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AMD Ryzen 7000 “together we advance_PCs” Live Blog (7pm ET/23:00 UTC)

Finally the date came. AMD will air a “together we Advance_PCs” event this evening focused on the upcoming launch of its next-generation Ryzen 7000 processors.

AMD first announced the Ryzen 7000 platform and branding at Computex 2022, and while stating that it will launch in the fall, has provided some pretty high-level details about its upcoming consumer processor platform. The new CPU family will feature up to 16 Zen 4 cores using TSMC’s optimized 5nm manufacturing process for the core complex die (CCD) and TSMC’s 6nm process for the I/O die (IOD). Install. AMD hasn’t revealed much about the Zen 4 architecture itself, but Computex’s presentation indicates a few percent increase in IPC and an additional few percent increase in peak clock speeds is expected. -Threaded performance.













AMD desktop CPU generation
anand tech Raizen 7000
(Raphael)
Risen 5000
(Vermeer)
Raisen 3000
(Matisse)
CPU architecture Zen 4 Zen 3 Zen 2
CPU core Up to 16C/32T Up to 16C/32T Up to 16C/32T
GPU architecture RDNA2 none none
GPU core to be decided none none
memory DDR5 DDR4 DDR4
platform AM5 AM4 AM4
CPU PCIe lane 24x PCIe 5.0 24x PCIe 4.0 24x PCIe 4.0
manufacturing process CCD: TSMC N5
IOD: TSMC N6
CCD: TSMC N7
IOD: GloFo 12nm
CCD: TSMC N7
IOD: GloFo 12nm

The Ryzen 7000 series is also notable for being the first chiplet-based CPU from AMD to integrate a GPU. In this case the GPU is built into his IOD. A modest GPU will allow AMD’s CPUs to provide their own graphics, eliminating the need to use a discrete GPU just to boot the system, providing plenty of performance for basic desktop work is expected.

Tonight’s presentation should finally see AMD start talking about the launch details of their AM5 platform in conjunction with their Ryzen 7000 CPUs. This should include performance expectations and a little more information about the motherboard and, of course, information about the specific chip SKUs hitting the market, including core configs, clock speeds and pricing. With any luck, you may also learn a little more about the Zen 4 architecture. CEO Dr. Lisa Su and his CTO Mark Papermaster will be presenting some of the event.

The event starts tonight, August 29thth, 7:00 PM ET (23:00 UTC). Join us for live blog coverage of the next-generation AMD desktop CPU announcements.

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