AMD’s upcoming, Zen 3-based Ryzen 7 5700 “Cezanne” APU will feature 16 percent faster single-core performance and 13 percent faster multi-core performance than its Ryzen 7 4750G “Renoir” predecessor. This is according to benchmarks shared by a user on China’s Chiphell forums, which demonstrate how the retail version of the flagship Ryzen 5000G Series APU fared in CPU-Z, Cinebench R20, and AIDA64. AMD’s Ryzen 7 5700G managed to score 631.3 and 6782.4 points in CPU-Z’s single-core and multi-core tests, respectively.
The user indicated that the highest voltage he was able to achieve was 1.42V, but at that voltage, the APU would crash in a few minutes. He was able to run the AMD Ryzen 5700G stably at 1.365V for a 4.65 GHz overclock and even ran it in an AIDA64 stress test. After 15 minutes of the AIDA64 stress test, the APU reached 75°C. The user was not able to test the graphics of the APU since drivers are not currently available.