So Tom’s hardware According to the report, AMD’s 4700S desktop kit – for compact motherboards CPU, Cooler, and system RAM are already installed and configured for use on over 80 systems from various PC manufacturers, as confirmed by AMD itself.
According to AMD, these PCs were released on June 24th, though not only in Asia. However, it is not clear when these kit-based PCs will be available in other regions such as the United States and Europe. ..
The desktop kit provides the core components for insertion into a small case.All you need is a power supply (300W or more recommended) and storage (SATA) and Graphics card (Only certain less powerful GPU models are supported).
As mentioned earlier, the included 8-core AMD 4700S processor is very similar to the chip that powers the PS5, with the main difference being the lack of integrated graphics. Therefore, you need a separate GPU with a single PCIe x16 slot. It is provided to store the graphics card.
As Tom’s Hardware observes, the 4700S and PS5 SoC photos look very well matched, at least physically, between the chips, but as mentioned earlier, the PC version has integrated graphics. The clock may be a little slower.
What’s happening here is that the PS5 chip that didn’t meet the required grade was reused for use in the PC kit, slowed down a bit, disabled graphics, and was fine. It is possible that you have confirmed.
Tom’s Hardware asked AMD if this was actually a reused PS5 SoC, but the company wasn’t attracted to the comments and issued a general statement. Robust, core-rich performance in the mainstream market – ideal for multitasking, productivity, and lightweight 3D workflows. “
By the way, if you’re wondering which cards are supported when you mention the less powerful graphics cards for the 4700S desktop kit, AMD’s front is the RX 550, 560, 570, 580, and 590 models. At Nvidia, it’s the GT 710, GT 730, GT 1030, GTX 1050 and 1050 Ti, and GTX 1060 GPUs.
Many AMD PCs have what looks like a PS5 chip.