AMD Renoir Ryzen 4000 series APU with VEGA Graphics

Ingram Micro accidentally lists Ryzen 4000 Pro series distributor pricing

Ingram Micro conveniently leaked the prices of AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 4000 Pro series APUs, codenamed Renoir. These consists of Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G, Ryzen 5 PRO 4650G and the highest spec- the Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G. Retailer and distributor sourced leaks are usually accurate as far as specs and confirmation of SKUs are concerned. The World’s worst kept secret called the ‘Matisse Refresh’ is a testament since a lot of leaks came from Gigabyte, though the SKU numbering was inaccurate. Biostar leaked a good amount of information about the Ryzen Pro series, too.

Ingram Micro is a well-known distributor internationally, responsible to distribute many hardware components, accessories, peripherals and devices. Based on the findings, there are three Pro series APUs and three standard variants. It is important to note that retail pricing will be lower than actual retail pricing, which varies from region to region.

The identified SKUs so far…

The distributor pricing confirms the SKUs models, specs and what’s the minimum we should expect roughly. The following are the prices leaked by Ingram Micro:

Ryzen 4000 Pro series specs and Ingram Micro’s distributor pricing
ProcessorCores / ThreadsBoost Clock (GHz)Cache (MB)TDP (W)Pricing
Ryzen 7 Pro 4750G8 / 164.41265$302.02
Ryzen 5 Pro 4650G6 / 124.31165$204.40
Ryzen 3 Pro 4350G4 / 84.1665$141.41

The Ryzen 5 Pro 4750G, Ryzen 5 Pro 4650G and the Ryzen 3 Pro 4350G’s added features have security features and support, according to the source. Whereas the alleged non-pro variants- Ryzen 4700G, Ryzen 5 4400G and the Ryzen 3 4200G are standard variants and should have more user-friendly prices.

What about the Ryzen 4000 GE APUs?

There’s also the GE variants. GE is lower wattage variants, and therefore the specs and architecture are set accordingly. There have been leaks about its SKU variants and specifications. We’ll just have to wait and see its pricing in the future.

What’s known about the Ryzen 4000 Pro GE series (so far)
ProcessorCores / ThreadsBoost Clock (GHz)Cache (MB)TDP (W)Pricing
Ryzen 7 Pro 4750GE8 / 163.14.335W??
Ryzen 5 Pro 4650GE6 / 123.34.235W??
Ryzen 3 Pro 4350GE4C/8T3.54.135W??

Let’s see what future releases look like. There’s plenty of APUs to go around. One can’t help but ask if we will see manufacturers be tempted to build mini PCs out of these. Ministforum was one we talked about, but ASUS, GIGABYTE and ZOTAC usually have one AMD unit out of multiple Intel variants till date.

To add, CentralPoint did reveal the SKUs and its dutch retail pricing. If you eyeball it and consider the cost and estimate profit margin between them and the retailer, you get to know the difference between retail and distributor pricing. Seeing all this, the Ryzen 4000 APUs should be out way sooner than we think. AMD is already out with Ryzen 3000 Matisse Refresh CPUs, but it wants to cover up all its bases well before Intel Rocket Lake comes out. Matisse Refresh CPUs are announced, but they’re not yet available in Amazon US at the time of writing.


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