The benchmarks of AMD’s new Ryzen 8000G APUs amaze everyone. Here’s what has emerged from the data that has emerged to date.

The CES 2024 in Las Vegas which was held at the beginning of January was the perfect showcase for dozens of companies to present some of their products coming to the market. And we are talking about both established big tech companies and startups which, as always, are looking for cutting-edge systems and methods to try to revolutionize the sector.

The benchmarks of AMD’s new Ryzen 8000G APUs amaze everyone (AMD screenshot)

Among many, AMD was also able to finally reveal the new Ryzen 8000G Desktop APUs to its public. These are the first components ever with Zen4 architecture, and will be made available on the market starting from January 31, 2024.

Meanwhile, some tests have confirmed absolute level benchmarks. Even better than expected, for a huge leap in quality and perfect for all latest generation PCs. Here’s what emerged, you might want to consider purchasing it.

AMD APU Ryzen 8000G: what emerged from the benchmarks of recent days

AMD’s new Ryzen 8000G APUs are preparing to revolutionize the market. With a benchmark that reveals top-of-the-range performance that has never been seen before, as also confirmed by the experts at Tom’s Hardware. According to what emerged, the company will launch four different versions. That is, the Ryzen 7 8700G, the Ryzen 5 8600 G, the Ryzen 5 8500G and the Ryzen 3 8300G.

AMD Ryzen 8000G APU, the benchmarks drive everyone crazy (AMD screenshot)

While the first three can be purchased in the standalone version, the last one will be reserved exclusively for the company’s partners and OEMs. As mentioned, there are huge improvements in performance. So much so that we are talking about 30% more than the Ryzen 5000G APUs that were made public in 2021. All thanks to the new Zen4 architecture, which will mark an unprecedented turning point.

Especially due to the increase in the clock frequencies of the chips, which will reach 5.0 GHz. The results of the benchmarks on PassMark were surprising, with the 7 8700G obtaining 32,117 points, the Ryzen 5 8600G with a score of 25,957 points and finally the Ryzen 5 8500G with 21,796 points. Consider that the Ryzen 7 5700G had achieved 24,638 points, while the Ryzen 5 5600G not even 20,000 points.

The most convincing of the three seems to be the Ryzen 5 8500G, which had a slightly penalized final result due to AMD’s Phoenix 2 architecture. That includes the low-performance Core Zen4 and Core Zen4c. If you want to improve your PC, this component could be the most suitable of all.