As AMD is set to release its 2000-Ryzen series which will be offering new Built-in Vega Graphics with improved clock speeds when compared to their older Ryzen processors.

Recently these CPUs have been pictured in China. A Chinese forum “Baidu” showcased two new processors alongside with their stock Wraith Stealth cooler. It is expected that AMD launch these new CPUs with similar price tag to their last generation lineup. These CPUs will be available with higher clock speeds, IPC (improved precision boost) technology and a quite powerful integrated GPU. The memory controllers are also upgraded on these processors and will be providing higher DRAM frequencies than the previous lineup.

 SpecificationsRyzen 3 1200Ryzen 3 2200GRyzen 5 1400Ryzen 5 2400G
CPU SocketAM4AM4AM4AM4
Manufacturing Process14nm14nm14nm14nm
Cores/Threads4/44/44/84/8
CPU Base Clock3.1GHz3.5GHz3.2GHz3.6GHz
CPU Boost Clock3.4GHz3.7GHz3.4GHz3.9GHz
L2 Cache2MB2MB2MB2MB
L3 Cache8MBUnknown8MBUnknown
Memory Support (Dual Channel)2667MHz2933MHz2667MHz2933MHz
TDP65W45-65W65W45-65W
iGPUVegaVega
iGPU Stream Processors512704
iGPU Clock Speed1100MHz1250MHz
Included HeatsinkWraith StealthWraith StealthWraith StealthWraith Stealth
MSRP $99$99 $149$169

 

AMD Ryzen 2400G
AMD Ryzen 2200G
Wraith Stealth Cooler

The upcoming Ryzen lineup will use the same AM4 socket which was previously used in the previous counterparts and most AM4 motherboards will require a BIOS update to support this new processors. The CPU and GPU of this APU are overclock-able which will allow the user to achieve maximum performance.

AMD Ryzen 2000 series will be releasing on 12nd February, it is to be noted that these APUs are not using AMD’s Ryzen 2nd Generation (Zen+) architecture and being built on same 14nm architecture.

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