AMD’s latest installment in the APU world has officially entered shops and shelves today to benefit gamers with really tight budgets to forgo a standalone GPU in their PC.
In any case, if you are out of the loop for this news, chances are you’re here for some benchmark results so here’s the Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 variant reviewed by us just some days ago.
In short, the new Ryzen 8000G series processors have both CPU and GPU components carved onto a single die at the same time to allow a system to run applications and games without the need for a dedicated graphics card.
And if you read through the review, you’ll be surprised that the latest series provides quite the performance for 1080p gaming among various titles (so long as you don’t crank up the settings and stay as basic as possible) so at this rate, even builds in the SGD500 to SGD600 range can push for as much value as possible in 2024.
Even if you’re not using it for gaming, the latest hardware and software support means that even for business deployment such as office settings, organizations can have the system up and running while keeping up for years to come.
Here’s a simple spec list for the 4 models announced so far.
|Boost / Base Frequency
|AMD Ryzen™ 7 8700G
|Up to 5.1GHz / 4.2GHz
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 8600G
|Up to 5.0GHz / 4.3GHz
|AMD Ryzen™ 5 8500G
|Up to 5.0GHz / 3.5GHz
|AMD Ryzen™ 3 8300G
|Up to 4.9GHz / 3.4GHz
The top 3 models of the AMD Ryzen 8000G series APUs are available today and just as per the table, the Ryzen 3 8300G will be released at a later date.