AMD’s Ryzen 3 7320U processor, which has not yet been released, was recently on a new list on Userbenchmark. The Ryzen 3 7320U is most likely an old architecture CPU. We are looking at Zen3 or probably even older. The Ryzen 3 7320U is based on the FT6 socket and comes with a quad-core configuration. These configurations match those of the most recently announced Mendocino, which has a low power consumption and low cost APU designed for mobile devices.
This quad-core CPU has a base clock of 2.4GHz and has a boost of over 4.1GHz. The boost is perfectly suited to the kind of low power market Mendocino is targeting and it doesn’t have to go any higher than this. The news about the Zen2 architecture on which the Ryzen 7000 APU is based surprises us the most. And this isn’t the first time AMD has brought a mix of different architectures into the same series.
Thanks to a slide that leaked out a few days ago, we know a few tits and bits about Mendocino. This is where the information on the FT6 socket emerged. We also heard that the Mendocino would come with two RDNA2 Compute Units. However, the device ID confuses us as it does not match any known integrated GPU. In terms of launch, we’re looking at the fourth quarter this year.
AMD Ryzen 3 7320U Graphics Card
FT6, 1 CPU, 4 cores, 8 threads
Base clock 2.4 GHz, turbo 4.1 GHz (avg)https://t.co/eKSM2IFcpD pic.twitter.com/hVp0VUXBjV
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