In any event, a user on Reddit posted some preliminary specs and performance data of three supposed Ryzen 4000 series APU configurations, plucked from 3DMark 11's database. Here they are, side-by-side...
While there is not a lot here to digest, we do have some basic details. We assume these are all engineering samples. Either way, here are the specs of the three configs...
- Config 1: 1.7GHz CPU base clockspeed, 1.5GHz GPU clockspeed, DDR4-2666 memory
- Config 2: 1.8GHz CPU base clockspeed, ????? GPU clockspeed, ??? memory
- Config 3: 2.0GHz CPU base clockspeed, 1.1GHz GPU clockspeed, DDR4-2666 memory
All three configurations consisted of a Celedon-RN motherboard serving as the foundation. Unfortunately, the individual 3DMark 11 pages for each config are listed as private, but we do have some performance numbers to look at (as provided in the screenshots above). Here they are...
- Config 1: 3,578 points
- Config 2: 2,374 points
- Config 3: 3.143 points
All three are 3DMark 11 "Performance" scores. Config 2 scores the lowest and also has the slowest CPU base clock. The same is probably true of its GPU clock, though both the GPU clock and type of memory (probably DDR4-2666, like the other two) are not listed for Config 2.
It will be interesting to see what kind of iGPU accompanies the Zen 2 CPU cores on Renoir. We'd obviously like to see a straight implementation of Navi, though there have been rumors of AMD using Vega, albeit with some updated features.