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AMD Ryzen 5000G PRO Cezanne Desktop APU Spotted

With 8-cores and 16-threads.

I would love to see the performance of the integrated Radeon graphics. Taken from Videocardz … A CPU-Z screenshot of the new Cezanne AM4 CPU has been leaked on Chiphell.

The CPU-Z screenshot would confirm that AMD Ryzen 5000G series might once again debut with the PRO moniker. The leaker adds that there is a strong possibility that it Cezanne AM4 PRO series will not go retail.

The sample shown in the CPU-Z screenshot is an 8-core and 16-thread CPU based on the Cezanne AM4 series. The configuration implies that the processor might be Ryzen 7 PRO 5750G, as Ryzen 5 5650G should offer 6-cores and 12-threads. The series shouldn’t offer a higher core count over the Renoir AM4 series.

According to the post, the APU is not compatible with a PCI Gen4 interface, nor does it feature Navi integrated graphics. In comparison to Ryzen 5000 desktop series with chiplet design, the L3 cache has also been reduced. All this information is already widely known, as AMD already launched its Cezanne-based mobile series for high-end laptops. The AM4 and FP6 socket variants are based on the same silicon.

Source: Videocardz


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