AMD Zen 4 “Phoenix Point” mobile processor has been spotted with 8 cores
AMD Zen 4. Intel Core i9-9900K Processor: 8 Cores, 8 Threads Laptops are based on a 4nm manufacturing node. Ryzen 7000 Phoenix Point AMD CPUs have been discovered in the MilkyWay Home database, and they’ll be powering thin and light laptops with Zen 4 architecture.
For the first time, AMD’s Ryzen 7000 ‘Phoenix Point’ 8-Core processor has been unveiled, with 8 Zen 4 Cores for laptops.
Benchleaks and TUM APISAK have discovered the AMD Ryzen 7000 “Phoenix Point” APU. A single database, MilkyWay@Home, is the source of both leaks. AMD’s Zen 4 Desktop CPU 8 and 16-core models were also listed first by the same database. The OPN number ‘100-000000709-23 N’ indicates that this is, in fact, a Phoenix Point SKU, despite the listing not specifically stating that it is. According to Patrick Shur, the AMD Ryzen 7000 APUs fall under the A70F00 family name, whereas the Ryzen 7000 CPUs belong under the A60F00 family. The number of processors in this particular engineering sample is also listed by Milky Way@Home, which is 16. A SKU with 8 cores and 16 threads will have this value as part of the thread count. AMD Phoenix Point APUs are projected to have a maximum of 8 cores and 16 threads, while Ryzen 7000 ‘Dragon Range’ CPUs will have a maximum of 16 cores for laptops.
The following are the former MilkyWay@Home AMD Ryzen 7000 ES CPU SKUs:
AMD Raphael has 16 cores and 32 threads, so this sample is 100-000000665-21 N.
AMD 100-000000666-21 N (8 Core / 16 Threads) is an English sample. Raphael
AMD Raphael 8-Core/16-Thread ENG Sample: 100-000000514-03 N
AMD Thin and light gaming laptops powered by Phoenix Point 4nm APUs in 2023, including Zen 4 and RDNA 3.
Using both Zen 4 and RDNA 3 cores, AMD confirmed its Phoenix Point APU series. SKUs ranging from 35W to 45W will be available for the new Phoenix APUs, which feature LPDDR5 and PCIe 5 compatibility, respectively. CES 2023 is also slated to be the launch date for the new product range. In addition to LPDDR5 and DDR5, AMD has indicated that laptop components may feature memory technologies other than those mentioned above.
Phoenix Ryzen 7000 APUs may still have up to 8 cores and 16 threads, but only the Dragon Range chips will have higher core counts, according to previous specs. Phoenix APUs, on the other hand, will have a larger CU count for the RDNA 3 graphics core, allowing them to outperform the competition by a wide margin.
CPUs from AMD’s Ryzen H-series for mobile use: The First Name
AMD H-Series Strix Point
AMD The H-Series of Dragons
The AMD The Phoenix H-Series
AMD H-Series by Rembrandt
AMD Paintings by Cezanne-H
The AMD The H-Series by Renoir
AMD Picasso’s H-Series series of paintings
AMD Branding for the Raven Ridge H-Series
Ryzen 8000 from AMD (H-Series)
And Ryzen 7000 from AMD (H-Series)
Ryzen 7000 by AMD (H-Series)
AMD’s Ryzen 6000 processor (H-Series)
The Athlon 64 X2 1700 (H-Series)
Athlon 64 X2 5000 (H-Series)
Ryzen 3000 from AMD (H-Series)
Ryzen 2000 is the latest AMD processor (H-Series)
To Be Determined, Process Node
5nm \s4nm \s6nm \s7nm \s7nm \s12nm \s14nm
CPU Architecture as a Whole
Zen 5 Zen 4 Zen 3+ Zen 3 Zen 2 Zen 1 CPU The threads/cores (Max)
TBD \s16/32? \s8/16? \s8/16 \s8/16 \s8/16
Cache in the second level (Max)
In the meanwhile, we’ll have to wait and see how this pans out (Max)
It’s still to be determined how much memory will be required.
Max Clocks on a computer’s processor
Five gigabits per second (Ryzen 9 6980HX)
a frequency of 4.80 GHz (Ryzen 9 5980HX)
4.3 gigahertz (Ryzen 9 4900HS)
Four hundred and forty gigahertz (Ryzen 7 3750H)
3.8 gigahertz (Ryzen 7 2800H)
graphics processing unit (GPU) architecture
RDNA 3+ RDNA for iGPUs An iGPU RDNA on 3 5nm silicon RDNA iGPU 3 5nm A pair of 6nm iGPUs that are both Vega-enhanced 7nm and 14nm. 14nm
Cores Per CPU
TBD \sTBA \sTBA
There are 12 CUs in all (786 cores)
8 Central Units (512 cores)
CUs 8 (512 cores)
10 CUs (640 Cores)
11 Central Units (704 cores)
For now, we don’t know the maximum clock speeds for the GPUs. However, the TDP (cTDP Down/Up) for each of the GPUs will be determined in the future.
35-45 watts of power (65W cTDP) 35-45 watts (65W cTDP)
35-45 watts (65W cTDP). A range of 35 to 54W (54W cTDP)
In the range of 35W to 45W (65W cTDP)
12-35 watts (35W cTDP)
35W to 45W (65W cTDP)
Launching in 2024 Q1 2023 Q1 2023 Q1 2022 Q1 2021 Q2 2020 Q1 2019 Q4 of the previous year.
Q1: What is the expected speed of the Zen 4?
After moving to a 7nm process on Zen 3. AMD has also stated that it will transition to a 5nm process. Down from the 6nm process on Zen 3+. Having the potential to offer also the same amount of electricity in a smaller space might be a big deal.
Q2: Is DDR5 supported by AMD Zen 4?
A 6 nm I/O die and two CPU chiplets will be used in the highest-end Zen 4 CPUs. A DDR5 controller and an RDNA2-based integrated GPU are all included on this chip.
Q3: Is Zen 4 worth the wait?
When it comes to upgrading your current system. We recommend that you do so if you have the money to do so. But if you don’t, we recommend that you wait. Also component costs begin to fall before making a purchase.
Q4: Is the Zen 4 socket new?
For starters, with Zen came a new AM4 socket. Also, one of the most successful in company history and one that made DDR4 memory widely available.
Q5: Can DDR4 be used with the Zen 4?
Zen 4 processors will only support DDR5-5200 memory, also according to Apacer.
Q6: What about DDR4 on the AM5?
As with Intel’s Alder Lake, AMD’s AM5 socket platforms, which will replace the older AM4 platform, will offer PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 interfaces, but AMD hasn’t verified that DDR4 support isn’t an option.