Next-generation consoles could be powered by leaked AMD Zen and Navi APU

An avid hardware leaker by the name of APISAK has leaked an as-yet-unannounced AMD APU. According to APISAK (via Neowin), the APU is codenamed Gonzalo, with the specification 2G16002CE8JA2_32/10/10_13E9.

APISAK breaks down the specification in an image, explaining what the different parts mean:

From this, we can learn that the AMD Gonzalo APU has a base frequency of 1.6Ghz that can be boosted up to 3.2Ghz. It will come packed with 8 cores, potentially based on the Zen+ or Zen2 architecture. Gonzalo also comes with a GPU, Navi Lite, that is based on the 7nm process node.

The current revision is 0, meaning it has not yet been revised. In addition, it has a G which is suspected to mean Gaming.

Finally, the diagram shows it uses an AM4 socket, 4MB of L2 cache and 16MB of L3 cache. 10/10 appears to refer to the base/boost frequency for the GPU, meaning a 1.0Ghz clock speed.

Based on this information, it’s possible that this could be the AMD APU that is to be used in next-generation consoles, more so if the G does stand for Gaming.

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