AMD’s 8 Core Ryzen 7 4700G APU Pictured

While we’ve been hearing about this APU in a fair few leaks over the last couple of months, up until now we haven’t seen a picture of it. This high-performance APU is apparently the final version of this chip which means it might not be too long until we see the Renoir AM4 in stores.

The picture was originally shown on and shows the chip with an OPN code of 100-000000146.

What to Expect With AMD Ryzen 7 4700G

When it releases, the AMD Ryzen 7 4700G will be an AMD Renoir processor based on the Zen 2 architecture. With the current generation based on the “Picasso” silicon, this new CPU will be able to offer higher clock speeds for both the CPU and GPU cores.

However, although we’ll see an upgraded amount of cores, these processors will offer up to eight Compute Units whereas the previous generation went up to 11. AMD has stated that although there will be fewer CUs, the graphics performance will still be an improvement due to the optimizations that have been made – one of which being the GPU clock speed.

OPN List of AMD Renoir Desktop Processors Shown

A leak from igor’sLAB earlier this week showed an OPN list of all of the AMD Renoir desktop processors. On this list, we can also see that the AMD Ryzen 7 4700G makes an appearance with the exact same OPN code of 100-000000146.

This shows the chip to have a base clock of 3.6 GHz, a boost clock of around 4.4 GHz and a GPU clock of 2100 MHz. These specifications look to set the Ryzen 7 4700G up against the Intel Core i7-10700 processor which was recently announced. Both chips have 8 cores and 16 threads with a TDP of 65 W.

We’ll have to wait for some more leaks or real-world benchmarks before we can get an idea of the performance of these two chips though. For now, we’ll have to make do with the statistics.

If we hear any more news concerning these upcoming Renoir processors we’ll be sure to let you know. Be sure to check back often to catch all the latest news.

1 thought on “AMD’s 8 Core Ryzen 7 4700G APU Pictured”

  1. Rog

    I purchased a new itx B550 motherboard some time ago and have been waiting to build a sff htpc but can’t purchase a new Ryzen 7 4700 apu to fit in it? So come on AMD you need to sort things out for your loyal customers and release this apu to retail ASAP as you have not allowed use of the previous gen Ryzen 5 3400G apu (which I have) in these new B550 chipset motherboards? Stupid or cunning move on AMD’s part sell new B550 chipsets but then only release apu’s that will work with them to OEM’s!! go figure that out!!
    Unhappy customer.

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