In conjunction with CES 2021, AMD lifted the curtain for the Ryzen 5000 series “Cezanne” for portable use. With the Zen 3 architecture, the promise is world-class performance and battery life that can match Intel’s latest processor family Tiger Lake. Now there are more and more indications that a launch for desktops is imminent.
A user in Chinese the Chiphell forum publishes a screenshot of the not yet launched Ryzen 7 Pro 5750G, where the designation Pro means that it is aimed at companies. True to tradition, AMD should also launch a completely identical model for consumers without Pro branding. The model is based on the circuit “Cezanne” in its full-featured version with 8 cores Zen 3, 16 wires and 16 MB L3 cache. This is probably flanked by integrated Vega 8 graphics with clock frequencies north of 2,000 MHz.
As for the processor’s clock frequencies, its base level is not clear, but at a multi-wire load, the specimen reaches 4.05 GHz and with only one core, the model tops 4.75 GHz. The post also does not state what frequency the internal Infinity Fabric bus is on for the model, but that some engineering examples (ES) should run it at 2,500 MHz. This can be compared to significantly lower 1,800 MHz for the Ryzen 5000 series “Vermeer” without integrated graphics part.
In conclusion, the user writes that the Ryzen 7 Pro 5750G may never reach the store shelves, which was also the case with the Ryzen 4000 series “Renoir” which only became available to computer manufacturers (OEMs). That would continue to mean that enthusiasts who want an AMD processor with integrated graphics will have to lean towards the Ryzen 3000 series “Picasso” which houses four cores of the now obsolete architecture Zen +.
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Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.
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