Industry sources revealed to Digitimes that the first generation of AMD processors manufactured at 5nm by TSMC, the Ryzen 7000will be published beginning of september.
This information comes just the day we know when these high performance desktop processors will be introduced, which will be May 23 during a digital event related to Computex 2022, when rumors indicated that the mass production of these CPUs It would have already started in April or, at the latest, during the current month of May.
It must be remembered that the AMD Ryzen 7000 will bring many new features, starting with the use of new high-performance cores AMD Zen4 to a manufacturing process 5nm from TSMC, expecting improved performance in terms of IPC 25% compared to Zen3 and reaching frequencies around 5.00GHz. Among other novelties, in addition to the AM5 socket (LGA1718) and its compatibility with AM4 cooling systems, will be added integrated AMD RDNA2 graphics card with up to 0.5 TFLOPs of power, or access to RAM memory DDR5@5200MHz.
In terms of power consumption, we are talking about some processors which, depending on the range, will offer TDPs of 65W, 105W and 170W. This last TDP is linked to the AMD Ryzen 9 7950Xthe future high-end model which will retain the configuration of 16 cores and 32 processing threads with an iGPU which would have 256 stream processors RDNA2.
The information is complemented by access to a total of 28 PCI-Express 5.0 laneswill be added Support for AVX-512 instructionsnative integration of USB 4.0 connectivity (hence these 4 additional PCIe lanes).