AMD Ryzen 7 5700G processor (APU) gets tested and photographed

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    kapu Ancient Guru

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    Price will be crucial . Looks really good. Like stock 5600X with 8 cores :)
     
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    Sorry boss, you have a mistake in the text.
    The vega has 8 Units not 12. has 512 Shaders, not 768. Its like this since Zen2 Apu (4750g). Its even shown in the gpuz screenshot.
    It does have higher frequencies than the older vega apus (zen, zen+) with 12 Units (768), hence its even so slightly faster than those igpus, but not by much
     
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    I would like to see what the results would have been with 3800mhz ram or even 4000mhz if the infinity fabric can do that yet.
     
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    Complete misfire without RDNA, seems like AMD's confused again.
     
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    Are these single-die processors (e.g. IO die, iGPU and CPU cores all in one?) or are these typical zen 3 / flunked zen 3 cores that got binned and sent to OEM's with lower clocks (now, not all of them would be flunked bins but the lower ones would be)?
    @Ojref It doesn't pay to put the new RDNA in everything bud. Your spreadsheet or youtube video playing isn't going to care if it's on RDNA, Vega, Polaris, or Pitcairn - and the wattage used at this low of an implementation isn't worth the hassle often.
     
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    So that memory bandwidth is based off of the "system" memory correct? Hence why it's only 51.4GB/s? Integrated GPU being that it is.
     
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