In the 7Nm zen2 era, AMD's sharp dragon APU desktop version has not been on sale, but zen3 APU has finally changed. At the Taipei Computer Show at the beginning of this month, CEO Su Zifeng released sharp dragon 7 5700g and sharp dragon 5 5600g retail versions of APU, which were on sale on August 5.
Among them, the sharp dragon 7 5700g is designed with 8 cores and 16 threads, frequency of 3.8 / 4.6ghz, 4MB two buffer and 16MB three buffer, integrated Vega 8 GPU (512 stream processors, 2GHz), thermal design power consumption of 65W, and recommended retail price of 359 US dollars (about 2286 yuan).
The 5 5600g is designed with 6 cores and 12 threads, frequency of 3.9 / 4.4ghz, 3MB two buffer and 16MB three buffer, integrated Vega 7 GPU (448 stream processors, 1.9GHz), thermal design power consumption of 65W, and recommended retail price of 259 US dollars (about 1649 yuan).
After the release of AMD, motherboard manufacturers also need to upgrade BIOS to support new CPU. Recently, Huaqing announced that its amd platform is the first to upgrade BIOS to support the sharp dragon 7 5700g processor.
The BIOS upgrade model is very comprehensive,It is supported by the highest x570, the middle b550 and the low-end A520. In addition, x570 and b450 are also included in the previous generation of 400 series motherboardsThe detailed list is as follows: