AMD 's Ryzen 7 5700G, an alleged ' Cezanne 'family desktop APU, has been spotted in online testing.
The 5700G is an 8-core (16 threads) theoretically entering Chip based on Zen 3 which should be ideal for low budget builds, offering a good level of performance coupled with an integrated GPU (offering sufficiently solid graphics power while saving cost of a discrete graphics card).
As spotted by Komachi_Ensaka on Twitter, on the data Chiphell forum - a common source of hardware leaks - a The engineering sample of the processor has been tested with DDR4 system RAM running at fairly fast speeds (using a solid platform for testing, namely MSI's MEG B550 Unify-X motherboard).
Using 16GB of memory (dual channel)), the poster ran at 4333MHz then 5000MHz, followed by 5333MHz (but only for a short time in the latter case).
As the poster points out, there is a nettThe memory performance improvement here over the previous Ryzen 4700G APU - and we have to remember that this is also an example of a pre-release chip. Which means that t The final version of the 5700G could potentially do better (salt in hand, as always).
One to watch
This comes in addition to some recently popular benchmarks of the 5700G which are also impressive, comparing well to the 5800X when you factor in the lower TDP of the 5700G - which is allegedly launched at 65W, with a boost to 4, 4 GHz (although some rumors say the latter is higher).
The Ryzen 7 5700G may be one to watch, although the prevailing sentiment seems to be that it may end up being an OEM-only APU., like its predecessors Ryzen 4000. In other words, consumers won't be able to buy it directly, only system builders will (so you'll have to buy a PC that came with the chip to get one - or one). 5700G model sold, of course).
We first heard the whispers of the 5700G at the beginning of January, when a listing for the APU appeared on the USB Developer Forum , where the Ryzen 9 5980HX was also spotted. The latter is an APU intended for laptops, a different pot of fish from the 5700G which is intended for desktop PCs.