During a recently interview with PC World, AMD employees have revealed some details on the AM5 platform for next-gen CPUs. AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su confirmed that AMD has plans to keep the AM5 platform as long-loved as AM4. And AMD also confirmed that AM4 coolers will be compatible with future AM5 CPUs.
The AMD Ryzen 7000 series Zen 4 Raphael desktop processors are expected to be launched in the second half of 2022. First engineering samples of Ryzen 7000 series 8-core and 16-core CPUs now spotted over at the MilkyWay@Home project website.
During the CES 2022 product premiere, AMD talked about upcoming next-gen Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 series desktop CPUs. A prototype of Zen4-based Ryzen 7000 CPU codename “Raphael” has been used for Halo Infinite demo.
According to VideoCardZ, the upcoming AMD’s updated Zen 3 with 3D V-cache will coming in this Spring 2022. The first confirmed 3D V-cache CPU is AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D. Currently no specs and price about this CPU. Stay tuned for more info.
According to an interview with Antony Leather (Forbes/CrazyTechLab), along with updated Zen 3 3D V-Cache, AMD will also announce some features of upcoming Zen 4 architecture at CES 2022 on January 4th.
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.
According to TechPowerUP, the upcoming AMD AM5 Zen 4 platform for “Raphael” will support PCIe Gen4 and dual channel DDR5 memory. While Intel announced yesterday that Alder Lake will support PCIe Gen5. AMD’s Raphael Ryzen 7000 series CPUs which are now expected in 2022.
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