We already know that AMD already unveiled some of its newer Ryzen processors last CES 2018 in Las Vegas. However, the actual product remains to be unseen, until today.
A Baidu user has shared us the pictures of what seems to be the retail packaging for the upcoming Ryzen 3 2200G and Ryzen 5 2400G CPUs with Radeon Vega Graphics inside, but got deleted, and luckily, a Redditor (riposte64) managed to snag it out and reshare it with us.
It also seems on these photos that the packaging was intended for the Chinese market, due to the existence of the Chinese characters along the packaging.
Sources says there will be Vega 8 Graphics for the 2200G while the Ryzen 5 will have Vega 11 Graphics, which are slated to come out in the market next month – February 12, to be exact.
These Ryzen APUs are well-anticipated among budget users who are in the quest of upgrading their system without breaking the bank on buying a decent graphics card due to the unforeseen increase in graphics cards prices due to so many reasons aside from cryptocurrency miners snagging out the supplies.
It is also expected to cost cheaper than Intel’s counterparts.