Pictured AMD Ryzen 7 5700G shows great CPU performance gains over Ryzen 7 4700G but has its style cramped by lower-clocked Vega 8 iGPU
It appears AMD is getting closer to unleashing the Ryzen 5000G Cezanne desktop APUs onto the market, with another sample appearing on various benchmarks. This time, a live image of the Ryzen 7 5700G and some benchmark data was shared on the Chiphell forum (via VideoCardz), and the Cezanne processor offered up a few revelations about its specifications and expected performance. For instance, a GPU-Z scan confirmed the presence of the Radeon Vega 8 Graphics in the AMD Ryzen 7 5700G.
The GPU details state a configuration of 512:32:8 (unified shaders/texture mapping units/ROPs) for the Vega 8 in the Ryzen 7 5700G, which is the same found in the Ryzen 7 4700G’s iGPU. However, while the Renoir chip’s Vega 8 has a base clock rate of 2.1 GHz, the newer Cezanne SKU’s graphics processor is measured at 2.0 GHz. The CPU part of the Ryzen 5000G desktop APU is not a disappointment though, as it is recorded amassing 631.3 points (single thread) and 6,782 points (multithread) on CPU-Z.
In terms of percentage gains, these scores place the AMD Ryzen 7 5700G at +16.69% ahead in single-thread processing and +16.78% up in multi-thread testing over its Renoir predecessor. It’s not yet known whether the Ryzen 5000G Cezanne chips will be OEM only or made available for official public purchase, although samples have already turned up on eBay. Even if the Vega 8 iGPU ends up being something of a damp squib, the Ryzen 5000G desktop APUs should still be attractive options for those who are seeking (or building) a budget gaming PC.