AMD may be preparing to launch Athlon Gold 4100GE, Ryzen 5 4500, Ryzen 3 4100 processor

AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series processors based on the Zen 3 architecture are currently one of the last processors on the consumer market. You should know that when it was just released, although the price was slightly higher than that of the previous generation product, the sales volume was very hot, and stocks were out of stock almost everywhere. After the sale, Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 7 5800X, and Ryzen 9 5900X quickly occupied first, second, and third place on Amazon’s best-selling CPU list.

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In the next half of the year, AMD launched Zen 3 architecture products on both mobile and server platforms. A new generation of architecture naturally took over the position of products based on Zen 2 architecture. Although Zen 3 architecture products have become mainstream, there are still many Zen 2 architecture products active in sales channels in individual fields, such as mobile platforms and embedded platforms, due to various reasons such as production capacity and applicability.

Recently, Twitter user @KOMACHI_ENSAKA discovered that on the new USB-IF list, three unreleased products were found, namely the A1 version of Athlon Gold 4100GE, Ryzen 5 4500, and Ryzen 3 4100 processors. Although it cannot be completely concluded that it is a processor using the Zen 2 architecture, given that AMD uses the Ryzen 5000 series to name all Zen 3 architecture products, these new products are most likely to be based on the Zen 2 architecture processor.
Among them, Athlon Gold 4100GE should be a replacement for Athlon Gold 3150GE. The Athlon Gold 3150GE itself has an integrated Vega architecture core display and is a product for OEMs. I believe Athlon Gold 4100GE is no exception. Although the specifications of Athlon Gold 4100GE cannot be determined, its TDP should be 35W. From a reasonable guess, Ryzen 5 4500 and Ryzen 3 4100 should replace Ryzen 5 3500 and Ryzen 3 3100. One is a six-core processor and the other is a quad-core processor with a TDP of 65W and no integrated graphics card.

It is not clear when AMD will launch these three processors, and there will be no announcements even when they are listed, but they are only quietly placed on the shelves.