The Ryzen 4000 APU lineup based on the Zen 2 core is expected to launch AMD in early 2020. We see early reports and leaks pointing to the next-gen APU lineup from AMD as the current year comes to a close. The Ryzen 3 4200 G iGPU specifications have appeared online today:
It seems that the lower-end Renoir APU will retain the Vega 8 GPU with 512 shaders, though a higher 1.75GHz operating clock. That’s 8 units of computation like the 3200 G and the 2200G. The only boost in performance will come from the boosted clocks that are a bit higher to be fair.
On the side of the CPU, we can expect a quad-core CPU based on the 7 nm Zen 2 model (the first of its kind), providing the same performance as a Core i3-9100F plus dGPU driven unit. This will be the last nail in the coffin as the demand for the lower end CPU is the only place where Intel’s product products have not been destroyed by Zen 2.
The APU is paired by a 128-bit bus (642) with 8GB of memory (2GB for the GPU and 6GB for the CPU). The APU could be codenamed Celandon Renoir, according to this leak.
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