At the end of October, AMD finally revealed its Ryzen Mobile APUs, the Ryzen 7 2700U and Ryzen 5 2500 U, which have already started appearing in products. With the 'U' at the end, many considered these to be the low power parts, which meant parts with higher TDP and higher performance were still to come, and these parts are what the latest leaked slides show. Naturally this is all still rumor and purportedly leaked slides cannot always be trusted.
According to the slide, there will be new Ryzen 5 2400G and Ryzen 3 2200G processors, both sporting a 65 W TDP, though 35 W versions will be available. The 2400G will have 4 cores/8 threads and Vega 11 graphics (11 Vega compute units) while the 2200 G will have 4 cores/4 threads and Vega 8 graphics. Another APU identified on the slides was the Ryzen 3 2300U, which would come in under the already out APUs and only has Vega 6 graphics.
Also discovered recently, but from the SiSoft database and not a leaked slide, was what appears to be a desktop-targeting APU with 28 Vega compute units. VideoCardz identifies this specific chip as a 4 core/8 thread APU with the codename 2G11SRD1P4MF6_30_N.
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