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AGESA in August with Ryzen 7000G support [Gerücht]

AGESA in August with Ryzen 7000G support [Gerücht]

from Sven Baudouin
AMD is set to release its new AM5 firmware AGESA ComboAM5PI next month, which will include support for the Ryzen 7000G Zen 4 series desktop APU for the first time. For the first time, Phoenix is ​​supported by an RDNA-3 iGPU.

Like a Twitter user known for such pre-releases chi11eddog Now announced via SMS, AMD will be releasing new AM5 AGESA ComboAM5PI firmware in version next month and will also support Phoenix APUs with RDNA-3 iGPU.

AGESA ComboAM5PI reportedly supports Ryzen 7000G

AMD AGESA ComboAM5PI, the full name of the upcoming firmware for the AM5 platform and LGA1718 socket, is intended to support the Ryzen 7000G (“Phoenix”) planned for this year for the first time. This means that the Phoenix APUs will be the second processor family besides the Raphael CPUs in the new firmware for AM5 motherboards with the 600 chipset.

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Unlike the popular Raphael CPUs in the Ryzen 7000 series, which offer up to a total of 16 Zen 4 processor cores and a rudimentary RDNA 3 graphics unit with only two compute units and are limited to a TDP of up to 170W, the Ryzen 7000G series desktop APUs are equipped with With 8 Zen 4 cores and a Radeon 780M or Radeon 760M, it offers a cTDP of 35 to a relatively low 65W. Phoenix APUs use TSMC’s 4nm manufacturing process and feature an AI engine.