Leaked: The Complete Ryzen 8000GE 35W Lineup - Low-Power APU for AM5 Socket Revealed

Leaked: The Complete Ryzen 8000GE 35W Lineup – Low-Power APU for AM5 Socket Revealed

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Se filtran todos los Ryzen 8000GE de 35W, las APU de bajo consumo para socket AM5

AMD focuses on launching processors designed to deliver high performance on PCs. Here we have seen series such as Ryzen 1000, 2000, 3000, 5000, and 7000, the latter launched more than a year ago. As we continue with this primary range of CPUs, the company also releases other related products, like the recently unveiled Ryzen 8000G APUs. Now, new AMD APUs have leaked – the Ryzen 8000GE, which have a 30W lower TDP than their predecessors.

With the arrival of the Ryzen 8000G a few weeks ago, we saw the successor to the Ryzen 5000G that many had been waiting for. We went from Zen 3 to Zen 4 architecture, significantly increasing frequencies and overall performance. We are not only talking about CPU performance, as the iGPU also experienced a considerable leap. As seen in the comparison before their release, Ryzen 8000G equipped with integrated RDNA 3 graphics were able to triple FPS in games compared to Ryzen 5000G.

ASUS reveals the new AMD Ryzen 7 8700GE, Ryzen 5 8600GE, Ryzen 5 8500GE, and Ryzen 3 8300GE APUs

The Ryzen 8000G also greatly benefited from overclocking, resulting in some pretty interesting APUs. It’s true that they were more expensive than expected, but a Ryzen 5 8600G or Ryzen 7 8700G with OC in RAM and GPU can provide decent performance for playing at low resolutions without having to buy a separate dedicated graphics card. Now that we have seen all the details of the Ryzen 8000G, it’s time to talk about their low-power versions.

Some motherboard manufacturers such as ASUS have published a list of compatible processors, adding the next-generation Ryzen 8000GE APUs. Here we have the Ryzen 7 PRO 8700GE, Ryzen 5 PRO 8600GE, Ryzen 5 (PRO) 8500GE, and Ryzen 3 (PRO) 8300GE.

These APUs have reduced base frequencies and a TDP of just 35W

Starting with the most powerful, we have the Ryzen 7 PRO 8700GE with 8 cores and a base frequency of 3.65 GHz, a significant reduction compared to the 4.2 GHz of the 8700G. We continue with the Ryzen 5 PRO 8600GE, with 6 cores and 3.9 GHz, instead of the 4.35 GHz base frequency of the higher consumption APU. Next on the list is the Ryzen 5 8500GE, which still has 6 cores but drops to a base frequency of 3.4 GHz (vs 3.55 GHz of the 8500G). Lastly, we have the Ryzen 3 8300GE with 4 cores and slightly improved frequencies of 3.5 GHz vs 3.45 GHz of the 8300G.

All these models have a total of 16 MB of L3 cache and support for ECC-DIMM memory. The main difference between the 8000GE models and their 8000G counterparts is the lower frequencies due to the lower TDP. Here, we’re talking about a TDP of 35W compared to the 65W of their larger siblings. Details such as the iGPU frequency remain to be seen, a key factor in measuring APU performance.

The post about all of the 35W Ryzen 8000GE low-power APUs for the AM5 socket first appears on El Chapuzas Informático.

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