AMD announces 7-nanometer Ryzen CPUs with integrated Radeon graphics

They are available for consumers and in the Pro version for corporate use. AMD promises performance advantages of up to 31 percent compared to comparable Intel processors. The chips achieve the performance with up to eight cores and 12 MB cache.

AMD has introduced new processors from the Ryzen 4000G and Athlon Gold 3000G series. According to the company, these are the first 7-nanometer CPUs worldwide with integrated graphics. They are also available as a pro version, which the company focuses on business customers.

AMD Ryzen Pro (Image: AMD)In the top-of-the-range Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G model, AMD promises up to 31 percent more performance than a competitor’s product. In addition, the chip is said to work more energy-efficiently, which means that the increase in output per watt is up to 43 percent. The served as a comparison Intel-CPUs Core i7-9700, Core i5-9400 and Core i3-9100.

The Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G achieves this performance with eight cores, which can execute 16 threads and which are supported by a 12 MB cache. Their base clock is specified at 3.6 GHz, which rises to up to 4.4 GHz in boost mode. Nevertheless, the combination of CPU and 8 graphics cores only consumes 65 watts TDP.

Below are the Ryzen 5 Pro 4650 G and Ryzen 3 Pro 4350 G models, which have 6 or 4 cores and must be satisfied with 11 or 6 MB cache. The number of graphics cores also drops to 7 and 6, respectively, with the CPUs offering a higher base clock of 3.7 and 3.8 GHz. The three processors are supplemented by more energy-efficient E variants, which only use 35 watts with a slightly reduced base clock.

AMD only donated four CPU cores, 6 MB cache and 3 graphics cores to the Athlon Gold Pro processors. An E variant is also available here, whose TDP value is 35 instead of 65 watts.

AMD serves the consumer segment with the Ryzen 7 4700G, Ryzen 5 4600G and Ryzen 3 4300G. They adopt the technical specifications of the Pro variants, but do without Pro functions such as AMD Memory Guard and AMD Secure Processor. The E variants of the three computing units with a TDP value of 35 watts also belong to the consumer portfolio. It is also rounded down by new Athlon Gold processors (3150G and 3150 GE), which only lack the Pro features.

According to AMD, consumers benefit from up to 5 percent higher single-thread performance and up to 31 percent higher multi-thread performance – compared to the Intel Core i7-9700. The graphics performance is said to exceed the Intel chip by as much as 202 percent.

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