Ryzen 7 Pro 5750G Desktop APU Spotted At 4.8 GHz, High Memory Clocks

Ryzen 7 Pro 5750G Desktop APU Spotted At 4.8 GHz, High Memory Clocks

A Chinese overclocker has received what is believed to be the Ryzen 5750G Pro (due to TSME encryption) and revealed its impressive overclocking capabilities.

Specs-wise, this chip appears to be a Zen 3 APU with 8 cores and 16 threads, with presumably a Vega integrated graphics chip with equal performance to that of AMD’s Zen 3 mobile APUs. So expect this chip to perform similar to a Ryzen 7 5800X with integrated graphics.

Ryzen 5750G Pro Specs and Benchmarks

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But the best part about the chip is its crazy overclocking potential. The overclocker managed to crank the APU all the way to 4.8 GHz on all cores and hit a memory clock of 4133 MHz, which we’ve never seen before (even on AMD’s flagship Ryzen 9 5950X) in 1:1 mode.

However, he used very high voltages, with 1.47v for the CPU core voltage and an SoC voltage of 1.2v. The core voltage, in particular, could be dangerously high for multi-threaded workloads, or at least high enough that we wouldn’t recommend running it for a daily driver.

Ryzen 5750G Pro Specs and Benchmarks

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He also ran the CPU-Z benchmark on the Ryzen 7 5750G and compared it to Intel’s Core i9-9900KF. The AMD APU scored 660.8 points in the single-threaded test, and 6897.8 points in the multi-threaded portion. Compared to the 9900KF, the 5750G is 27% faster in multi-threaded performance and 21% faster in single-threaded performance. That isn’t too surprising given the 9900KF’s age.



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