AMD’s Raven Ridge APU has been located on SiSoftware’s database, showing some early details of AMD’s upcoming Ryzen-based APU lineup.
The first thing is the CPU’s model name, 2M3001C3T4MF2_33/30_N, which schemes suggest that the CPU portion of this APU has 4 cores, 4MB of L3 cache and base/boost clock speeds of 3.0GHz and 3.3GHz.
This particular APU’s GPU features 11 total Compute Units and 704 Stream processors, which just 192 GPU cores fewer than AMD’s RX 460, though this engineering sample is listed as having GPU clock speeds of 800Mhz.
The first M in this APU’s codename could be seen as a sign that this APU is designed for “Mobile” use, which is great news for those that want Ryzen powered Laptops or notebooks. Though no TDP information is available for this APU right now.
According to AMD’s roadmaps, AMD’s desktop Raven Ridge APUs will come with TDP of 35W to 95W, which means that the desktop variants of these APUs will have higher clock speeds for both CPU and GPU part.