AMD Renoir Desktop Prices Surface: ~400 Bucks for 8-Core Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G, Launch on 17th July

The prices of AMD’s Renoir desktop APUs have surfaced, along with the expected launch dates. We’re looking at a sticker price of around 400 bucks for the 8-core flagship, the Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G with an estimated launch date of 17th July. I suspect this is the date of announcement, and the hard launch will happen on the 21st of July:

The quad-core APUs start just below €200 (the US prices will be lower), with the Ryzen 5 chips costing a decent €250. Finally, the top-end 4750G packing nearly the same firepower as the PS4 is priced at €388. Expect the US pricing to be around $150 for the Ryzen 3, slightly above $200 for the Ryzen 5 and the Ryzen 7 costing about $350.

Keep in mind that these are the PRO series CPUs for workstations and professionals with advanced security features. These will likely be sold via separate channels and with pre-built desktops.

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Areej Syed

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