Why it matters: A smattering of brand-new AMD processors will soon release, finishing the implementation of the Zen 3 architecture. Included are the Ryzen 7 5800 and Ryzen 9 5900 CPUs, low power models based on existing hardware, and the Ryzen 7 5700 G, an octa-core APU.
A reputable leaker has actually posted the essential information of the Ryzen 7 5800 and Ryzen 95900 The 2 CPUs will target the exact same 65 W TDP that previous non-X and non-XT models did, down two-fifths from the 105 W approved to the 5800 X and 5900 X.
It’s likewise expected that the vanilla designs will have lower base clocks, and will sustain maximum clocks for a shorter amount of time. The downgrade is generally reversed by a tough discount, though that might be irrelevant to the 5800 and 5900; rumor has it they’ll be exclusive to OEMs, at least initially.
On The Other Hand, in China, a leaker’s encapture of a Ryzen 7 5700 G has actually exposed the APU’s requirements and performance bracket. In short, it’s a somewhat crippled 5800 X octa-core processor coupled with Vega graphics.
A shot of a 100-1000000263 engineering sample. It’s being described as a 5700 G in accordance with previous generations’ calling plans, however it does not have a validated name.
CPU-Z shows that the processor belongs to the Cezanne household, which likewise consists of some of the upcoming mobile APUs.
In the CPU-Z criteria, the 5700 G scored 613.6 points in the single-threaded test and 6292.2 points in the multi-threaded test, making it about 5%slower than the 5800 X. Part of the distinction can be explained by the lower clock speed, however it’s partially architectural differences, too. While the 5800 X consists of a pricey 32 MB L3 cache, the 5700 G has simply 16 MB of L3 to deal with.
Nevertheless, that’s an unbelievable revealing for an APU. It’s only an embarassment that the leaker picked not to test the integrated GPU, too. They did, however, experiment with overclocking, and supposedly achieved a steady 4.7 GHz that put performance practically on par with the 5800 X.
Like the 5800 and 5900, there’s a good chance that the 5700 G will be exclusive to OEMs.