Ryzen 7000 processors, codenamed ‘Raphael’, will most likely be available in September. Although AMD is moving to an entirely new platform, it is not ready to retire the Ryzen 5000G (Cezanne) series.
Geekbench 5 test results revealed the existence of a new processor called Ryzen 7 5700. The Ryzen 7 5700 looks like an iteration of the Ryzen 7 5700X or Ryzen 7 5700G at first glance. The testing platform recognized this processor as part of the Cezanne family, so technically it’s a member of the Ryzen 5000G APU family.
The CPU that has surfaced has 8 Zen 3 cores and 16MB of L3 cache, the same as the 5700G. The 5700G has a base clock of 3.8 GHz, while the Ryzen 7 5700 seems to have a slower base clock of 100 MHz. Judging by the Geekbench 5 benchmark, the upgraded clock speed remains the same at 4.6 GHz. The biggest difference between the two chips lies in the integrated graphics units. As the name suggests, the Ryzen 7 5700 does not have an iGPU.
The Ryzen 7 5700 scored 1,546 points in the single-core test and 8,502 points in the multi-core test. The Ryzen 7 5700G, on the other hand, achieved 1,547 and 9,032 points, respectively, in the same tests. Single core performance between the two processors was similar. However, the Ryzen 7 5700G delivered up to 6% higher multi-core performance. With the margin of error, it is possible to say that this chip is the same as the 5700G, without integrated graphics.
It is unclear whether the Ryzen 7 5700 is an OEM processor or if AMD will bring it to the retail market. The Ryzen 7 5700G debuted at $359 but is currently available for $289. Ryzen 7 5700 x It has a price tag of around $287. It will therefore be interesting to see pricing for the Ryzen 5700, which lacks the ‘X’ or ‘G’ suffix.
|core||Base / Boost
|GPUGPU Frequency||TDP||L3 Cache|
|Ryzen 7 5700X||8 / 16||3.4 / 4.6 GHz||–||–||65W||32MB|
|Ryzen 7 5700G||8 / 16||3.8 / 4.6GHz||RX Vega 8||2,000||65W||16MB|
|Ryzen 7 5700||8 / 16||3.7 / 4.6GHz||–||–||65W||16MB|