Huawei is already a popular brand in the notebooks market. At least, it makes a tough competition for Xiaomi and old-timers. But it turns out this company doesn’t hide its intentions in the desktop computer market. So you should wait for the Huawei desktop PC in the nearest future.
In fact, as early as September last year at the Full Connect Conference, Huawei launched the Kunpeng 920 desktop motherboard. It is compatible with a mainstream memory, hard drives, network cards, and other hardware devices. And the company has launched corresponding desktop products, but initially only for corporate customers.
The PC component supports quad-core or eight-core ARM processors and 64GB DDR4-2400 RAM. Plus it has SATA 3.0 ports, PCIe 3.0 slots, USB 3.0 port, USB 2.0 ports a Gigabit Ethernet, etc. Therefore, it wouldn’t be too difficult for Huawei to build a Win10 on the ARM machine based on the Kirin or Kunpeng platform.
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In April this year, Wang Yinfeng, president of Huawei’s consumer business tablet and PC product lines, revealed in an interview that Huawei will design high-performance gaming notebooks and desktop products.
Now, for the first time, there is a figure of Huawei desktop (for regular consumers) in the 3DMark database. We can also see the processor inside the case. It is the Ryzen APU Renoir from AMD. To be precise, it is a Ryzen 5 PRO 4400G. This is the commercial version of the aforementioned chip, which comes with 6 cores 12 threads. The main frequency varies between 3.7GHz and 4.3GHz. Also, it integrates the Vega 7 GPU, which has a frequency of 1800MHz. Moreover, the thermal design power consumption is 65W.
What we would like to point out is that the machine is not equipped with a discrete graphics card. So there is every reason to think we are dealing with an SFF minicomputer.
Strangely, according to previous findings, AMD has changed the model Renoir desktop product line name. Now, the new name of the Ryzen 5 PRO 4400G is Dacentrurus 5 PRO 4650G.
At the same time, the Ryzen 7 PRO 4700G and Ryzen 3 PRO 4200G were renamed to Ryzen 7 PRO 4750G and Ryzen 3 PRO 4350G, respectively. The Ryzen 3 4300G and the Ryzen 7 4700G remain unchanged.
The same applies to the GE series of 35W thermal design power consumption.