AMD Ryzen 8000U and Ryzen 7000G Series Spotted in Shipping Records

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AMD is in the process of developing several components based on the Zen4 architecture. The Ryzen 7000 mobile CPU series saw AMD integrating multiple architectures including Zen2, Zen3+, Zen4, RDNA2, and RDNA3 into a singular product lineup. The forthcoming 8000 series will extend this integration, as evidenced by recent information leaks.

The introductory Ryzen 8000 APUs, intended for laptops, are engineered with a 28W TDP specification. Shipping data sourced by @harukze5719 has revealed the development of the following components:

  • AMD Ryzen 8040U (Hawk Point)
  • Ryzen 7 8840U (100-000001325-00)
  • Ryzen 5 8540U (100-000001326-00)
  • Ryzen 5 PRO 8540U (100-000001331-00)
  • Ryzen 3 8440U (100-00000XXX-00)

Based on AMD's consistent naming methodology for laptop processors, it's clear that all the aforementioned CPUs will be built on the Zen4 architecture. It is highly probable that these components belong to the Hawk Point series, which is anticipated to be an iteration of the Phoenix architecture. Official clarifications regarding whether the naming scheme is the sole alteration for this series are yet to be announced. It is also verified that the new series will be compatible with either the FP7 or FP7 Revision 2 socket, both of which are currently associated with the Phoenix architecture.


Additionally, shipping details are available for the Ryzen 7000G series. As noted, the AMD Ryzen 7000G desktop CPU series, which employs the Phoenix silicon within an AM5 package, might primarily utilize the Phoenix2 die, a smaller variant with fewer cores. Instead of having 8 Zen4 CPU cores and 12 RDNA3 Compute Units, this smaller die is limited to 6 Zen4(c) cores and up to 4 Compute Units. It remains ambiguous if AMD intends to release more potent APUs. It's noteworthy that AMD's desktop Raphael series includes RDNA graphics, albeit from an earlier generation and restricted to 2 Compute Units.

The Ryzen 7000G (Phoenix-G) series encompasses:

  • Ryzen 5 PRO 7500G (100-000001183-00)
  • Ryzen 5 7500G (100-00000931-00)
  • Ryzen 3 7300G (100-000001187-00)

The appearance of both series in shipping records suggests an impending launch, potentially in the early segment of the next year, consistent with AMD's pattern of updating its mobile series during this period.

Source: @harukaze5719, videocardz

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