New AMD Ryzen 5000G APUs: all the details on 5600G and 5700G processors with integrated Vega GPU

New AMD Ryzen 5000G APUs: all the details on 5600G and 5700G processors with integrated Vega GPU

New AMD Ryzen 5000G APUs

Announced on the occasion of Computex 2021 and already available on the official website, the AMD Ryzen 5000G APUs, or CPUs with integrated graphics, are enriched with two new models, the 6-core and 12-thread AMD Ryzen 5 5600G and the AMD Ryzen 7 5700G with 8 cores and 16 threads, which fit between the spaces left open by the basic lineup. Not surprisingly, in addition to being on sale on the final market and being pre-assembled, they correspond precisely to the holes of the base series that lacks budget options such as the AMD Ryzen 5 5600, the expected heir to one of the best-selling CPUs of recent years, and of the AMD Ryzen 7 5700.

Of course, in this case we are talking about APU with the presence of on-board Vega GPUs therefore more expensive at the start, but still offer some savings compared to the 6 and 8 core models of the AMD Ryzen 5000 series. They give up on 200 MHz of frequency in boost, but gain 200 MHz in terms of the base clock, stopping at a TDP of 65 Watt despite the integrated graphics.

The two top models of the series are designed for the retail desktop market and are therefore not limited to OEM solutions The TDP remains the same for the AMD Ryzen 3 5300G, coming in the future but only with OEM solutions, while it changes with the three GE models, identical to the main models, but designed according to a TDP of 35 W att, useful for compact PCs and low-power solutions.

The two new top models could be very interesting, especially at this time when the purchase of a video card involves significant increases, benefiting from the point of Graphics view of AMD Radeon Boost and AMD Smart Access Memory technologies support. Furthermore we have to put on the plate the upscaling of the AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution which involves some compromises, but offers an excellent ratio between performance increase and decrease in detail, making it particularly useful with solutions that travel on the edge of 1080p.

However, with the arrival of integrated graphics, the PCIe 4.0 interface disappears. But the PCIe 3.0 standard is more than enough for the type of configurations these new processors are aimed at which are fully compatible with all motherboards of the AMD 400, AMD 500 series and, of course, with the new X570S models optimized for not having more need for active dissipation. We talk about it at the end of the piece but first we put all the details on the new AMD Ryzen 5000G APUs in black and white. Finally, take into account that we expect a high initial demand that could make it difficult to get the CPUs from the AMD site and put us in front of us. at significant surcharges when they become available at retailers. ! function () {"use strict"; window.addEventListener ("message", (function (e) {if (void 0! == ["datawrapper-height"]) {var t = document.querySelectorAll ( "iframe"); for (var a in ["datawrapper-height"]) for (var r = 0; r

AMD Ryzen 5 5600G

Not exactly cheap, but still interesting from the point of view of the price AMD this time left us without an AMD Ryzen 5 5600, depriving us of a very popular option in the past, given the combination of savings and the possibility of reaching the performance of the same model X with a pinch of overclocking. Hence, this new AMD Ryzen 5 5600G falls flat, which comes on the market with 50 euros more in price than the AMD Ryzen 5 3600 at the release and with 30 euros less than the Ryzen 5 5600X The recommended price is in fact of 268.58 euros which will probably drop, after a short time, below the 250 euros.

The AMD Vega 7 GPU, equipped with 7 compute units, cannot work miracles in the field. gami ng, also because it renounces 4 compute units compared to the graphics chip equipped by the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G. But it is still more performing thanks to a frequency that rises by 500 MHz, reaching 1.9 GHz, and thanks to the CPU which in this case has 6 cores and 12 threads, pushed to 3.9 GHz base and 4.4 GHz in boost, as well that of the increase in performance of the Zen 3 architecture, which was decidedly marked also in the case of video games. It also benefits from 16 MB of L3 cache, compared to 4 MB of previous models, and native support for 3200 MHz memories, already capable of giving a good boost to Ryzen processors without costing a fortune, although memories at 3600 or more. MHz can still guarantee further performance increases.

Zen architecture guarantees a clear leap in single core performance Without needing to go that high however, the AMD Ryzen 5 5600G promises to run Assassin's Creed Odyssey in 1080p at 33 frames per second, obviously with settings to a minimum. The same ones that should allow, according to AMD benchmarks, to play Exodus at 44 FPS, Sid Meier's Civilization VI at 79 FPS and Counter-Strike at 125 FPS, with a significant increase compared to the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G. We are around 10% average performance gain. The issue is different with the most CPU-constrained titles such as Fortnite, which runs with 25% more frames reaching 98, and League of Legends that shoots from 107 to 184 FPS, traveling at 72% more speed.

The merit is obviously of the processor. It is no coincidence that in 3DMark Time Spy the advantage over the AMD Ryzen 5 3400G is just 4 percentage points, while it rises to 1.39 times in the case of PCMark 10 and Cinebench R20 in single thread mode. We also note the enhancement of the architecture due to the 2 cores and 4 more threads in Cinebench R20 multi-thread, with double the performance achieved compared to the 3000 series model.

AMD Ryzen data sheet 5 5600G

CPU: Zen 3 7 nanometer Core / Thread: 6/12 Cache: L3 16 MB, total 19 MB Frequencies: 3.9 GHz base, 4.4 GHz boost Integrated GPU: AMD Radeon Vega Compute unit number: 7 GPU frequency: 1.9 GHz TDP: 65 Watt Interface: PCIe 3.0 Heatsink included: Wraith Stealth Memory support: DDR4 3200 MHz Price: € 268.58

AMD Ryzen 7 5700G

Unlike the octa-cores of the base lineup, the AMD Ryzen 7 5700G includes a stock cooler The flagship model of the new series of AMD APUs, AMD Ryzen 7 5700G, equips 8 cores and 16 threads, guaranteeing more raw power compared to the previous one, and with the AMD Radeon Vega 8 adds a graphics compute unit to the package. In fact, it equips a version of the Vega chip that has eight computational units, in addition to traveling at 100 MHz of frequency more that bring the total to 2 GHz of round clock. The L3 cache, on the other hand, is still 16 MB, but the overall cache rises to 20 MB due to the increase in cores compared to the AMD Ryzen 5 5600G.

There is a lowering of the base frequency, which drops to 3.9 GHz, but which does not brake the boost frequency which goes up to 4.6 GHz, promising a further increase in games sensitive to the single thread capabilities of the CPU.

Removed the CPU brake thanks to the Zen 3 architecture, in some games the performance increase is very high. this option a budget alternative. However, we are talking about about 43 euros less than the AMD Ryzen 5 5800X while including a heatsink, guaranteeing lower consumption despite the on-board GPU and putting higher overclocking margins on the plate. Also in this case we could therefore find ourselves facing an attractive alternative regardless of the integrated GPU which, we have said, is more thrust but it is still an 8 compute unit Radeon Vega that certainly cannot work miracles.

According to the AMD benchmarks, in Counter-Strike: GO the increase compared to the AMD Ryzen 5 5600G is just 1.6 percentage points and is nil in the case of Fortnite, which still runs at 98 FPS, but rises to 4.5% in Metro Exodus, it goes up to 6% in Sid Meier's Civilization VI and up to 8% in League of Legends, which is more CPU sensitive than other titles. On the other hand we are talking about 2 more cores, each with 2 threads, which in the synthetic benchmarks translate into almost triple performance in Cinebench R20 in multithread, compared to the AMD Ryzen 3400G. An imperious leap that corresponds to net increases even in single thread. In this case, the difference compared to the AMD Ryzen 5 5600G is not dramatic, but as we have seen, it guarantees advantages even in some games.

AMD Ryzen 7 5700G data sheet

CPU: Zen 3 7 nanometer Core / Thread: 8/16 Cache: L3 16 MB, total 20 MB Frequencies: 3.8 GHz base, 4.6 GHz boost Integrated GPU: AMD Radeon Vega Compute unit number: 8 GPU frequency: 2.0 GHz TDP: 65 Watt Interface: PCIe 3.0 Heatsink included: Wraith Stealth Memory support: DDR4 3200 MHz Price: € 372.28

The new motherboards AMD X570S

The block of the chipset of the ASRock X570S Riptide with passive dissipation In the meantime AMD has given birth to the new X570S motherboards that do not involve any revolution, but could be interesting for those who intend to assemble a very quiet system. In fact, they enjoy chipset-related optimizations that take away the active ventilation typical of the vast majority of X570s. Hence precisely the S of the name that stands for Silent.

Removing the fan also reduces the risk of mechanical malfunctions, but it is clearly a secondary modification that nothing has changed in the motherboard landscape AMD. However, manufacturers have taken the opportunity to put new high-end models on the market, where the elimination of the noise of a fan can become a plus.

We are talking about cards like the ASRock X570 PG Riptide, the ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII, the ASUS ROG Strix X570 and the flagship GIGABYTE AORUS: the GIGABYTE X570S AORUS Master, the AORUS Pro AX and the AORUS X570S Aero G which replaces the Vision model. And we expect the same from MSI which will present its lineup on August 17.

However, the optimizations of the X570S chipset won't extend to cheaper models in the future.

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