AMD’s Ryzen 7 4700G, the rumored to quickly be incoming ‘Renoir’ APU, has experienced a benchmark leaked which allegedly takes advantage of the ultimate creation edition of the chip – and it retains tempo with the Ryzen 7 3800X when using a lot significantly less electric power.

As we’ve seen in previous rumors, this is an eight-main design (with sixteen-threads) with a base clock of 3.6GHz (we even obtained a purported glimpse of the chip a couple of months back again).

The newest spillage highlighted by Wccftech will come from ITCooker (via Xfastest HK unit), and as outlined is reportedly a benchmark of the concluded edition of the Ryzen 7 4700G (which is the 1st AMD desktop APU to carry the Ryzen 7 branding).

In Cinebench R20 multi-main the 4700G managed to attain a CPU score of five,102 and in Cinebench R15 the CPU hit 2,168 details. Comparing to the existing Ryzen 7 3800X processor, that design scores about five,000 and 2,100 in individuals benchmarks respectively, so the general performance degrees are about equal listed here.

AMD Ryzen 7 4700G leak

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Of study course, we do have to bear in mind that this is just a single benchmark – and a leak which we just cannot be absolutely sure is genuine – but bearing these caveats in mind, this certainly appears to be to be an impressive general performance taking into consideration that the 4700G operates with a 65W TDP, when compared to the 95W electric power use of the 3800X (practically 50{36a394957233d72e39ae9c6059652940c987f134ee85c6741bc5f1e7246491e6} much more).

We heard back again in Might that it should not be lengthy before Ryzen 4000 Renoir APUs are on cabinets, and without a doubt the newest from the CPU grapevine is that they will start in the coming month.

Only then will we be capable to be absolutely sure of the general performance degrees supplied by these chips, when we get them in for testing.