The Ryzen 3000 desktop APU has not had time to debut in the sale, and already on the Web there is information on the new AMD Picasso hybrid chips. At this time, the company distinguished ASRock, thanks to which it became aware of the upcoming release of the 12-nm Athlon 300GE and 320GE models. These chips will replace the 14 nm counterparts of the Raven Ridge family, which managed to establish themselves as rivals worthy of Intel Pentium.
The AMD Athlon 300GE and 320GE hybrid processors operate on two Zen + cores with multi-threading support, a Radeon Vega 3 graphics module and four megabytes of L3 cache. The frequency of the first APU is 3.4 GHz, the second 3.5 GHz. Like its predecessors, the new items boast a 35 watt thermal package and will be supported by all cards with an AM4 socket (after updating the UEFI firmware).
In addition, Advanced Micro Devices is working on energy-efficient versions of the APU Ryzen 3 3200G and Ryzen 5 3400G. They differ from the models presented previously by a normal TDP of 35 W (compared to 65 W) and a nominal frequency reduced to 3.3 GHz. The AMD Picasso hybrid processors will also be offered in Pro-modifications, designed for use in business class computers.
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