Since the competition in the field of processors does not stop, AMD engineers are already preparing a new generation of processor cores for Ryzen processors, which promises a lot, at least on paper. We are talking about advanced Zen 4 processor cores made using 5nm technology. AMD is expected to put the new arrivals on sale in the second half of this year. In all likelihood, it will be presented to the public at Computex 2022 at the end of May.
The new AMD Ryzen Zen 4 processors will be named Ryzen 7000 and will support DDR5 system memory. The newcomers will have a graphics core based on the RDNA2 architecture and will support the fast PCI-5.0 5.0 graphic data bus. In practice, this means that the new AMD processors will be able to compete with the latest Intel Alder Lake processors. AMD Ryzen Zen 4 processors are expected to feature an all-new socket, the same socket that Intel uses today. It is the LGA (Land Grid Array) socket, which provides a more stable connection between the motherboard and the processor. This is expected to bring greater capacity.
Since the Ryzen 7000 processors will likely go on sale in the third quarter of this year, AMD has put together its own line of systems. This is an AMD B650 branded system kit, which will be intended for baseboards in the lower price range. This actually means that even those who don’t have much under their thumb will be able to afford the new AMD Ryzen 7000 processors. More interesting AMD processors will be known at the end of May this year.