Thursday, April 9th 2020

Mysterious AMD Ryzen 3700C & 3250C Benchmarks Surface

Two unannounced AMD Ryzen chips the Ryzen 7 3700C and Ryzen 3 3250C have recently appeared on Geekbench in a device codenamed "Google Zork". These two CPUs bare resounding similarities with the Ryzen 7 3700U and Ryzen 3 3250U APUs, sharing the same core configurations and clocks. The main difference between these chips is the 15 W TDP of the C versions.

These chips are likely adapted versions of the Ryzen 7 3700C and Ryzen 3 3250C intended for use in a upcoming Google Chromebook, not the "C" which could possibly stand for Chromebook. The codename "Google Zork" first appeared last year in reference to a reference board with the AMD Picasso chipset, it's not confirmed but NotebookCheck suggests that "Google Zork" may a 2-in-1 Google Pixelbook.
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Source: Geekbench via Notebook Check
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6 Comments on Mysterious AMD Ryzen 3700C & 3250C Benchmarks Surface

#1
Darmok N Jalad
The OS is reporting as Android. Is that what would report if they ran Geekbench on ChromeOS with Android app support?
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lexluthermiester
Darmok N Jalad
The OS is reporting as Android. Is that what would report if they ran Geekbench on ChromeOS with Android app support?
No they ran it on Android. But it's just as easy to run ChromeOS on that hardware.
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#3
XiGMAKiD
Inb4 x86 is weaksauce, 7nm Cell is best!1!!
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#4
Xajel
Damn, I hope this is just an early prototype and the actual product will use 4700 instead, thought seeing the mysterious C marking could mean it will use those 3000 series APU's.
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#5
mamisano
Could the C be for Chrome OS?
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#6
Patriot
XiGMAKiD
Inb4 x86 is weaksauce, 7nm Cell is best!1!!
Heh, oh you. :toast:
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