The next generations of AMD processor have been at the heart of several rumors for a few days. The latest to date evoke the performance of the Ryzen 7000 alias Raphael.
We know that AMD will soon evolve its Ryzen platform with the adoption of AM5. We must expect a change of format since the LGA 1718 would be expected. According to a recent report, the second AM5 micro-architecture will offer a significant increase in performance.
Ryzen 7000 series (Raphael), some details
These chips will normally take advantage of Zen 4 architecture which will replace Zen 3+ to the hearts of the Ryzen 6000 (code name Rembrandt). These will normally inaugurate the transition to AM5.
For the moment it seems that AMD does not plan to exceed the 16 physical cores in the “mainstream” market. However, a 24-core design is under consideration. Zen 4 from a 5nm engraving should offer a 50% performance gain / Watt while support for the AVX-512 is on the lips. Finally Raphael might be accompanied by native support for USB 4.0 while offering a dual chanel DDR5-5200 MHz memory controller.
The Ryzen “Raphaels” are normally scheduled for 2022.
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