The other day it became known that in the desktop part of the Renoir family of processors, AMD will focus on business solutions, and not for consumer systems – Ryzen PRO 4000G chips. And now in the 3DMark database there are records about testing these chips for corporate systems, due to which their characteristics are clarified.
The junior processor in the new series will be the Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G, which has four Zen 2 cores and eight threads. This processor works with a base frequency of 3.8 GHz, and the maximum frequency during automatic overclocking will reach 4.1 GHz. There is also a second-generation Vega 6 integrated graphics operating at a frequency of 1700 MHz.
The second oldest will be the Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G. This chip has six Zen 2 cores and twelve threads, and its clock frequencies are 3.7-4.3 GHz. The second-generation Vega integrated graphics here has seven processing units and operates at a frequency of up to 1900 MHz.
Finally, the senior representative of the new series, the Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G, which can offer eight cores, 16 threads and clock frequencies from 3.6 to 4.45 MHz, has also “lit up”. It will be offered integrated graphics of the second generation Vega 8 with a clock frequency of up to 2100 MHz.
All of the above processors have a TDP level of 65 watts. AMD will also release GE-versions of these chips with lower frequencies and correspondingly lower power consumption. Their TDP will be 35 watts.
As for the test results, the flagship Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G, of course, confidently bypasses last year’s Ryzen 5 3400G in CPU performance, but loses a bit in terms of integrated graphics performance. However, if the novelty is supplemented with faster memory and slightly overclocked, it is ahead. Note that the integrated graphics Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G in the test was overclocked to an impressive 2400 MHz.
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