AMD Ryzen 7 3700U es presenta amb un munt de Maybes, podria tenir el Zen 2



AMD's low-power Ryzen 3700U APU has been leaked. Codenamed ZM370SC4T4MFG_38/22_Y, this latest AMD processor features 4 cores and 8 threads with a base clock of 2.2 GHz and a boost clock of 3.8 GHz, making it very similar to the current generation 2700U. The GPU, which is recognized as Picasso by UserBenchmark, is like just another codename for now, as other applications are listing it as a Radeon RX Vega 10 GPU. Considering the 3000U Series is supposed to be similar to the 2000U offerings it could very well feature the same Vega 10 GPU and still be based on the Zen+ or the Zen 2 architectures. That said, nothing is confirmed, but some slides leaked from Informatica Cero suggest that the Ryzen 7 3700U could indeed feature the Zen 2 architecture. That would be fairly interesting given that the Ryzen family for laptops/convertibles have been a step behind the desktop solutions for a quite some time.

Picasso del que hem estat escoltant des que va aparèixer per primera vegada el nom de codi el setembre del 2017, no sembla res més que Raven Ridge fabricat al node 12nm. Això, naturalment, es basa en la informació disponible. Hi ha qui suggereix que aquesta nova APU podria estar al node de 7 nm, però això és difícil de creure, ja que és probable que AMD dediqui fabricació de 7 nm a les seves solucions del servidor EPYC i als seus productes d’escriptori Ryzen. Per tant, és probable que les APU Zen 2 per als quaderns siguin molt llunyanes.
Source: VideoCardz