiphell
AMD hasn’t confirmed any public events in the next few weeks, therefore it is unclear whether Ryzen 5000G are still a long way off or if there is a public announcement planned. AMD might just as well stick to traditional paper launch with a few slides being distributed to the press.
Another big question is whether AMD is planning to give the green light to DIY market sales of the new APU series. The Ryzen 4000G series were limited to system integrators and OEMs. They were only available on eBay through a grey market.
|AMD Ryzen Processors Specifications|
|VideoCardz.com||Cores / Threads||Base Clock||Boost Clock||GPU Clock||GPU Cores||TDP||MSRP|
|AMD Ryzen 5000G ‘Cezanne’ – Zen3|
|Ryzen 7 5700G|
|Ryzen 5 5600G|
|Ryzen 3 5300G|
|AMD Ryzen 4000G ‘Renoir’ – Zen2|
|Ryzen 7 4700G|
|Ryzen 5 4600G|
|Ryzen 3 4300G|
Many thanks to Alienxzy for the tip!