AMD announces the first desktop Ryzen processors with built-in Radeon Vega Graphics

At CES 2018, AMD announced the first desktop Ryzen processors with built-in Radeon Vega Graphics. These new desktop Ryzen APUs combine the latest “Zen” core and AMD Radeon graphics engine based on the advanced “Vega” architecture. As a result, they offer the highest performance graphics engine in a desktop processor with up to 8 processing threads. AMD claims that it will support 1080p HD+ gaming performance without a discrete graphics card. Since it is based on Radeon graphics engine, it supports the Radeon FreeSync technology and all the features of Radeon software driver features including Radeon Chill, Enhanced Sync and Radeon ReLive. These new processors will be available starting February 12, 2018.

ModelCPU CoresThreadsMax Boost Clock (GHz)Graphics Compute Units1Max GPU Clock (MHz)L2/L3 Cache (MB)cTDP (Watts)
Ryzen™ 5 2400G with Radeon™ RX Vega11 Graphics483.9111250645-65W
Ryzen™ 3 2200G with Radeon™ Vega8 Graphics443.781100645-65W

Apart from these new desktop processors, AMD announced that they are expanding the “Vega” product family in 2018 with the Radeon Vega Mobile GPU for ultrathin notebooks. AMD also expanded the Ryzen Mobile Processor family, featuring the world’s fastest processor for ultrathin notebooks line up, with the new Ryzen 3 mobile processor.

ModelCPU CoresThreadsMax Clock (GHz)Graphics Compute UnitsiiiMax GPU Clock (MHz)L2/L3 Cache (MB)cTDP (Watts)
Ryzen™ 7 2700U with Radeon™ Vega10 Graphics483.8101300615W Nominal
Ryzen™ 5 2500U with Radeon™ Vega8 Graphics483.681100615W Nominal
Ryzen™ 3 2300U with Radeon™ Vega6 Graphics443.461100615W Nominal
Ryzen™ 3 2200U with Radeon™ Vega3 Graphics243.431000515W Nominal

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