AMD R7 5700G processor in advance , and conducted a series of baking device and running score tests. Although the ES engineering version of this CPU has been leaked before and has been released in Xianyu and globally, this is the first time that an official version of the processor has appeared.
AMD R7 5700G uses Zen3 architecture with a built-in Vega 8 core display. The processor uses TSMC’s 7nm process technology, 8 cores 16 threads, and 16MB L3 cache. The base frequency of this processor is 3.8GHz, and the maximum frequency is around 4.6GHz.
As reported, the maximum single-core frequency is 4.65GHz, and the overclocking potential is very limited. FPU baking at 4.7GHz will have a black screen. By looking at the nuclear display, R7 5700G is furnished with Vega 8 GPU, with 8 ROPs raster unit + 32 TMUs texture unit, and a total of 512 stream processors.
The core display utilizes PCIe 3.0×16 channels, the video memory bit width is 128bit, and the 4GB video memory is shared. This processor has not yet been released, there is no core display driver, so the GPU frequency display of the core display is not correct.
Additionally, AMD R7 5700G supports PCIe 4.0 channels in the motherboard BIOS, and PCIe 4.0 can be selected for external graphics cards. The processor’s running points. When using CPU-Z to run 17.01.64, the single-core score was 631.3 points, and the multi-core score was 6782.4 points.
When the highest processor frequency is set to 4.65GHz, Cinebench R23 scores 1500 points for single-core and 15458 points for multi-core. The memory frequency of this processor can be overclocked to 5333MHz with 18-24-24-46 when folk asynchronous is turned on.