In case you didn't know, AMD has 'showcased' the notebook market in recent times, with its new Ryzen 4000 'Renoir' APUs based on the 7nm Zen 2 architecture, especially when we talk about the Ryzen 4900HS, which with a TDP of only 35W , touched everything that Intel has to offer in the mobile world.
Well, it seems that AMD wants to stretch the rope a little further, taking this new generation of products to the desktop PC market.
After impressing with notebooks, AMD wants to bring ‘magic’ to the desktop!
So, in case you don't know, an APU is a processor that combines a CPU with an integrated GPU (iGPU), something that AMD has been betting a lot on recently. After all, it is the only manufacturer on the market with ‘know how’ on both sides! Especially now that it has started giving cards both in the world of processors and in the world of graphics cards.
That said, it looks like there is a new AMD ‘Renoir’ processor ready to launch on the market!
However, unlike the recent launches, its focus is on the Destkop market and not the notebook market. After all, the enthusiast ‘_rogame’ has just found some details talking about an alleged AMD CPU with the codename ‘Artic’. Able to reach the base frequency of 3.0 GHz, as well as an iGPU capable of reaching 1200 MHz, something apparently too high for the notebook market.
However, in case you didn't know, AMD launched ‘Renoir’ processors with TDPs between 15W and 45W. That said, in the past it has launched desktop APUs between 35W and 65w. In other words, we may be looking at a supposed Ryzen 3 4200GE, in order to bring some of the 'magic' recently launched in the world of notebooks, to replace the 'old people' 3200G and 3400G.
(AMD APUs) After laptops, it's time to bet on the desktop! – Besides, what do you think about all this? Share your opinion with us in the comments below.
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