The first AMD Zen4 processor is already among us?

AMD engineers have been preparing a new generation of processor cores for some time, which promises a lot, at least on paper. We are, of course, talking about the cores of the advanced Zen 4 processor, made with the help of 5nm technology. Initially, it is expected to be available for powerful server processors, but is expected to hit the market in 2022. A little later, it will also be available for increasingly powerful desktops and laptops.

Of course, AMD will also use Zen 4 cores to produce the upcoming Ryzen 7000 family of processors, which is being developed as part of a project called “Raphael”. It will provide support for 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.

As it turns out, the first AMD processors of the Ryzen 7000 family are ready for testing. This is a geometric example of modernity, equipped with 8 physical cores and 16 virtual cores. The frequency of the newcomer is expected to reach 5.21GHz during accelerated operation. More about AMD’s new processors of the Ryzen 7000 family will be learned at the traditional Computex Taipei conference. This will be scheduled for May 23 this year.

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