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    AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Compared to the Ryzen 7 4700G, it appears to be 13(8) per cent faster in 1T(nT) tests.
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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    These things should be available to retail. I would have bought the 4750G for work use if I could, but could only get one in that low end Ebuyer machine.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Better than the previous best Ryzen 3400G, but unless if goes on sale it is irrelevant.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    All I can think of when I see things like this is that meme from that scene in The Simpsons featuring AMD killing Intel - stop! stop! he's already dead!

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Why compare to the 9900KF? CPU-Z has more recent Intel offerings in there to compare to, especially considering the generational gap between them. I'd honestly have thought comparing to a 3700X would have been far better (also 8c/16t) and would give a much better indicator of the performance available from this.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    Why compare to the 9900KF? CPU-Z has more recent Intel offerings in there to compare to, especially considering the generational gap between them. I'd honestly have thought comparing to a 3700X would have been far better (also 8c/16t) and would give a much better indicator of the performance available from this.
    From simple Google search:

    AMD 3700x - 528/5465
    Intel i9-10900K - 627/7159
    AMD 3400G - 467/2512
    AMD 5800X - 650/6593
    and as a reference
    AMD 5700G - 614/6229

    So I would say not bad for an APU. The most important thing will be its availability and supported chipsets.
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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    It would be great to have it on shelves. I need to renew equipment, this one would be the first to consider.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Interesting that this nominally 65W part gets pretty close to the 5800X a 105W part. I guess with turbo and sufficient cooling these numbers don't mean much

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    One thing NOBODY ever does (becoz Amd has banned it?) is compare the generational differences between the graphics i.e LLano ?? 2400G 3400G 4700g 5700G ... the gfx seem to be improving at a snails pace.
    I could happily have a 5300G (4C/8T) with top-end gfx ... but .. segmentation.
    We may never see these at retail anyway , the fact that its a "pro" (business friendly) tolls ominous. 65w TDP is great imo.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    IIRC 4000 and 5000 series use the SAME graphics. If so it's no wonder they wouldn't want that highlighting.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by persimmon View Post
    One thing NOBODY ever does (becoz Amd has banned it?) is compare the generational differences between the graphics i.e LLano ?? 2400G 3400G 4700g 5700G ... the gfx seem to be improving at a snails pace.
    No banning, just not that interesting if you want strong graphics.

    https://www.tomshardware.com/uk/revi...enoir-review/3

    It uses quite a bit of the die for the performance level, and more CUs would probably just bump up cost and hit a memory speed wall so not actually go any faster.

    But maybe next gen will use 5nm for more transistors and DDR5 to move the memory wall along perhaps with the hypercache of recent AMD GPUs, so you might get your wish then. But this gen? Nice for a budget laptop or in my case a really cheap workstation if you add some ECC ram, but otherwise add a GPU.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    but otherwise add a GPU.
    It sounds so simple doesn't it. 'Just add a GPU...' If you can find one.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by persimmon View Post
    One thing NOBODY ever does (becoz Amd has banned it?) is compare the generational differences between the graphics i.e LLano ?? 2400G 3400G 4700g 5700G ... the gfx seem to be improving at a snails pace.
    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    No banning, just not that interesting if you want strong graphics.
    Honestly I don't think that's really the market for these CPUs, certainly it would be a "nice to have" in terms of strong graphics, but I can see these ending up in PCs that are not used primarily for gaming on. I used the 2400G in the PC I built for my mum, it's low power usage combined with onboard graphics that are perfectly sufficient for using programs like Microsoft Word / Excel etc. It was a much better option than an Intel based system with higher power draw and less performance.

    If AMD started beefing up the on die graphics I could see that having a knock on effect on the low end of their GPU business, I fail to see the benefit in them doing that to themselves.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by Iota View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by persimmon View Post
    One thing NOBODY ever does (becoz Amd has banned it?) is compare the generational differences between the graphics i.e LLano ?? 2400G 3400G 4700g 5700G ... the gfx seem to be improving at a snails pace.
    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    No banning, just not that interesting if you want strong graphics.
    Honestly I don't think that's really the market for these CPUs, certainly it would be a "nice to have" in terms of strong graphics, but I can see these ending up in PCs that are not used primarily for gaming on. I used the 2400G in the PC I built for my mum, it's low power usage combined with onboard graphics that are perfectly sufficient for using programs like Microsoft Word / Excel etc. It was a much better option than an Intel based system with higher power draw and less performance.

    If AMD started beefing up the on die graphics I could see that having a knock on effect on the low end of their GPU business, I fail to see the benefit in them doing that to themselves.
    As far as I can see, there IS no low-end AMD graphics anymore. Production of all AMD Gpu's below the 6xxx series seems to have stopped. Nothing can be had.
    Tell me i'm wrong. Please.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    Quote Originally Posted by ik9000 View Post
    It sounds so simple doesn't it. 'Just add a GPU...' If you can find one.
    I suppose the flip side is that you don't want CPUs to have strong enough graphics to have a good hash rate, not with Eth sat around $2000 atm.


    Quote Originally Posted by ohmaheid View Post
    As far as I can see, there IS no low-end AMD graphics anymore. Production of all AMD Gpu's below the 6xxx series seems to have stopped. Nothing can be had.
    Tell me i'm wrong. Please.
    I honestly don't know, but sadly the 5700 XT was apparently a really superb mining GPU which as they got a bad rep for driver issues on release for gaming were quite cheap, so I think they sold out first in the mining rush.

    I'm typing this on a work machine which has an RX550 as that was the only thing I could find. There seem to be some 1030 cards knocking around.

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    Re: AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro desktop APU tested by developer in CPU-Z

    A ChipHell user has published photos and tests said to be of the retail version of the 'R7-5700G'


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