Already AMD has stunned everyone of us with its efficient yet powerful Ryzen 4000U mobile APUs because of their efficiency and performance, now, it seems the team Red is ready to face off team Blue with its Ryzen 5000U Cezanne mobile processor.
Cezanne or AMD Ryzen 5000 APUs are based on AMD’s upcoming Zen 3 architecture and its existence has already been confirmed with AMD’s leaked roadmap. Also, you might think this is a rumor, but, previously the same APUs have been spotted SiSoftware database as well.
These Cezanne APUs will be succeeding Renoir on both laptops and desktops featuring Zen 3 CPU cores and Vega graphics. On the other hand, the speculated Van Gogh APUs will be featuring RDNA 2 graphics but come with Zen 2 CPU cores.
So, the next-gen AMD mobile APU will retain 8 cores on-board and interestingly, the 5700U will be a 16-threaded APU rather than its predecessor Ryzen 7 4700U with 8 cores and 8 threads. The upcoming Ryzen 7 5700U was spotted on the Ashes of Singularity benchmark paired with 16GB DDR4 RAM.
The scores weren’t much convincing at 1080p low, however, the existence of the next-gen AMD mobile APUs seems to be confirmed. You might have to get familiar with Ryzen 5000 already because AMD will be using the same name for its desktop Zen 3 based CPU series codenamed Vermeer, to be unveiled on October 8th.
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