AMD Notebook PC sales really have done quite well. Some very Major companies have been offering the Ryzen 4000 in their lineups. Pairing AMD’s eight-core Ryzen 9 4900HS processor with strong graphics for example, has really been quite a hit with many users. The price points of the Laptops/Notebooks has really made users eager to buy.
Companies such as Dell,HP, Asus, Acer, Lenovo, etc… have models available. Everything from a quad-core Ryzen 3 4300U processor, six-core Ryzen 5 4500U, eight-core Ryzen 7 4700U, Ryzen 7 4800H processor with a Radeon RX 5600M, to eight-core Ryzen 9 4900HS processor with Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2060.
When information was originally released, AMD spoke of 135 different models, but some may be available only in foreign markets. With prices from $620 to over $1,500.00 they are priced to satisfy anyone and everyone.
The Ryzen 4000 G-Series Desktop Processors should now be available or soon will be. AMD chips still represent the best bang for your buck, even if Intel CPUs will give you better gaming performance once you get outside the entry-level chips. That’s why, for absolute pure gaming performance, Intel CPUs are still the best bet if Gaming is your main priority, however for most business tasks and even some Video s editing etc… AMD is priced right.
s Next Zen3 Desktops (not yet available) may hit 4.9Ghz or better in Boost Mode. The CPU`s using TSMC’s 7nm FinFET manufacturing process, are now considered a known quantity after so many previous chips from AMD. AMD has publicly confirmed that Zen 3-based processors will work seamlessly on B450, X470, B550 and X570 motherboards; although, certain compromises are made on the older 400-series motherboards.
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AMD’s Ryzen 4000 desktop processors have finally arrived, but before you get your hopes up, be warned, these aren’t the next-gen powerhouse chips we were expecting.
Six G-Series chips, including the AMD Ryzen 4700G, make up the first batch of the next-gen Ryzen 4000 desktop processor family, with AMD claiming they’re powerful enough to run games (in Full HD at low settings) without a graphics card.
However, these processors will initially only be available in pre-built systems from third-party manufacturers, meaning you won’t be able to buy them to upgrade your gaming PC.
AMD’s new Ryzen 4000 chips are built upon the existing 7nm Zen 2 architecture instead of the widely anticipated Zen 3 architecture. This means the new G-Series chips feel like scaled up versions of AMD’s current mobile processors rather than fully fledged next-gen desktop CPUs.
Those craving news on the Zen 3 Ryzen 4000 desktop chips shouldn’t be too disappointed though, as AMD has promised they are still set to release this year. The X670 chipset is expected to arrive in the fourth quarter of 2020 and will feature enhancement, such as enhanced PCIe Gen 4.0 support. It will also feature increased I/O from additional M.2, SATA, as well as USB 3.2 ports, though Wccftech reported that native Thunderbolt 3 support may still not happen on this chipset. AMD also recently announced a budget-friendly B550 chipset that supports the AM4 socket and brings PCIe 4.0 support to a lower price point.