2018 is shaping up to be a great year for AMD. At CES, exciting announcements were made about AMD’s next twelve months, and the first release of the year is here: AMD Ryzen desktop processors with built-in Radeon Vega graphics.
Combining the power of the advanced AMD Ryzen™ processor with powerful Radeon™ graphics technology, AMD is unleashing a new product that delivers advanced, high performance processing featuring the most powerful graphics you can get on a desktop processor.1
AMD Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics: An Evolution of Ryzen™
The new Ryzen™ processor with Radeon™ graphics improves on recent technologies to deliver increased base and boost frequencies, enhanced memory and cache latencies and faster memory support over the previous generation. There are also on-board advancements such as Precision Boost 2 for an improved multi-core boost.
The first desktop processor with 2 teraFLOPS of combined graphics and CPU power, this latest Ryzen™ processor offers an incredible platform for CPU dependent-tasks as well as enabling responsive, smooth gaming at full HD 1080p, in eSports and beyond.
Ryzen desktop processors with Radeon Vega graphics fit perfectly into existing socket AM4 motherboards, but may require a simple BIOS upgrade.. If you’re buying a new motherboard, simply look for the “AMD Ryzen Desktop 2000 Ready” sticker on packaging for drop-in support. The ecosystem that AMD and its motherboard partners have built is perfect for both new and current customers who want a best-in-class graphics solution built-in to a powerful, advanced desktop processor.1
Ryzen™ processors with Radeon™ Vega graphics also offer new 33MHz dividers for true DDR4-3000 support, delivering more precise memory tunability for customers who need to squeeze as much performance out of their system as possible.2
AMD Ryzen™ Desktop Processors with Radeon™ Vega Graphics: For the Most Powerful Graphics Performance you can get on a Desktop Processor
Ryzen™ desktop processors with Radeon™ Vega graphics offers an all-in-one solution that delivers incredible power from one chip, which means customers don’t need separate processors and graphics cards; perfect for customers who appreciate high performance, and for those who use small form-factor desktops.
With 4 cores and up to 8 processing threads, Ryzen™ processors with Radeon™ Vega graphics deliver powerful multiprocessing out-of-the-box. But in applications that take advantage of GPU acceleration, Ryzen™ processors with Radeon™ Vega graphics can provide even higher levels of responsiveness.
Combining these two powerful AMD technologies in a single, convenient processor makes Ryzen™ processors with Radeon™ Vega graphics perfect for partners to offer to customers who are looking for ease, upgradability, performance, and convenience in one package.
- Testing by AMD Performance labs as of 12/08/2017 for the Ryzen 5 2400G, and 09/04/2015 for the Core i7-5775c on the following systems. PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on driver versions used. System Configs: All systems equipped with Samsung 850 PRO 512GB SSD, Windows 10 RS2 operating system. Socket AM4 System: Ryzen 52400G processor, 16B (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2667 RAM, Graphics Driver 1710181048-17.40-171018a-319170E 23.20.768.0 :: 12/08/2017. Socket LGA1150 System: Core i7-5775c processor, 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1867 MHz RAM, graphics driver 10.18.15.4256:: 09/04/2015. 3DMark 11 Performance benchmark used to represent graphics power. The following processors achieved the following scores in 3DMark 11 ‘performance’ benchmark v126.96.36.199: The Ryzen 5 2400G: 5042. Also in v188.8.131.52, .The Core i7-5775c, the Intel desktop processor with the highest Intel desktop graphics performance, achieved 3094. RZG-01
- Overclocking memory will void any applicable AMD product warranty, even if such overclocking is enabled via AMD hardware and/or software. This may also void warranties offered by the system manufacturer or retailer or motherboard vendor. Users assume all risks and liabilities that may arise out of overclocking memory, including, without limitation, failure of or damage to RAM/hardware, reduced system performance and/or data loss, corruption or vulnerability. GD-112