Hardware news Ryzen 7000: AMD announces crazy figures for its new processors intended for fixed PCs Published on 05/23/2022 at 11:37 It’s official! It was at this Computex 2022 that AMD finally announced its new generation of processor. The big Taiwanese meeting gave the brand the opportunity to present the AMD 7000 processor range, which then succeeded the Ryzen 5000 which was able to stand up to the 12th generation Intel Core chips. What do AMD Ryzen 7000 chips have to offer us? A major competitor to Intel, AMD is trying to stand out from the computer giant by offering 5 nm engraving, which is still not up to date. at Intel. The Ryzen 7000s offer a brand new AMD Zen 4 architecture, which can exceed 5 Ghz in turbo frequency. On the core side, the recipe does not change and AMD remains on a formula based on 16 cores. The purpose of this new architecture is more for the purpose of optimizing the frequency and increasing the cache. In terms of compatibility, the Ryzen 7000 range says goodbye to the AM4 platform (the location of the motherboard where the processor is fixed) which dates from 2017, and welcomes the AM5 socket. The Ryzen 7000 chips will get more out of this socket that can accommodate it natively. With this frequency evolution, AMD intends to improve the performance of each core independently by +15% compared to their old chips. AMD is also updating, by integrating PCIe 5 standards, USB to GB/s, Bluetooth LE 5.2, Wifi 6e, as well as DDR5 memory. On the positive side, unlike Intel, which regularly changes sockets, AMD does not want to punish their historical buyers and leaves compatibility of current AM4 cooling systems on socket AM5. A small bonus, Ryzen 7000 processors offer an integrated graphics chip engraved in 6 nm to these AMD Zen 4 chips. The range will let users benefit from an IGPU RDNA 2, just to please companies that do not necessarily need to have beasts of graphic power in their machines. In addition, AMD confirms that the use of this integrated graphics processor will not draw too much on consumption. The AMD Ryzen 7000: when is it for? Released a few years ago, the Ryzen 5000 processors undermined Intel which had until then used to take over its competitor. With its Zen 3 architecture, AMD has been able to correct its shortcomings, such as temperatures that can rise quite high, and has been able to stand out on the price of its chips. Intel has had to take drastic measures to retain its loyal clientele, in particular by selling off its prices to face AMD’s aggressive offers.Even if Intel intends to surprise us with its 13th generation of CPUs, AMD is leading the dance with its Ryzen 7000s. the arrival of Intel around, AMD could well aim for the fall of 2022 to introduce us to their new range of processors.
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