AMD Ryzen 7 4700G “Renoir” Desktop APU Is Detected With 8 Cores 16 Threads

Attention to our beloved readers! Changes made regarding this AMD APU’s information. This particular leak about Ryzen 7 4700G might be fake due to recent twitter post by Ammar who claimed that UserBenchmark software tool can be manipulated through regedit.msc command prompt to modify Ryzen 7 3700X into 4700G by changing CPU generation number and suffix. Furthermore, suspicious information of leaked Ryzen 7 4700G APU don’t tell about integrated Radeon graphics specifications. Therefore, consider Ryzen 7 4700G naming scheme and specs further from truth. Wait for solid information about upcoming Renoir Desktop APUs via AMD’s open source driver codes.

First AMD Ryzen 7 4700G Renoir based 7nm desktop APU is detected in the wild. Thanks to twitter user momomo_us for digging up this precious information to the public. Obviously, AMD puts “G” suffix into their desktop APU variants just like Ryzen 5 3400G or 2400G legendary APUs got. Enormous 8 core 16 thread of Ryzen 7 4700G APU is no joke to any budget gamers who don’t even need discrete GPUs to play online esports titles.

Indeed, this is the monster APU from AMD based on 7nm TSMC fabrication which has the superior efficiency and amazing multi-core performance. In real world situations, Ryzen 7 4700G might cook any previous AMD APUs or Intel UHD 630 based CPUs for lunch. Clock speeds are also fantastic for 8 core engineering APU sample but final clock frequencies might be increased at official launch day. Currently, userbenchmark tool has detected 3.6 GHz base and 3.95 GHz effective boost clock frequencies.

Historically, Ryzen 7 4700G will be a performance game changer if these leaks are true, because there have never been any 8 core multithreaded APU from AMD’s desktop versions. Patented Chiplet design of AMD is allowing them to modify GPU compute units and CPU cores more independently compared to last Picasso 12nm APUs in unified package. So excited to experience this gem soon.

In Own Snap’s previous article about userbenchmark’s unfair benchmark tool favoring Intel processors, our readers should not trust scores provided by userbenchmark and waiting for independent results from prominent tech enthusiasts is highly recommended.

Source: momomo_us via Twitter