AMD Ryzen 7 4700G APU’s Full Specs Leaked Including Boost Frequencies

Latest leaks emerged from chinese forum chiphell talking about upcoming AMD’s Ryzen 7 4700G with full specifications. Well, unknown boost clock speeds and solid graphics specs were the main concern for APU lovers. Previous leaks found on Biostar website about Ryzen 7 4700G, Ryzen 5 4400G and Ryzen 3 4200G were deleted right after whole internet got to know about AMD’s spilled beans. Anyhow, leaked information in forums are hard to be erased.

So, full specs on CPU side are looking good with boost clock in single core speed could be reached up to 4.4GHz and all core max frequency might hit 4.0GHz, if it’s true, many budget gamers would have cutting edge raw CPU power within Ryzen 7 4700G multithreaded octa core configuration which provides zero bottlenecks in latest game titles. In theory, Ryzen 7 3700X alike performance is expected from upcoming 8 core monster APU.

Graphics specs wise, Ryzen 7 4700G APU rocks with Radeon Vega 8 (CUs) having 512 stream processors running at max 2.1GHz. Astonishingly, this little integrated Vega 8 graphics has unlocked UMA buffer size or in other words it has up to 16GB dedicated graphics memory depending on gaming usage. Meaning that minimum 16GB DDR4 memory must be installed to feed this beast. As you can see, many AMD APUs like to be paired with dual channel memory with at least 3200MHz in order to eliminate some known memory bottleneck issues occurring between Chiplets, Infinity Fabric and I/O die.

Source: Chiphell & HXL via Twitter

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