AMD unveiled AMD Ryzen 7000 Series desktop CPUs using the Zen 4 architecture and capable of running at over 5GHz at Computex 2022.
AMD introduces the Ryzen 7000 desktop processors and the AM5 platform
AMD used a Ryzen 7000 chip operating at 5.5GHz and a Blender multi-threaded rendering job to demonstrate that it is 30 percent faster than a Core i9-12900K during the presentation. Intel will undoubtedly take notice of this.
The Ryzen 7000 series CPUs feature AMD RDNA 2 graphics, DDR5, and PCIe 5.0 capabilities, as well as an all-new Zen 4 architecture built on an improved 5nm technology. To accommodate the chips being used for AI workloads, AMD doubled the L2 cache to 1MB per core, enhanced single-threaded performance by more than 15%, and enlarged the available instruction set.
The other key factor in the future success of the Ryzen 7000 series is the new AM5 socket, featuring a 1,718 pin LGA design capable of supporting processors with up to a 170W TDP, and offering dual channel DDR5 memory, and a new SV13 power infrastructure. AMD also squeezed 24 PCIe 5.0 lanes into the AM5 platform, included support for up to 14 USB 3.0 ports of varying types, four HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 2 ports, and Wi-Fi 6E.
Three levels of AM5 motherboards will be offered carrying the names B650, X670, and X670 Extreme. B650 is the standard motherboard with support for PCIe 5.0 storage. X670 is aimed at enthusiast overclockers with PCIe 5.0 storage and optional graphics card support. Finally, the X670 Extreme motherboards promise to have the most connectivity options, “extreme overclocking capabilities,” and support for two graphics card slots and two PCIe 5.0 storage slots.
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