The APU desktop AMD Ryzen 4000 “Renoir”, which have not yet been announced, however, on the web, you multiply the benchmark, and the details on these interesting processors, based remember on the same architecture Zen 2 to 7nm of Ryzen 3000 presented last year.
After the recent news about the Ryzen 7 4700G, today we bring to your attention another AMD octa-core processor, the Ryzen 7 4700GE, as analyzed in the preview by portal asia TecLab.
Like the other models in the range Ryzen 4000 desktop, the Ryzen 7 4700GE using the socket AM4, a feature that makes it so compatible with the new motherboards with AMD chipset series 500. From the data emerged from some of the screenshots of AIDA64, we note that we are looking at a 8 core/16 thread with a frequency of 4300 MHz; since this is a version of the engineering sample, however, we cannot confirm that this is entirely correct, or at least corresponding to the retail version.
That said, what is surprising in the test in question is definitely the memory controller greatly optimized, not only compared to the previous generation of APU, but also with respect to the Ryzen 3000 desktop.
By the screenshots of the follow up we see in fact that the Ryzen 7 4700GE runs without apparent problems with a kit of RAM DDR4 from 4333 MHz, while maintaining a FCLOCK (the frequency of the controller memory) to 2166 MHz. For reference, the first models Ryzen 3000 desktop have an optimal yield, or, even better, run without any problems FCLOCK up to 1800 MHz.
Another important fact concerns the latency markedly improved: in the benchmark Cache & Memory AIDA64, the Ryzen 7 4700GE is scoring only 47,6 ns with DDR4 4333 MHz, improving performance in comparison to even a top of the range as Ryzen 9 3900X that, at the same frequency RAM, was about 60-70 ns.
Finally, remember that the new Ryzen 4000 Renoir will use an integrated GPU Vega which, inevitably, will benefit from a frequency RAM is so high.