A post over at Baidu shows an overclocking result for a purported AMD Ryzen 5750G Pro. The reporter had the chip overclocked at 4.8GHz at a whopping 1.47V to achieve stability. Apparently, the chip managed 4.9Ghz at 1.5V, but was unstable. I can’t say I’d sign up for those voltage levels long term, but it’s an interesting data point to see nonetheless. Head over to see more, but bring your translator.
A user over on the Chiphell forums has shared an alleged CPU-Z screenshot of the an AMD Ryzen 7 Pro 5750G. Purported specs roll in with a default all core of 4.05Ghz and max all core of 4.75GHz. This looks to be an 8/16 setup, with a 65W TDP. This should run a bit cooler than the 105W Ryzen 5 5800X, also an 8/16 chip making it friendly for budget builds. We’ll see more when these chips officially roll out.