AMD unveils new Ryzen 5000 processor with built-in graphics

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AMD unveils new Ryzen 5000 processor with built-in graphics

AMD has unveiled its first Ryzen 5000 series processors with built-in AMD Radeon Graphics.

The Ryzen 5000G line-up features six distinct APUs which use AMD’s latest 7nm processor cores designed with Zen 3 CPU microarchitecture, offering faster, more efficient performance.

These have the same number of cores as their Ryzen 4000G predecessors− but with higher clock speeds and IPC enhancements.
 

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Gonna need a 5700G when they come out. Seems around the same performance as a 5800
 

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Checked a review which I think was the 5700G, impressive processors. But the price is a bit steep.
 

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AMD is building up a war chest for when Intel starts to compete again.

Intel will never be able to compete here. Intel integrated graphics is the_worst. Your best bet for any kind of 3D graphics performance next to an Intel CPU is an additional discrete nVidia or ATI GPU. The reason AMD is so successful here is that they own ATI now, so no need to try to create a competitive GPU architecture as a CPU manufacturer. It's a very powerful strategic combo. And WAY cheaper than an Intel/nVidia combo for the same or better performance.
 

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Intel will never be able to compete here. Intel integrated graphics is the_worst. Your best bet for any kind of 3D graphics performance next to an Intel CPU is an additional discrete nVidia or ATI GPU. The reason AMD is so successful here is that they own ATI now, so no need to try to create a competitive GPU architecture as a CPU manufacturer. It's a very powerful strategic combo. And WAY cheaper than an Intel/nVidia combo for the same or better performance.
AMD have owned ATI for a very very long time.
 

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Intel will never be able to compete here. Intel integrated graphics is the_worst. Your best bet for any kind of 3D graphics performance next to an Intel CPU is an additional discrete nVidia or ATI GPU. The reason AMD is so successful here is that they own ATI now, so no need to try to create a competitive GPU architecture as a CPU manufacturer. It's a very powerful strategic combo. And WAY cheaper than an Intel/nVidia combo for the same or better performance.

your age is showing
 

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M1 changed the game.

The future will be SoCs
In certain sectors yes. But they won't necessarily look like M1s.

Nvidia have some cool stuff in the works which is basically GPUs with some ARM cores on the same package, which looks interesting.
 

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Intel will never be able to compete here. Intel integrated graphics is the_worst. Your best bet for any kind of 3D graphics performance next to an Intel CPU is an additional discrete nVidia or ATI GPU. The reason AMD is so successful here is that they own ATI now, so no need to try to create a competitive GPU architecture as a CPU manufacturer. It's a very powerful strategic combo. And WAY cheaper than an Intel/nVidia combo for the same or better performance.

Don't underestimate a humble and determined Intel.

They have been in this spot before, their response was the core architecture that dominated the CPU market for a decade.

Hopefully this time AMD will stay competent.

Intel is still in for a rough 2-3 years, but they will be back. They can afford too many mistakes though, or else they go the way of IBM.
 

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Gonna need a 5700G when they come out. Seems around the same performance as a 5800
Do remember that if you are using the GPU at the same time, it will share power budget with the CPU, but with discrete graphics, or CPU only loads, it should be about the same.
 

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Do remember that if you are using the GPU at the same time, it will share power budget with the CPU, but with discrete graphics, or CPU only loads, it should be about the same.
Yep...

I need a 5th port for my setup
 

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Don't underestimate a humble and determined Intel.

They have been in this spot before, their response was the core architecture that dominated the CPU market for a decade.

Hopefully this time AMD will stay competent.

Intel is still in for a rough 2-3 years, but they will be back. They can afford too many mistakes though, or else they go the way of IBM.
You mean IBM who made a 73 billion profit in 2020 and Intel with 77 Billion? AMD had 9.76 billion.
 
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