Images and specifications for AMD's Picasso Zen+ Ryzen 3 3200G desktop APU leaked
A couple of pictures of supposed AMD desktop APUs have been shared on the Chinese website Chiphell. One of the images (see below) is a close-up of the APU and it is very clear to see the words “Ryzen 3 3200”. In the other photograph, it appears the possessor of the AMD chips has decided to remove the heat spreader of one of the APUs to take a closer look at the processor.
Regardless of the current status of the eight Zen+ Ryzen 3000 series processors the Chiphell poster claims to have, it seems renowned leaker Tum Apisak has come to the rescue to supply some additional specifications to go along with the leaked AMD Ryzen 3 3200G desktop APU. According to Apisak, the upcoming Picasso desktop processor will have four cores/four threads, offer CPU clock rates of 3.6 GHz (base) to 3.9 GHz (boost), and its iGPU will clock at 1,250 MHz – although he did point out these might not be final specifications.
If the details are accurate then it seems the 12nm Zen+ Ryzen 3 3200G isn’t all that different from its predecessor desktop APU: The Raven Ridge Zen-based Ryzen 2 2200G. That model also came with four cores/four threads, clock rates of 3.5-3.7 GHz, and its iGPU (Radeon RX Vega 8) clocks at 1,100 MHz.
Just to be clear, the AMD Ryzen 3 3200G chip mentioned here is a forthcoming second-generation desktop APU from the Picasso Zen+ range of processors; it’s not a member of the vaunted third-generation 7nm Zen 2 Matisse Ryzen 3000 desktop CPU series being released later this year.