AMD seems to have no intention of slowing down. While we wait for the full rollout of the 4000-series chips, we have already started getting leaks about the 5000 series Ryzen chips. A Mobility version chip of the AMD Ryzen 5000 chips, codenamed Cezanne, have now been spotted.
The leak was spotted by Rogame, and comes from an entry in the Sisoftware database. The APU which belongs to the Celadon CZN Renoir platform was spotted as a benchmark entry. The chip has 8 COmpute Units based on a new version of the Vega architecture. Each unit comes with 64 stream processors, tallying the total to 512. Take a look:
It’s clocked a 100 MHz higher than the current Renoir 4000 series APUs. The Vega GPU is clocked at 1850 MHz. GPU performance is expected to increase with this new enhanced Vega setup. The clock speeds may vary by a considerable amount on the final release version since it is quite far away from now. We could see a potential release in 2021 or 2022.
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