AMD introduced Ryzen 9000 processors at Computex

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AMD held its own presentation at Taiwan’s Computex event on Monday morning, where a number of new products were announced. But the most interesting thing for gamers, of course, was the new series of desktop processors.

Ryzen 9000 (desktop processor)

The recently announced Ryzen 9000 (Granite Ridge) is built on Zen 5 architecture, the company promises. 16% increase in IPC. As for the cores themselves, he mentions double the instruction and data throughput, as well as AI performance.

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In any case, the number of instructions per clock is the main improvement, since otherwise the chip remains relatively similar to its predecessor, be it the iGPU (RDNA 2), the maximum frequency or the cache size. But their design has been improved, and AMD also promises support for faster memory. The TSMC manufacturing process used is 4nm compared to the previous generation’s 5nm.

4 models were presented. The highest is 16-core Ryzen 9 9950X with a frequency of 5.7 GHz, 80 MB cache (L2+L3) and TDP set at 170 W. There is also a 12-core Ryzen 9 9900X with a frequency of 5.6 GHz and a cache of 76 MB, the consumption should be 120 W. In addition, there is Ryzen 7 9700X with 8 cores, 5.5 GHz frequency, 40 MB cache and 65 W consumption. The youngest Ryzen model announced so far also has the same TDP. 5 9600X with 6 cores, 5.4 GHz frequency and 38 MB cache.

In terms of performance, we can only look at AMD benchmarks for now. AMD says that compared to the Intel Core i9-14900K, the Ryzen 9 9950X delivers 4% to 23% better gaming performance, depending on the game. It will be interesting to see how much better the processors will be than Zen 4 with V-Cache. Zen 5 with 3D cache won’t arrive until early next year. Otherwise, in production applications the difference can range from 7% to 56%.AMD introduced Ryzen 9000 vsintel processors at Computex

Unfortunately, we don’t know the prices yet; the products will still go to market. in July. Apparently, several months before Intel releases its new Arrow Lake processors.

800 series motherboards

Along with the announcement of the processors, of course, there was a presentation of new boards, in particular the 800 series. But before we imagine the chipsets themselves, it must be said that AMD is essential. extended support for all socket AM5. Instead of 2025+ it now lights up 2027+which essentially guarantees that it will be equipped with third-generation processors, if not fourth.AMD introduced Ryzen 9000 tmeline processors at Computex

The best chipsets X870 And X870E They promise support for USB4, PCIe 5.0 lanes for GPUs and NVMe solid-state drives, as well as support for faster memory, with the base 5600 MT/s potentially breaking the 8000 MT/s mark.

Chipsets will appear in the mid-class motherboard segment B850 And B840. The B850 will not have USB4 and PCIe 5.0 support for NVMe SSD, the B840 will not even have 5.0 lanes for the GPU, and will also lack the ability to overclock the processor.AMD introduced Ryzen 9000 x870 processors at Computex

The A620 chipset will continue to serve as the entry-level chipset.

Ryzen AI 300 (laptop processor)

The main focus of the entire presentation was on the Strix laptop processors, which AMD introduced as the Ryzen AI 300 series. The processors will offer Zen 5 architecture, iGPUs built on RDNA 3.5, and NPUs with XDNA 2 cores.

What stood out the most was the AMD NPU. The AI ​​computing chip will offer 50 TOP performance (5 more than the Snapdragon X Elite), making the processors labeled “Copilot+” according to Microsoft’s recently announced specification. Laptops that have this processor inside will launch new Windows 11 features. Support for Block FP16 computing has also been announced, which should provide INT8-like speeds but FP16-like accuracy.AMD introduced Ryzen 9000 npu processors at Computex

Models were presented Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 And AI 9.365. You can see comparisons with competitors from Apple, Qualcomm or Intel below.

Laptops with Ryzen AI 300 processors will hit the market in July.

Other processors for AM4

Even after more than 7 years, AMD does not forget its old AM4 platform. Thus, the company announced two more processors, namely a 16-core one. Ryzen 9 5900XT and 8-core Ryzen 7 5800XT. The former offers 4 more cores than the base Ryzen 9 5900X, while the Ryzen 7 opts for a higher frequency than the original version.

Also these processors will be released in July.

Source :Indian TV

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