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ASUS lists support for unannounced 2400GE and 2200GE APUs - Low Power Raven Ridge

Low Power Raven Ridge incoming?

ASUS lists support for unannounced 2400GE and 2200GE APUs - Low Power Raven Ridge

ASUS lists support for unannounced 2400GE and 2200GE APUs - Low Power Raven Ridge

AMD has officially launched their new Raven Ridge platform, offering new Ryzen CPUs both higher stock clock speeds, improved core boost technology and a powerful Vega integrated graphics unit.

This new series launches with AMD's Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G, but now it looks like AMD has more Ryzen APUs on the horizon, with ASUS listing E-series variants of these new APUs that offer lower power operation. These new low-power APUs are the Ryzen 3 2200GE and the Ryzen 5 2400GE, delivering the same basic specifications as their non-E series counterparts but with lower core clock speeds and a lower 35W TDP. 

Right now only the core clock speeds of these new APUs are known, with the Ryzen 3 2200GE offering a core clock speed of 3.2 GHz while the Ryzen 5 2400GE also offers core clock speeds of 3.2 GHz, clock speed reduction of 300MHz and 400MHz when compared to their non-E counterparts respectively. 

 

ASUS lists support for unannounced 2400GE and 2200GE APUs - Low Power Raven Ridge  

These new E-series units are expected to ship with lower prices than their high-performance counterparts, though at this time AMD has not officially revealed either of these new low-power APUs. 

You can join the discussion on ASUS' reveal of Ryzen 2000GE series APUs on the OC3D Forums

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12-02-2018, 08:52:41

AlienALX
Why is it that every piece of information for computer hardware is always a leak or an accident? Or do they just do that to make people get excited?Quote

12-02-2018, 11:22:15

cj09bruno
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
Why is it that every piece of information for computer hardware is always a leak or an accident? Or do they just do that to make people get excited?
its a bit of both, in some cases they will run benchmarks that they know upload the result online so that we find it and get excited, benchs like 3dmark to that,Quote
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