AMD’s Ryzen 3 7320U processor, which hasn’t been released yet, was recently featured on a new listing at Userbenchmark. The Ryzen 3 7320U is most likely an old architecture CPU. We are looking at Zen3 or probably even older. The Ryzen 3 7320U has been based on the FT6 socket and comes with a quad-core configuration. These configurations match those on the most recently announced Mendocino which is low power and a low cost APU designed for mobile devices.
This quad-core CPU boasts a base clock speed of 2.4 GHz and has a boost of over 4.1 GHz. The boost is perfectly suited for the kind of low-power market that Mendocino is aiming to target and it doesn’t need to go higher than this. The news of the Zen2 architecture which the Ryzen 7000 APU is based off is surprising us the most. And this is not the first time that AMD is bringing in a mix of different architectures in the same series.
Thanks to a slide that leaked a couple of days ago, we know a few tits and bits about Mendocino. This is where the information on the FT6 socket surfaced. In addition to this, we also heard that the Mendocino would come with two RDNA2 Compute Units. The device ID has us confused, however, since it doesn’t match with any known integrated GPU. As far as the launch is concerned, we are looking at the Q4 this year.
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