All the desks Ryzen 7000 got a graphic core, but it's not good for games

All the desks Ryzen 7000 got a graphic core, but it's not good for games

In the last presentation of the Ryzen 7,000 processors, AMD head Lisa Soo missed one important detail about the new chips. She did not mention that they were equipped with a built-in graphics, but this information was later confirmed on the manufacturer's official website.

AMD indicates that all four of the Ryzen 7000 series processors presented have the same built-in graphic subsystem. It contains two computational units on the RDNA 2 architecture, which contain a total of 64 flow processors. The basic frequency of the Ryzen 7000 built-in graph is 400 MHz and the maximum frequency is 2,200 MHz.

The Ryzen 7000 chips are the first AMD desktop processors outside a series of hybrid models with a "G" prefix that received a built-in graph. In the Socket AM4 platform, the company released several series of hybrid APUs, including Renoir and Cezanne, equipped with built-in graphics. However, the Ryzen 7,000 graphics are known to be weak, a small graphic core placed in IO-chiblet and primarily focused on office applications rather than games.

On the side, two computational units with 64 flow CPUs can produce a capacity of 0.563 Tflops. This is approximately 1/3 of the output of the Steam Deck portable console, which has 8 computing units operating at 1.6 GHz.

In a word similar to Ryzen 7,000, the graphic subsystem is expected to be used as part of the Mendocino series of AMD processors. These mobile chips will be used in accessible and low-powered laptops based on the ChromeOS operating system.

The sale of the Ryzen 7,000 processors is scheduled for September 27, with new chip prices ranging from $299 per junior six-nuclear to $699 per flagship 16-nuclear model.