AMD’s Ryzen 5000G series APU lineup leaks – Cezanne’s coming to desktop

AMD's Ryzen 5000G series APU lineup leaks - Cezanne's coming to desktop

AMD’s Ryzen 5000G series APU lineup leaks – Cezanne’s coming to desktop

Thanks to @momomo_us, the specifications of AMD’s Ryzen 5000G series of desktop APUs have leaked onto the web, revealing three new CPU models, the Ryzen 7 5700G, the Ryzen 5 5600G and the Ryzen 3 5300G. These CPUs will feature eight cores, six cores and four cores respectively. 

All three of these processors appear to utilise AMD’s Cezanne silicon, which features AMD’s Zen 3 CPU architecture and a refined version of AMD’s Vega graphics architecture. You can tell that this CPU uses Cezanne silicon because AMD’s Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 models feature 16MB of L3 cache, two times as much cache as AMD’s last-generation Renoir processors. 

All AMD’s Cezanne-based Ryzen 5000G series processors feature a 200MHz increase in base/boost clock speed over their Ryzen 4000-series counterparts. When combined with Cezanne’s larger L3 cache and its use of AMD’s Zen 3 architecture, Ryzen 5000G CPU users can expect a significant performance uplift over AMD’s last-generation G-series CPUs. 

Sadly, the iGPU specifications of AMD’s Ryzen 5000G series processors remain unknown, or if AMD plans to release the Ryzen 5000G series as a retail product. AMD’s Ryzen 4000G series of desktop CPUs were exclusive to OEMs and System Integrators, though today’s GPU shortage may give AMD a strong reason to launch new Ryzen G-series processors to the DIY PC market. Integrated graphics will be a useful stop-gap solution for many PC gamers until GPUs return to store shelves and pricing returns to normal levels.  

Below are the known specifications of AMD’s Ryzen 5000G series of processors.  

  

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AMD's Ryzen 5000G series APU lineup leaks - Cezanne's coming to desktop