AMD Ryzen 5 3400G APU with Radeon Vega Graphics Spotted on SiSoftware

AMD is expected to reveal its Ryzen 3000 processors based on the 7nm node this Computex at the end of May. But the Zen 2 chips aren’t the only new products slated for launch from team red’s end. Dr. Lisa Su is also going to unveil the Zen+ based next-gen APU lineup paired with Radeon Vega graphics. Keep in mind that these parts will be based on GF’s 12nm process and won’t leverage the new Zen 2 architecture. We’ve been getting bits of info regarding these APUs from multiple sources and today we have the SiSoftware score for the Ryzen 5 3400G. Just like the Zen+ based Ryzen 2000 lineup, it is roughly 5-10% faster than it’s predecessor, the Ryzen 5 2400G.

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AMD Ryzen 5 3400G

The 3rd Gen APU scores 83 points in the test, with a speed efficiency of 32.66GOPS/GHz, while the older 2400G nets 78 points and 30.37GOPS/GHz. Both the chips quad-core with eight threads and the same cache size, paired with a Radeon Vega GPU, however, the newer product is clocked slightly higher at 3.69GHz. Unlike, Zen 2, the Zen+ cores derive their performance advantage from process refinement that results in higher clocks and lower TDPs.

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  1. I can’t see Intel surviving this onslaught from AMD. I couldn’t be happier. Intel – The Gouger, deserves it and more.

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