AMD introduced the Ryzen 4000G APUs, which are a continuation of a similar solution for laptops (AMD Ryzen 4000 was announced earlier). They are built on the Zen 2 architecture and have Vega graphics integrated. The flagship for consumers will be the AMD Ryzen 7 4700G – an 8-core solution with 16 threads, a TDP of 65 watts, a base clock speed of 3.6 GHz and 4.4 GHz in turbo mode, as well as 8-core graphics.
In the assembled systems, various modifications will be installed, which differ in speed, TDP, number of cores and cache size. So, MD Ryzen 3 4300G and 4300GE received four cores (eight threads), 6 MB of cache and 6-core graphics. Their clock speed ranges from 3.5 to 4 GHz in boost.
Comparing the new products with the past Ryzen 5 3400G and Ryzen 3 3200G, AMD indicated a 2.5x increase in performance in multi-threaded tasks. The company also mentioned Intel Core i7-9700, claiming a 5% superiority over a competitor in tasks when one core is involved, and 31% in other cases. The integrated Radeon graphics showed itself even better, which outperforms a similar solution from Intel by 202%.
The new processors will not be sold separately – only in assembled computers.