AMD Renoir APUs to feature up to 832 stream processors?

Posted on Wednesday, Dec 18 2019 @ 16:29 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
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Reddit user _rogame compiled a list of all rumored upcoming AMD Renior-based APUs, you can check it out over here. This includes desktop and mobile configurations, with all possible SKUs. There are four main categories: 15W TDP for ultraportable laptops, 45W TDP for mainstream laptops, 65W for mainstream desktops, and 35W for low-power desktops.

Renior features Zen 2 based processor cores in combination with Vega-based integrated graphics. It appears there may be Renior APUs with an iGPU with up to 13 NGCUs, which means these will have 832 stream processors:
As for the iGPU itself, "Renoir" was last reported as being a processor that combines "Zen 2" CPU cores with an iGPU that has SIMD machinery from the "Vega" architecture, but with updated display- and multimedia-engines from "Navi." According to _rogame, Renoir's iGPU will have up to 13 NGCUs, which work out to 832 stream processors. AMD internally marks the iGPU as RV B##, where RV refers to "Radeon Vega," and B## referring to the iGPU variant. The commercial name of the iGPU will be different. B12 is the highest variant, with 12-13 CUs, B10 has 10-11 CUs, B8 has 8-9 CUs, B6 has 6 CUs, and B4 has 3-4 CUs. The B12 configuration will be exclusive to the mobile parts.
The first Renior-based APUs are expected to be announced in early 2020.

Via: TechPowerUp


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