A few days after the official launch of the Ryzen 4000 G Series with integrated graphics, AMD has not yet provided information on the prices of the new desktop APUs based on Zen 2 architecture and Radeon integrated graphics.
The first details on the prices of the Ryzen 4000G come once again from the well-known leaker momomo_US which, in a post on Twitter, publishes what seems to all intents and purposes an internal AMD slide that refers to the new price list of the US manufacturer.
The table that you find below includes only three Ryzen 4000G models – Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G (E), 5 PRO 4650G (E) and Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G (E) – products that apparently, however, will be aimed exclusively at OEMs, at least for the moment. Prices are quite attractive and start at $ 149 for the Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G / E, going up to $ 209 for the exacore Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G / E.
The top 8 core / 16 thread model, Ryzen 7 PRo 4750G / E (65 / 35W) will apparently cost $ 309, a really bad price if we think that the Ryzen 7 3700X (8c / 16t) is placed at 329 $ list (but without iGPU).
According to reports Hardwareluxx in addition, AMD has confirmed that the Ryzen 4000G line is intended for the OEM market only and compatible with motherboards based on AMD 500 series chipsets; new APU models should arrive later and will be destined for the DIY (Do It Yourself) segment as well as compatible with AMD 400/500 series platforms.
The 5G that does not give up anything? Motorola Edge, on offer today from Tecnosell to 510 euros or from Unieuro to 589 euros.