We already know that AMD is planning new products within the Ryzen PRO series, and information about them is starting to appear on the web. A new Ryzen 5000G Pro CPU, with eight cores and 16 threads, has now been spotted online.
On the Chiphell site (via the @momomo_us pager), a CPU-Z screenshot with the results of the upcoming CPU has been published. The name is obscured, but it is expected to be a Ryzen 7 5750G, based on Cezanne architecture. This APU (similar to the Cezanne mobile model) will not support PCIe 4.0 and will have integrated graphics that will not be based on the Navi architecture. The L3 cache has also been significantly reduced, to 16MB.
To boot the system with this APU, the pager had to use a motherboard with a BIOS that has AGESA 18.104.22.168 firmware. In the announcement, the pager confirmed that the Infinity Fabric Clock was set to 2300MHz, while some samples even reached 2500MHz. The APU frequency on all cores is around 4.05GHz, with a boost of up to 4.75GHz on a single core. In addition to this, the pager mentions that the APU heats less than the Ryzen 7 5800X model.
There is currently no official release date for the Ryzen 5000G Pro CPU and APU model, but more information is expected soon.