While there is no official date, only a quarter one launch rumor set for the new Ryzen 5000G APUs, we are starting to see more and more leaks on performance surfacing. The Ryzen 7 Pro 5750G first popped into our screens with CPU-Z screenshots along with it. For those that are unaware, AMD is preparing to bring their APUs into the Cezanne family. These chips are going to be based on the same Zen 3 architecture that led to the success of the new Ryzen 5000 series processors and is likely to offer a huge leap forward over the previous gen.
This latest sighting gives us hope and potentially indicates the launch isn’t so far away. At this point, we still don’t know whether these APUs are going to be exclusively for OEMs again or available as the new king of budget graphics.
The Ryzen 7 Pro 5750G is the direct replacement for the 4750G and the “Pro” version of the other Cezanne chip – the Ryzen 7 5700G. The aforementioned leak shows that the 5750G will be getting twice the L3 cache of the older model, with the L2 cache remaining the same at 4MB. The core/thread count is looking likely to be the same as the 4750G, with eight cores and 16 threads. The base clock speed could potentially be higher than the older model at 3.8GHz and is rumored to have a default boost clock of up to 4.4GHz. That being said, the APU in question allegedly hit 4.8GHz on all cores, so only time will tell but it is safe to say there is a significant boost in power coming to laptops.
AMD is yet to announce the release date of the 5750G just yet but it has to be around the corner. We are still firmly in quarter one of 2021, so we are expecting, at the very least, an announcement of the new APUs soon. Hopefully, the announcement will cover whether or not these are going to be exclusively OEM or not too but now it is simply just a waiting game.
Whenever the Ryzen 7 5000G processors come out, if they feature for desktop, they should offer the budget-focused builder a bit more bang for their buck.