AMD Officially Announces Two New Processors for the Ryzen 8000: Eliminates the GPU

A few days ago at the AI PC Summit, AMD unexpectedly announced two new U's called the Ryzen 7 8700F and Ryzen 5 8400F.

AMD released a Ryzen 5 7500F last year, the first one in its history to end in F. Like Intel, it's also coreless, but the entire Ryzen 7000 lineup only integrates a two-unit RDNA2 GPU, so it doesn't matter.

The Ryzen 7 8700F and Ryzen 5 8400F are surely the same formula, but the desktop version of the Ryzen 8000 series for the Zen5 architecture hasn't arrived yet, and there is only the Ryzen 8000G APU series for the Zen4 architecture at the moment.

The two of them are supposed to be lite versions of the Ryzen 7 8700G and Ryzen 5 8500G respectively, with the GPU cores removed, the former being a 12-cell Radeon 780M and the latter a 4-cell Radeon 740M.

I just don't know if other specs have changed as well, such as frequency.

It's interesting that AMD chose to make these two products public for the first time at a conference in China - is it a China special?

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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