AMD Ryzen 7 5750G PRO Engineering Sample APU CPU-Z Benchmarks Spotted - PC SEEKERS

AMD Ryzen 7 5750G PRO Engineering Sample APU CPU-Z Benchmarks Spotted

AMD released their Zen 3 based CPUs back on 5th November, 2020 and their supply seems to be stabilizing with time unlike their RDNA2 based Radeon RX 6000 Series GPUs. With the stability in supply of their latest CPUs, it looks like AMD is gearing up to launch their Zen 3 based PRO APUs into the market and we are already spotting them in benchmark databases.


The AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro Engineering Sample APU benchmark was leaked by twitter user @patrickschur_. According to the benchmark results the AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro scored a single-thread score of 614 points while running at 4.55GHz when an extra 100MHz was achieved using PBO. In multi-threaded benchmark the APU scored 6229.4 points while running at 4.45GHz.

Yes, the tweet lists the APU as a 5700G but it has TSME which stands for Transparent Secure Memory Encryption which is a more limited form of SME (Secure Memory Encryption) used to transparently encrypt the full physical memory. AMD uses TSME in their Ryzen Pro line of processors which AMD brands for their Professional customers. Hence the CPU is an AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro Engineering sample.
The AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro APU is a 8 core 16 thread processor just like the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X. The base and boost clocks of the processor are still unknown but if history is anything to go by, the 5750G Pro APU will have base and boost clocks 100-200MHz lower than the base and boost clocks of the Ryzen 7 5800X.

Now comparing the benchmark results with other CPUs in the CPU-Z database, the 614 points secured by the APU in the single threaded benchmark is way ahead of the Intel's last gen flagship 10900K which is sitting at 584 points but is a bit slower than the Ryzen 7 5800X which scores about 663 points. As this is an Engineering Sample there is still room for improvement from AMD so expect better score at the time of release but don't expect it to beat the Ryzen 7 5800X as the Ryzen 7 5750G Pro is meant to be for professionals and thus is meant to have more stability than brute performance.

Coming to the multi-threaded score of 6229.4 points scored by the AMD Ryzen 7 5750G Pro Engineering Sample it still beats the likes of Intel Core i9 9900KS (Score: 5997) and Intel Core i7 10700KF (Score: 5661) which are both 8 core 16 thread CPUs while being slower than the Ryzen 7 5800X which scored around 6766 points.

So are you looking forward to Zen 3 based Ryzen Pro APUs from AMD? Do let us know down in the comments section below.

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