The single-thread performance of AMD’s upcoming Zen 3-based APU, the Ryzen 5700G, appears to be around 13 percent faster than its Ryzen 4700G predecessor. This is according to new CPU-Z benchmarks shared by software engineer and leaker Patrick Schur, which show a single-threaded score of 614 points and multi-thread score of 6,229 points. AMD’s Ryzen 5700G is an 8-core, 16-thread processor with Vega-based graphics.
Single: 614 points @ ~4.55 GHz (PBO: +100 MHz)— Patrick Schur (@patrickschur_) April 3, 2021
Multi: 6229.4 points @ ~4.45 GHz
Would you like to see more benchmarks? 🙂 pic.twitter.com/xRCi7bVJ4P
What has not been made clear is whether AMD has any plans to sell Cezanne APUS for the DIY market. The previous series codenamed Renoir-AM4 were exclusive to OEMs and system integrators. They were however still available through some retailers, especially Asian-based, who were basically selling them through the gray market.
Sources: Patrick Schur, VideoCardz