We’ve still had no official word on the release of AMD’s Ryzen 7 4700G and Ryzen 5 4400G, but leaker Apisak has already released figures showing the 3DMark performance of the upcoming APUs.
Earlier this year, AMD released the 4000-series Ryzen APUs for laptops. These accelerated processing units (APUs) combine the Zen 2 architecture with integrated graphics from the Vega architecture, and it’s expected that the upcoming 4000-series models for desktops will have a similar composition.
Image credit: Apisak
Now, well-known leaker Apisak has posted a tweet that shows the performance of the Ryzen 7 4700G and Ryzen 5 4400G in the 3DMark Fire Strike test. The Ryzen 7 4700G and its 8 cores achieved a physics score of 23,392 and a graphics score of 4301, with Ryzen 5 4400G scoring of 19,133 and 4033 respectively.
We’re still not certain when the 4000-series APUs will be released, but it’s expected to be after the Ryzen 3000 refresh in July.
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