AMD 4000 Series

AMD has finally announce there new Zen2 based APU (Note:Zen3 will be released later this year.) On the AM4 platform, These chips will be using the same silicon as the previously released Ryzen Mobile 4000 family. Coming in 35W and 65 W models.

PC builders have been waiting for the release of these chips since way back at CES. Unfortunately AMD is stating that the initial release for the Risen 4000G is for OEM manufactures and will not be release to the public. Which comes in as sad news for anyone looking to build off of these.

With this product, initially we are partnering with leading system integrators and some of the biggest PC makers in the industry, including Lenovo and HP.

Rick Bergman – AMD

AMD 4000 Series Launch

PC builders for the mean time will be stuck with there previous Gen Picasso APU which means they are missing out on the 2.5x performance increase this gen has to offer. Infact the release of these chips have increase AMD stocks overnight.

With that said Lenovo is already working on integrating the Ryzen 4000G APU with a new small form factor PC and ASRock working on a mini barebone PC using there x300 motherboards. So with this release things are already starting to move.

Lets take a look at what each chip in the 4000 G-Series has to offer.

AMD Ryzen 4000 G-Series Desktop Processors with AMD Radeon Graphics

With integrated graphics the Ryzen 7 4700G is clocking in 3.6 GHz or Turbo at 4.4 GHz. It uses all of the eight cores to run the graphics at 2100 MHz. While keeping the energy consumption at 65W. Which is not to shabby for the high end of the 4000 Series.

On the low end Ryzen 7 4300 G offers 4 Core with eight threads with speeds of 3.8 GHz and Turbo at 4.0 Ghz. 4 cores running the graphics at 1700 MHz with a energy consumption of 35W.

All in all this is offering a 2.5X multithread performance increase from last generation. Betting out Intel Core I7 9700 on a number of differnt levels from 5% greater single thread performance to 31% better multithreaded performance and if that wasn’t enough. There is up to 202% better graphics performance than the Intel Core i7-9700.

Here is a overview of the series:

AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700G8C/16T65WUp to 4.4 / 3.6 GHz812 MB
AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700GE8C/16T35WUp to 4.3 / 3.1 GHz812 MB
AMD Ryzen™ 5 4600G6C/12T65WUp to 4.2 / 3.7 GHz711 MB
AMD Ryzen™ 5 4600GE6C/12T35WUp to 4.2 / 3.3 GHz711 MB
AMD Ryzen™ 3 4300G4C/8T65WUp to 4.0 / 3.8 GHz66 MB
AMD Ryzen™ 3 4300GE4C/8T35WUp to 4.0 / 3.5 GHz66 MB
Athlon™ Gold 3150G4C / 4T65W​3.9 GHz36 MB
Athlon™ Gold 3150GE4C / 4T35W3.8 GHz36 MB
Athlon™ Silver 3050GE2C / 4T35W3.4 GHz35 MB
Source: AMD

AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Desktop Processors with PRO technologies

The AMD Ryzen 4000 Series with PRO technologies will be aimed at the modern business environment. These will feature modern security features and extra layers of protection. Such as AMD Memory Guard and AMD Secure Processor.

At the top of the line we have the Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G with 8 Cores 16 threads. Base speed of 3.6 GHz and a max boost of 4.4 GHz. Graphics are running on all 8 cores with a 12MB cache. Power consumption is at 65W.

At the bottom end of the table we have the Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G a 4 Core process with 8 Threads. 3.8 GHZ Base and 4.0 Max Boost. Graphics run on all 4 cores and a 65W power consumption.

All in All this brings the AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 Series 31% than the competition and 43$ better performance per watt.

AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 4750G8C/16T65WUp to 4.4/3.6 GHz812MB
AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 4750GE8C/16T35WUp to 4.3/3.1 GHz812MB
AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 4650G6C/12T65WUp to 4.2/3.7 GHz711MB
AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 4650GE6C/12T35WUp to 4.2/3.3 GHz711MB
AMD Ryzen™ 3 PRO 4350G4C/8T65WUp to 4.0/3.8 GHz66MB
AMD Ryzen™ 3 PRO 4350GE4C/8T35WUp to 4.0/3.5 GHz66MB
AMD Athlon™ Gold PRO 3150G4C/4T65WUp to 3.9/3.5 GHz36MB
AMD Athlon™ Gold PRO 3150GE4C/4T35WUp to 3.8/3.3 GHz36MB
AMD Athlon™ Silver PRO 3125GE2C/4T35WUp to 3.4/3.4 GHz35MB
Source: AMD
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