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AMD Zen4 arrived! Ryzen™ 7000 time-to-market exposure: 24 cores flew

via:快科技     time:2022/5/27 16:03:05     readed:94

AMD announced some specifications for the Zen4 architecture Ryzen™ 7000 series processor and 600 series motherboard chipset during the Taipei Computer Show, but it will take a while to be officially released and listed.

According to the latest exposure,The Ryzen™ 7000 will go live around August, with more precise dates unknown or yet determined.

Motherboard, High-end X670E, X670 one step ahead, the major motherboard manufacturers have begun a variety of warm-up, the mainstream B650 will be slightly later, is expected to be in the fourth quarter, but also there will be a B650E, equivalent to the enhanced version of B650.

allegedly Both X670E and B650E support Dual PCIe 5.0, that is, direct processor PCIe x16 graphics card, M2 solid-state drive can go PCIe 5.0, X670E, B650 will not be mandatory, by the motherboard manufacturers to decide, most will support at least one M.2 PCIe 5.0.

In the first half of next year, there will also be a new entry-level board A620In addition to the specifications continue to be streamlined, overclocking is not supported, and there is a high probability that there will be no PCIe 5.0.

In addition, Robert Hallock, AMD's director of technical marketing, clarified a speculation that has always been made in an interview:The Ryzen™ 7000 series processors do not have 24 cores and 48 threads, and at most they are still 16 cores and 32 threads.

He also revealed thatAm4 processors will continue to push new, Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D is not the end, but what exactly it is will not be said.As for the life of the AM5 interface, how many years will be used and how many generations of processors will be supported, AMD itself has not yet thought it out.

AMD Zen4驾到!锐龙7000被曝8月上市:24核心飞了

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