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Did ASRock and ASUS make a mistake?
The two new arrivals, Ryzen 5 2400GE and Ryzen 3 2200GE, were overwhelmed before time.
Our more prominent readers were probably told that these names had been seen many times before, but the "E" sign was missing from the end of the sign. Based on the information leaked by ASRock, this AMD nomenclature designates energy-saving models, so hopefully emerging newcomers will emerge in this field. As a result, both Ryzen APUs received the 35 watt TDP rating and therefore their operating frequency decreased by 300-400 MHz. It is likely that the IGP's tempo will fall somewhat, but we did not receive any data. Aside from the ASRock, new models have also appeared on the ASUS website, but there is some confusion in the stuff here.
Will you have a claim?
It is doubtful that the consumption of Ryzenek's yesterday can be adjusted to 45 watts (the factory value is 65 watts), so it seems a little strange to throw two other processors into deep water for another 10 watt. It is possible that there will also be a way to reduce the TDP, but of course we can not continue it indefinitely (improperly), because with such low energy consumption we can not expect a more serious speed.
Source: ASRock, ASUS