AMD’s Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G, the supposedly incoming APU from the Renoir family, could potentially reach performance levels close to the recently released Ryzen 7 3800XT processor, at least if a leaked benchmark is expected.
Assuming this is a real leak, and of course we always have to be pretty careful in this regard, the SiSoftware benchmark highlighted by Tum_Apisak on Twitter is quite an eye opener.
pic.twitter.com/zgFAJty12ZJuly 13, 2020
As you can see, the Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G achieves 303.90 GOPS in the arithmetic result of the SiSoftware processor, compared to the Ryzen 7 3800XT, which achieves about 300 GOPS.
In terms of the processor̵
Now keep in mind that the price of the Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G (or its existence) has not been confirmed, but it will certainly be much cheaper than the 3800XT, even if the recent price rumor suggests it may not be quite as affordable as expected (However, there is every possibility that these are early placeholder prices).
And of course, with the 8-core APU you get integrated graphics and a much more energy-efficient chip (with 65 W compared to 105 W with the 3800XT).
So it seems that the 4750G turns out to be a very strong start, but before we get carried away, there are a few things to remember here.
This is just a benchmark (and a leaked one, the accuracy of which has not been proven) and therefore represents only a small part of the performance puzzle. We will need a whole series of tests when the Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G (probably) comes on the market, before we can really compare and contrast it with existing Ryzen 3000 desktop CPUs.
Also, SiSoftware here is likely to be a cheap yardstick for the Renoir APU, and other elements of the 3800XT – the faster boost speed and much larger amount of L3 cache – are likely to have a lot more impact when it comes to: let’s say , Gaming benchmarks.
Of course we don’t even know the 4750G’s specs, but rumor has it (and this freshly spilled benchmark) that it has a 4.4 GHz boost clock (compared to 4.7 GHz for the 3800XT) and is operated on a 3.7 GHz base.
As Tom’s hardware, which discovered the leak, points out, the monothelic design for the 4750G may be better suited for this special benchmark than the chiplet design for the 3800XT.
Still, this is an exciting glimpse of the potential performance Renoir offers, and we’ve seen an earlier leak that suggests the Ryzen 7 4700G keeps pace with the Ryzen 7 3800X in Cinebench too.
The long and short thing about it is that we would be stupid to come to any conclusions, but still the Renoir APUs from the nuggets we had in the CPU grape vine seem to be doing well. These chips are expected to be on the market shortly. So it shouldn’t be long before we find out the truth.