Computex Taipei 2022 officially launched at the Taipei Nangong Exhibition Center in Taiwan from Monday to May 27th. Officially launched. In addition, the first official event of the week-long program will be led by the AMD Semiconductor Giant, along with the 2022 AMD Main Conference for Audiences.
At today’s Computex 2022 keynote event, AMD unveiled the sheets of its latest breakthrough products to the technology industry – its Raison 7000 desktop series processors and the company’s long-awaited AM5 socket motherboards.
Ryzen 7000 Desktop Processors
The Ryzen 7000 Series desktop processors are the successors to the 2021 Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processors. They are built on AMD’s latest Zen4 architecture, built on TSMC’s industry-leading innovative 5nm node manufacturing process. They are built on AMD’s latest Zen4 architecture, built on TSMC’s industry-leading innovative 5nm node manufacturing process.
Based on the Zen4 architecture, the AMD Raison 7000 Series processors are built on a chiplet-like design similar to the Zen3, but this time using the two-core complex dice built into TSMC’s 5nm node.
In addition, AMD is introducing a new 6 nm I / O Die (IOD) for the Ryzen 7000 Series desktop processors. Unlike the 14nm Global Foundries IoD used in previous Zen3 designs, AMD has now moved to TSMC for the 6nm manufacturing process for the Iodo on the Raison 7000 Series desktop processors.
Along with the production partner change, AMD also integrates an integrated GPU, which will be the only Ryzen 7000 Series desktop CPUs.This GPU is not the GPU based on the speed you will find in entry level AMD models, but is built on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture in the same architecture as the company’s dedicated graphics cards.
All of AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series CPUs are technically APUs, as graphics are now woven into the CPU’s build. As AnandTech reports, “The future of AMD’s monolithic desktop APUs is uncertain, but at the very least, all (or virtually all) of AMD’s CPUs are compatible with systems without distinct graphics.
In the keynote address at PC Game Ghostwire: Tokyo, AMD also showed off the unannounced 16-core Ryzen 7000 CPU, and the Ryzen 7000 CPU running at over 5.5GHz, the event showed shocking performance numbers. Not only AMD’s own top end Raison 5000 processors compared to last year, but also higher than Intel’s current 12th generation Core i9 processors.
Finally, AMD revealed that the Z4 will come with 1 MB of L2 cache per L2 cache, which is twice the amount of L2 cache found on Zen 3 (Zen 2) CPU cores, and the company claims that the 15% IPC upgrade will lead the Ryzen 7000 Series in single-core performance.
No special models of the Ryzen 3, 5 or 7 models of Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors were announced at the event today, but AMD CEO Do Lisa Su confirms that the company will hold a launch event for the company’s Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors. Will fall in the coming months.
AM5 Socket Motherboards
The AM5 motherboards have an LGA-type socket with 1718 pins, support DDR5 and PCIe 5.0, and feature high-end processor TDPs into the Ryzen 7000 family. The Ryzen 7000 desktop series processors will be the company’s first Ryzen processor running on AM5, meaning that AMD is officially recalling its 5-year-old AM4 motherboard technology.
The AM5 socket motherboards come with native support for TDP, DDR5 and PCIe Gen 5.0 support up to 170W, and surprisingly with AM4 motherboard coolers.
AMD has introduced 3 new AM5 motherboard chipsets for Computex 2022 today – the X670E, X670 and B650. All three models support the latest PCIE Gen 5 standard, but for a more detailed look at how PCIE Gen 5 works on all 3 motherboards, you can check the table below.
The AMD in partnership with their motherboard partners AMD has revealed that it is ready to offer the AM5 motherboards to the public, including the ASRock X670E Taichi, ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme, Biostar X670E Valkyrie and GIGABYTE X670 Aorus X670. MSI MEG X670E Ace motherboards.
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