US retailer, CompSource has listed AMD’s Renoir desktop processors on its eStore for rather amiable prices. Although the chips are presently out of stock, this indicates that the APUs may actually make their way to retail in the future.
The Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G has a price tag of $363 which is quite affordable considering that this is the PRO variant we’re talking about. The standard version Ryzen 7 4700G should go for around $329, the same as the launch price of the 3700X.
Other than the reduced L3 cache, the Ryzen 7 4700G has the same CPU specs as the 3700X. The primary attraction is a 1.75 TFLOP integrated GPU (same as the PS4) paired with the world’s first octa-core CPU which should allow you to run most modern games at 1080p low-medium without a discrete GPU.
CompuSource has listed the entire Renoir desktop lineup on its website. The lower-end Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G is priced at $173 while the Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G at $246. The corresponding non-PRO models should go for around $130 and $199, respectively which is honestly crazy value for the hardware you’re getting. As per SA, the Renoir APUs will make their way to retail in late August.