Ryzen 5000 series APUs are finally coming to reality or at least to the non-oem market with the Ryzen 7 5700G and Ryzen 5 5600G.
|Ryzen 7 5700G||4.6/3.8 GHZ||8 CUs 2.0GHZ||16MB L3/4MB L2||65 Watts||8 core 16 thread||359$|
|Ryzen 5 5600G||4.4/3.9 GHZ||7 CUs 1.9GHZ||16MB L3/3MB L2||65 Watts||6 core 12 thread||259$|
These would be a welcomed move especially since there is a shortage of GPUS in the market and this will allow for gamers to have a IGPU while the market stabilizes over time. The APUs will be available in August.
AMD will also be in the new Tesla model S & X.
AMD also announced that we will see the first ARM-based RDNA 2 GPUS in the next generation Samsung Exynos processor with it being positions as a high-performance product. This will bring ray tracing and variable rate shading to mobile.
AMD does have a interesting lineup of products around. Also check out our writeup on the GPUs released by team red here.