AMD Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G APUs performance unveiled

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Curiously, it is identified as Raven Ridge, but with 1MB of L3- while Summit Ridge supported only 100%, 50% or 0% L3 cache configurations.
Edit: 2200U is spec'ed with 4MB of L3 , but Geekbench for some devices sees just 1MB , and in other- 4MB.
Edit2: Might be depending on Geekbench version: 4.0.0 and 4.1.0 seeing 2200U as unknown product with 4MB of L3, while Geekbench 4.2.0 and 4.2.2- as Raven Ridge with 1MB of L3, which is still curious.
 
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jpiniero

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pretty much the same score as a Pentium G4560... but with probably way better IGP, an interesting CPU if priced well.

edit: apparently the IGP is named Vega 3, so that means 192SPs? still probably faster than the G4560, but no idea by how much...
This is a 35W part, so the comparable product would be the 5500T (3.2 Ghz) and 5400T (3.1). GPU wise it'd be faster but probably not by much.
 
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The GE chips have a 105C max temp like the G chips. I guess that is to allow them to run okay with limited cooling?
 
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If retail is getting the 200GE APUs, then we need some cheap ($40-45 A320 should do it) boards, with HDMI outputs, that will drive 4K UHD to go with them. Preferably ITX, even. (Would make a nice AM1 replacement.)

Edit: Nevermind A320, what about the A300 / B300 / X300 non-chipset chipset? I mean, Ryzen APU is an SoC, just like AM1, with the first few SATA ports on the APU pinout, and could have a board with essentially just a socket and an ethernet chip (not sure if the APU has necessary sound chip inside too).

Could be very, very cheap, especially for "business-class" OEMs putting together simple office-task boxes, and a Ryzen 2C/4T should still prove potent, with appropriate DIMMs. Maybe even with a PCI-E M.2 slot too.
 
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Hitman928

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I'd really like to see a 25 W or under sku or a cTDP option to put it there.
 

ao_ika_red

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200GE is Ryzen3 2200u (laptop chip) in desktop guise.
It would be a perfect low-power HTPC.
 

moinmoin

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Second last slide: "Although it is Raven1, but CPU spec is align with Raven2"
Huh? What does "Raven2" refer to? Raven Ridge 2018? R7 2800H?

I'd really like to see a 25 W or under sku or a cTDP option to put it there.
What's the deal with the cTDP option anyway? Are there board manufacturers that do put it into the BIOS? Why wouldn't it be a regular option just like all the memory micromanagement settings?
 
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200GE is Ryzen3 2200u (laptop chip) in desktop guise.
It would be a perfect low-power HTPC.
Hell it would be nice if AMD could slip that sucker into some AiO PCs as well. Last time I looked, everything in that form factor was still Bristol Ridge or Stoney Ridge, and overpriced to boot.

@VirtualLarry did AMD ever put X300 in anything? I thought that chipset was MIA.
 

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Hell it would be nice if AMD could slip that sucker into some AiO PCs as well. Last time I looked, everything in that form factor was still Bristol Ridge or Stoney Ridge, and overpriced to boot.

@VirtualLarry did AMD ever put X300 in anything? I thought that chipset was MIA.
NUC would be nice.
 

Qwertilot

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UK prices aren't good right now & you are seemingly getting a full machine for the money.
 

Shivansps

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Nice price for 200GE, thats petty much what i was expecting.

I would expect to perform like a Pentium with GT2 in both CPU/IGP, but at a Celeron price.
 

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Only 20K 200GE per month? Is AMD sales that small or will 200GE be missing in stores until they start to produce Raven2-dies instead of salvaged Raven1 dies.
 
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Yes but i was hoping it would give a8 9600 a run for its money.
^ What does this comment mean? That 2C/4T Ryzen, is NOT faster than 2M Carrizzo? Are you kidding me? Maybe Nosta was on to something (rather than on something), when he said BullDozer (derivative) architectures would be making a comeback?
 

ao_ika_red

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^ What does this comment mean? That 2C/4T Ryzen, is NOT faster than 2M Carrizzo? Are you kidding me? Maybe Nosta was on to something (rather than on something), when he said BullDozer (derivative) architectures would be making a comeback?
I think what he meant was gpu wise because 200ge has lower SP than a8 9600.
CPU wise, it's undoubtedly faster.
 

Shivansps

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^ What does this comment mean? That 2C/4T Ryzen, is NOT faster than 2M Carrizzo? Are you kidding me? Maybe Nosta was on to something (rather than on something), when he said BullDozer (derivative) architectures would be making a comeback?
Igp.....
 
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