A few hours after the AMD event at Computex, new leaks arrive, such as being able to confirm that the AMD Ryzen 7000 will offer a 15% improvement in single-core performance compared to the current Ryzen 5000. It is also reported that the L2 cache has been doubled so that each core has 1MB of cacheand that Turbo frequencies will overcome the barrier of 5.00MHz.
Don’t forget that the AMD event will start on Monday morning, at 8:00 a.m. peninsular Spanish time (7am in the Canary Islands), so we’ll be there to see if there’s an ad that’s been saved from leaks.
Under the processor package, there is a maximum configuration of two compute matrices, each capable of housing a maximum configuration of 8 cores and 16 threads under the architecture AMD Zen4 to a manufacturing process 5nmwhile the I/O at 6nm includes new controllers to support DDR5 RAM and PCI-Express 5.0 interface, not to mention add an AMD RDNA2 integrated graphics card. Perhaps worst of all, that its launch will not be ready until the fall, that is, in the best case they will arrive end of Septemberwhile at worst, end December.
It is also confirmed that the AMD AM5 (LGA1718) socket can be accompanied by three chipsets: the AMD X670 Extreme (designed for overclockers), the AMD X670where PCIe 5.0 connectivity for the GPU or SSD will be optional, and a AMD B650 designed for budget motherboards where PCIe 5.0 will be limited to SSD. Motherboards using these chips will support up to 24 PCIe 5.0 lanes, up to 14 USB ports, WiFI 6E + Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, and up to four video outputs in the form of HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 2 to take advantage of integrated graphics.
Finally, APU filtration AMD Mendocino by the end of the years, low-cost SoCs manufactured in 6nm by TSMC with a configuration of 4 cores and 8 processing threads AMD Zen2 (2nd generation) but with graphics AMD RDNA2. It is stated that they will bring to life laptops of $399 to $699 with up to 10 hours of battery life.
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