A new octa-core AMD Ryzen CPU has been spotted on UserBenchmark by @TUM_APISAK and there’s a great chance that it can be the new AMD’s APU chip. There have been a few fake submissions lately, proving that UserBenchmark can be easily spoofed. The AMD Ryzen 3 3200G and Ryzen 5 3400G (codename Picasso) are the only two members in AMD’s current family of desktop APUs. The pair are still rocking the Zen+ CPU and Vega GPU microarchitectures, and are based on a 12nm process node.
|Model||Cores / Thread||Base / Boost Clock (GHz)||L3 Cache (MB)||Graphics||Compute Units||Graphics Frequency (MHz)||TDP (W)|
|AMD 100-000000149-40_40/30_Y*||8 / 16||3.0 / 3.95||16||?||?||?||?|
|Ryzen 5 3400G||4 / 8||3.7 / 4.2||4||Radeon RX Vega 11||11||1,400||65|
|Ryzen 3 3200G||4 / 4||3.6 / 4.0||4||Radeon Vega 8||8||1,250||65|
UserBenchmark exposed the chip with an eight-core, 16-thread configuration whereas the existing Ryzen 5 3400G checks in at four cores and eight threads. When it comes to clock speeds, UserBenchmark identified the Renoir sample with a 3 GHz base clock and a 3.95 GHz boost clock. We are not sure about the TDP as of now. The APU seemingly scored 86.2% on UserBenchmark, putting it at par with the Ryzen 9 4900H. There is no doubt that Zen 2 will bring interesting things to AMD’s APU lineup