AMD released a video featuring John Taylor and Robert Hallock who sat down to celebrate the 5 year anniversary of the AMD Ryzen brand. In early 2022, AMD confirmed that they will launch 3D V-Cache Ryzen Zen 3+ CPUs.
According to latest rumors, the upcoming AMD Zen 4 Raphael desktop CPUs will feature with improved temperature and power management. AMD Zen 4 Raphael desktop CPUs are expected to be released in the middle or late 2022, and for AM5 socket would allegedly support dual-channel DDR5 memory as well as PCIe Gen4.0.
According to leaked Gigabyte documents, the upcoming AMD Zen 4 Ryzen desktop CPUs will offer integrated graphics. While this does not mean that literally all CPUs will have iGPUs enabled, it does confirm that the mainstream Zen 4 silicon will be paired with graphics for the first time. Thus, the GPU will no longer be exclusive to the Ryzen G-Series APUs.
The upcoming AMD’s AM5 socket is also known as LGA1718, will be used by AMD next-generation Ryzen processors based on Zen 4 microarchitecture. This socket will be used by AMD 600-series motherboards which will also introduce DDR5 memory support.
According to latest rumors, the upcoming AMD Zen 4 codename “Raphael” Ryzen 7000 series desktop CPUs will be announced in September to October 2022, and release date in October to November 2022. Rumors also said there will be a Zen 3+ coming in late 2021 to early 2022.
AMD is expected to launch ZEN 4 Ryzen 7000 series (codename: Raphael) in early 2022. AMD ZEN 4 will debut on AMD’s next-gen platform AM5, which is also expected to introduce DDR5 support for AMD’s mainstream computing platform. According to latest rumors, AMD ZEN 4 Ryzen 7000 series will feature with Navi2 iGPU.