The AMD Ryzen 7 5700G APU Is Soon Generally Available

Source: TechSpot The AMD Ryzen 7 5700G APU Is Soon Generally Available

OEM No Longer AS Of August

When we first discussed the new Ryzen 3 based Ryzen 7 5700G APU it was an OEM only part, though we expected it would find it’s way onto the retail market.  It is scheduled for release some time in August, hopefully remaining in stock long enough for those that want on to be able to pick on up.  Its contains Vega 8 GPUs and due the non-chiplet design of the mobile Cezanne die something had to go, in this case it was half the L3 cache which reduces the total to 16MB.

That cache reduction shows in the benchmarks done with a discrete GPU installed, which is worth keeping in mind if you planned on using this chip in a new build that will one day have a GPU installed in it.  When you look at the performance of just the iGPU, it does stomp all over Intel’s i7-11700 however you aren’t going to be enjoying AAA titles at 1080p.  The performance is quite comparable to the old Radeon RX 550, so if you drop every option to low you will get a playable result in some, but not all games.

The results are up for your perusal at TechSpot.

The Ryzen 7 5700G is an 8-core, 16-thread processor based on the Zen 3 architecture. It used to be OEM only but it's now landing on retail as well, sporting Radeon integrated graphics. So is it any good?

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  1. razor512

    For the 5700g, has anyone tried using PBO to increase the power limit. The stock power limits are significantly lower than the 5800x while having the same number of cores in addition to a GPU.

    How much performance is being left on the table due to the significantly lower power limit?

  2. Operandi

    Two take aways…

    1. Its simply overpriced for how much it losses to the 5800x.

    2. I thought Intel was closing the gap with AMD with their iGPU? Certainly not the case here AMD destroys Intel still in the graphics department.

    • Dave

      Why would Intel want to compete in a DEAD end GPU market. Only fools play in that section. A 10400f with a decent GPU absolutely MASSACRES this overpriced WASTE OF SAND in any gaming challenge

  3. Jeff H

    Add the price of a RX550 (today) and it’s underpriced. For those doing small form factor builds or only light gaming it’s still a value.

  4. Operandi

    Idk man why don’t you ask them? They are poring millions of $$$s into every market segment that has a GPU in it, must be reason….


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