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AMD Ryzen 8000G APU specs confirmed by Asus and ASRock

Both Asus and ASRock have shared – presumably prematurely – more details about AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 8000G APUs. On the one hand, Asus lists six new SKUs on the support page of a B650 motherboard. This list includes the Ryzen 7 8700G, which can also be seen in a screenshot shared by ASRock. The manufacturer wants to prove that its motherboards are also capable of supporting 256 GB of DDR5 memory on a single platform.

Processor Cores/Threads L3 cache Basic clock speed TDP
Ryzen 3 8300G 4/8 8MB 3.45GHz 65 W
Ryzen 3 Pro 8300G 4/8 8MB 3.45GHz 65 W
Ryzen 5 8500G 6/12 16MB 3.35GHz 65 W
Ryzen 5 Pro 8500G 8/16? 16MB 3.55GHz 65 W
Ryzen 5 8600G 6/12 16MB 4.35GHz 65 W
Ryzen 7 8700G 8/16 16MB 4.2GHz 65 W

It is not officially known to what extent these chips use Zen 4 and Zen 4c cores. Both the 8500G and the 8300G would have both types.

The table above lists all the new models mentioned on the Asus website. The information matches the rumors, with the exception of the Ryzen 5 Pro 8500G. This chip is said to have 8 cores on board, which is probably a spelling error. The Ryzen 3 8300G (Pro) has 4 cores, followed by 6 cores for the Ryzen 5 8500G and 8600G and 8 for the Ryzen 7 8700G. The latter is depicted in the screenshot below.


The 8700G features the Radeon 780M, which has up to 12 RDNA 3-based compute units.

In addition, the Twitterer HXL has made a striking observation: in the Asus list, B2 is mentioned for every model, which indicates the use of the recently unveiled Hawk Point. The integrated NPU of the Ryzen 8040 line is 60% more powerful than that of its predecessor, which means that these APUs could be an interesting option for accelerating AI-related workloads.

Sources: Asus, ASRock, Momomo_us (Twitter), HXL (Twitter), Videocardz

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