Currently, AMD’s latest desktop processor is the Ryzen 5000 series, which does not contain a nuclear display. According to @momomo_us on Twitter, AMD’s Ryzen 5000G series APU parameters with nuclear display have been exposed, including R3-5300G, R5-5600G, and R7-5700G products.
It can be seen from the cache that the new-generation APU uses the Zen 3 core architecture and has a larger L3 cache. The processor will integrate the AMD Vega GPU core, but the detailed parameters have not been exposed.
The AMD Ryzen 5000G series desktop APU core map has been exposed before, and it is larger than the previous generation product. It is expected to only support PCIe 3.0 channels.
The information of Ryzen 7-5800G shows that this product integrates an enhanced Vega GPU with 8 sets of computing units (CU), including 512 stream processors, 8 rasters (ROP) units, and 8 texture maps ( TMU) unit, the clock frequency is 1800 MHz.
It is also predicted that AMD’s new generation APU is expected to be on sale in the second quarter of 2021.