SANTA CLARA, Calif., July 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, AMD (NASDAQ: AMD) announced the world’s first and most advanced1 7nm x86 desktop processors with built-in graphics for consumer and commercial PC markets2. The AMD Ryzen™ 4000 Series Desktop Processors with Radeon™ Graphics and the AMD Athlon™ 3000 Series Desktop Processors with Radeon™ Graphics feature the most advanced processor core technology1 on the market combined with the best graphics performance available in a desktop processor2.
The new AMD Ryzen™ 4000 G-Series Desktop Processors deliver impressive generational leaps in performance3 and amazing power efficiency for consumers, gamers, streamers and creators. Built for modern business PCs, AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Desktop Processors with PRO technologies offer enterprise-class solutions, advanced technology and multi-layered security features. Ryzen 4000 Series Desktop Processors are built on the industry-leading 7nm process and “Zen 2” core architecture, offering unmatched user experiences and power efficiency in the state-of-the art AMD socket AM4 platform.
“AMD is dedicated to continuously pushing the boundaries of processing power and graphics performance to deliver amazing PC experiences for all customers, from mainstream PC users, to gamers, streamers and enterprise users,” said Saeid Moshkelani, senior vice president and general manager, client business unit, AMD. “Today, in association with our longstanding PC partners, we are excited to launch the AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Desktop Processors. The ultimate desktop processors with built-in graphics delivering amazing performance for work or play.”
AMD Ryzen 4000 G-Series Desktop Processors with AMD Radeon Graphics
With responsive performance and flawless visuals with Radeon graphics built-in, consumers can now enjoy enthusiast-level performance for gaming and content creation in AMD Ryzen 4000 G-Series processor powered pre-built desktops without the need for a discrete graphics card. Additionally, the new AMD Athlon™ 3000 G-Series Desktop Processors provide responsive performance and modern features for entry-level PCs using the same “Zen” core architecture and built-in Radeon graphics as the high-performance AMD Ryzen Desktop Processor family.
The AMD Ryzen™ 4700G Desktop Processor offers:
- Up to 2.5X multi-threaded performance compared to previous generation5
- Up to 5% greater single-thread performance than the Intel Core i7-9700 6
- Up to 31% greater multithreaded performance than the Intel Core i7-9700 7
- Up to 202% better graphics performance than the Intel Core i7-9700 8
|GPU CORES||CACHE (MB)|
|AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700G||8C/16T||65W||Up to 4.4 / 3.6 GHz||8||12 MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 7 4700GE||8C/16T||35W||Up to 4.3 / 3.1 GHz||8||12 MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 4600G||6C/12T||65W||Up to 4.2 / 3.7 GHz||7||11 MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 4600GE||6C/12T||35W||Up to 4.2 / 3.3 GHz||7||11 MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 3 4300G||4C/8T||65W||Up to 4.0 / 3.8 GHz||6||6 MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 3 4300GE||4C/8T||35W||Up to 4.0 / 3.5 GHz||6||6 MB|
|Athlon™ Gold 3150G||4C / 4T||65W||3.9 GHz||3||6 MB|
|Athlon™ Gold 3150GE||4C / 4T||35W||3.8 GHz||3||6 MB|
|Athlon™ Silver 3050GE||2C / 4T||35W||3.4 GHz||3||5 MB|
AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Desktop Processors with PRO technologies
Built for the modern business environment, the new AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 Series and AMD Athlon PRO 3000 Series Desktop Processors offer a new standard for modern business PCs. Featuring advanced performance and modern security features with layers of protection, they are designed to keep up with today’s fast-paced, remote work business environments. With security features such as AMD Memory Guard and AMD Secure Processor alongside seamless manageability features, businesses can rest assured AMD-powered systems are easy to administer on an enterprise-level scale and deliver reliable security features.
The AMD Ryzen PRO 4000 Series Desktop Processors offer:
- Up to 31% faster performance than the competition9
- Up to 43% more performance per watt than the competition10
BASE FREQ. (GHz)
|AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 4750G||8C/16T||65W||Up to 4.4/3.6 GHz||8||12MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 7 PRO 4750GE||8C/16T||35W||Up to 4.3/3.1 GHz||8||12MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 4650G||6C/12T||65W||Up to 4.2/3.7 GHz||7||11MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 PRO 4650GE||6C/12T||35W||Up to 4.2/3.3 GHz||7||11MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 3 PRO 4350G||4C/8T||65W||Up to 4.0/3.8 GHz||6||6MB|
|AMD Ryzen™ 3 PRO 4350GE||4C/8T||35W||Up to 4.0/3.5 GHz||6||6MB|
|AMD Athlon™ Gold PRO 3150G||4C/4T||65W||Up to 3.9/3.5 GHz||3||6MB|
|AMD Athlon™ Gold PRO 3150GE||4C/4T||35W||Up to 3.8/3.3 GHz||3||6MB|
|AMD Athlon™ Silver PRO 3125GE||2C/4T||35W||Up to 3.4/3.4 GHz||3||5MB|
“Both our consumer and commercial customers expect PCs that deliver a blend of best-in-class performance and value,” said Mike Nash, chief technologist and head of Customer Experience and Portfolio Strategy, HP Inc. “HP offers a comprehensive AMD portfolio that offers incredible processing power and best-in-class integrated graphics across our consumer and gaming PCs as well as flexible functionality and enterprise-grade security in our commercial PCs to keep business users productive everywhere.”
“At Lenovo™, we are always listening to our customers’ pain points for new opportunities to transform how they feel about the PC desktop experience,” said Dilip Bhatia, Chief Customer Experience Officer at Lenovo. “Our IdeaCentre™ and ThinkCentre™ series serve our widest range of consumer and commercial customers for a reason, every desktop user wants smoother performance, more storage for files, and reliable graphics whether they’re working from home or at the office—but they also want sleek style. By bringing the speed of next-level AMD Ryzen Desktop Processors to our unique and more compact designs in several form factors, we are delivering more choice for better experiences without sacrificing style. The upgraded Lenovo IdeaCentre 5 with soft textured slide design is powered by AMD Ryzen 4700G Desktop Processor with Radeon Graphics options to provide the speed you need for premium entertainment and productivity tasks, while running cool and quiet. Featuring Ryzen PRO 4000 Series Desktop Processors, the Lenovo ThinkCentre M75t, M75s and M75q business PCs will be updated later this fall. The new desktops provide the flexibility of different form factors with layers of modern security features and manageability solutions for simpler deployment and IT management.”
The Ryzen 4000 G-Series Desktop Processors are expected to be available in systems from OEM partners including Lenovo and HP starting in Q3 2020. The Ryzen PRO 4000 Series Desktop Processors will be available from SIs at launch on July 21st and are expected in systems from OEM partners starting later this fall. The Ryzen 4000 G-Series, Athlon 3000 G-Series, Ryzen PRO 4000 Series and Athlon PRO 3000 Series Desktop Processors are exclusively available from SIs and OEM partners.
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"Zen 2” is a codename for AMD architecture, and is not a product name. GD-122
1 Advanced ' is defined as 7nm process technology and AMD "Zen 2" core as of April 7th, 2020. RZG2-1
2 Based on AMD Labs testing May 2020 using the 3D Mark TimeSpy benchmark to measure the graphics performance of the
Ryzen 7 4700G, Ryzen 5 4600G, and Ryzen 3 4300G desktop processors vs. the Core i7-9700, Core i5-9400, and Core i3-9100 Intel desktop processors. Performance may vary. 3DMark is a registered trademark of Futuremark Corporation. RZG2-2
3 Based on AMD Labs testing May 2020 using the Cinebench R20 nT benchmark to measure the multi-thread performance of the Ryzen 7 4700G, Ryzen 5 4600G, and Ryzen 3 4300G desktop processors vs. the Ryzen 5 3400G, and Ryzen 3 3200G. Performance will vary. RGZ2-3
4 Based on AMD Labs testing in June 2020, comparing the Ryzen 7, 4700G, Ryzen 5 4600G, and Ryzen 3 4300G to the Core i7-9700, Core i5-9500, and Core i3-9100, respectively, using the Cinebench R20 nT and R20 1T to measure CPU performance, and the 3DMark Timespy benchmark to measure GPU performance. Performance may vary. 3DMark is a registered trademark of Futuremark Corporation. RZG2-56
5 Based on AMD Labs testing May 2020 using the Cinebench R20 nT benchmark to measure the multi-thread performance of the Ryzen 7 4700G, Ryzen 5 4600G, and Ryzen 3 4300G desktop processors vs. the Ryzen 5 3400G, and Ryzen 3 3200G. Performance will vary. RZG2-3
6 Based on testing by AMD performance labs on 6.9.20 using the Cinebench R20 1T benchmark. Performance may vary. RZG2-6.
7 Based on testing by AMD performance labs on 6.9.20 using the Cinebench R20 nT benchmark. Performance may vary. RZG2-6.
8 Based on testing by AMD performance labs on 6.9.20 using the 3DMark Time Spy benchmark test. Performance may vary. 3DMark is a trademark of Futuremark Corporation. RZG2-9.
9 Max boost for AMD Ryzen Processors is the maximum frequency achievable by a single core on the processor running a bursty single-threaded workload. Max boost will vary based on several factors, including, but not limited to: thermal paste; system cooling; motherboard design and BIOS; the latest AMD chipset driver; and the latest OS updates. GD-150
10 As of 4/9/2020. Testing by AMD Labs using the Cinebench R20 nT benchmark to test the multi-threaded performance of the Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G versus the Core i7-9700 vPro. Results may vary. RPD-06
11 As of 5/8/20. Testing by AMD Labs using the Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G vs Intel Core i7-9700 vPro in the Cinebench R20nT benchmark test: Performance per Watt based on Cinebench R20nT points delivered per watt of system power consumption during test. Results may vary. RPD-07