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3dmark listings amd ryzen pro 4750g 4650g 4350g apus

It seems that AMD has launched more processors than we previously expected. This time, the landmark of the PRO segment has been detected. These benchmarks were discovered by _rogame and TUM_APISAK (no surprise!) They showed a list of these CPUs in the 3DMark database.

Initially, we only knew three different Ryzen 4000 PRO APUs. They are expected to be Ryzen 7 PRO 4700G, Ryzen 5 PRO 4400G and Ryzen 3 PRO 4200G. However, the names of some SKUs seem to have changed slightly. Information

published by Igor Lab mentions rumors that AMD may change the naming scheme of most Ryzen 4000 Renoir processors. Now Ryzen 7 PRO 4700G is expected to become Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G, just like other processors. 4400G can become 4650G and 4200G can be called 4350G.

Overall, these don't seem like the final version of the APU we're about to release, but they're close enough to give us a good idea of what to expect. Some people suggest that the GPU performance still needs further optimization, but the CPU performance is almost double what we see in the existing Ryzen 3000 desktop APU.

The following image gives us a good understanding of the expected effects of these three Ryzen PRO processors.

Also, the leak shown by _rogame shows that the Ryzen 7 PRO 4750 is running at the original clock and the same processor is also overclocked to 4.5 GHz. The image also shows that the graphics chip has been overclocked to a speed of 2.4 GHz These overclocks improved the physical and graphics benchmarks by approximately 12%.

The names of these APUs appear to have been thought of. Let's take a look at AMD's current line of Ryzen 4000 "Renoir" desktop APUs. The last three processors on the

desktop are the processors that we have already mentioned in this article. These are also the three processors for which we have some performance information, provided by the 3DMark leaks. The

name change seems to be to better distinguish the gap between the PRO and the standard APU, especially the similar naming of the four different parts.

We have not yet confirmed the release date for this 4000 series APU. Some sources are pointing to a late July release date, but it seems like we have to wait and see.

We will pay close attention to more news, benchmarks and details of these upcoming Ryzen PRO APUs, and provide you with the latest information. Make sure to keep checking to find the latest news when it happens.

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