The much-anticipated AMD conference will take place tomorrow at 8 AM Poland time, during which we will learn more information about the Ryzen 7000 series processors from the Rapahel family. They use the new Zen 4 micro-architecture, which is sure to bring an additional boost in both single-threaded and multi-threaded performance. Besides the processors, the first motherboards will also be offered with the AMD X670E, X670, and B650 chipset. Meanwhile, ten hours or so before the conference began, some new information about the processors appeared on the net. Some have confirmed the rumors so far, others complement what has already been discussed and confirmed by the manufacturer itself.
More than twelve hours before the AMD conference, more information about the Ryzen 7000 processors from the Rafael family appeared on the network.
AMD Ryzen 7000 – An engineering sample of the Zen 4 processor appeared on the network. New information on the microarchitecture of Zen 5 and Zen 6
According to the information published by the portal Video Cards Based on private sources, the capabilities of the Ryzen 7000 processors will be presented at the AMD conference as part of the start of the Computex trade show. Over 15% increase in single-thread performance and achieve turbo clocks of over 5GHz. The new Ryzen 7000 chips will also be equipped with twice the L2 cache (1MB per core) and advanced instructions for accelerating AI computations.
AMD X670E, X670 and B650 – New chipsets for AM5 motherboards are coming. Only one of them will support PCIe 5.0 interface
A slide also shows the appearance of the wizard. As you can see, there will not be much change here compared to the current units. Processors will still consist of up to two chiplets and a separate I/O block. The master chips will be manufactured on a 5nm lithography from TSMC while the I/O will be manufactured on a 6nm process from the same company. AMD finally confirms the use of an integrated RDNA 2 graphics chip, PCIe 5.0 bus support, and DDR5 memory controller. The manufacturer also announces the use of a new architecture that places a strong emphasis on lower power consumption. The Ryzen 7000 chipset will debut this fall. We’ll learn more details about the Ryzen 7000 processors tomorrow morning. Details will appear on PurePC.pl.
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