As the release of the new gen Ryzen 3000 CPUs getting closer, more and more rumours are flooding in the air. The Zen 2 architecture is on the verge of its an announcement in the upcoming months both for the desktop and server.
Now it’s being said that these new 7nm CPUs will have boost clocks of up to 4.5GHz, and a 15% higher IPC compared to Zen+ architecture. Also, leaks suggest that these new CPUs will have its own new motherboard will make the way for 4th Gen PCIe which is expected to be seen on the upcoming Navi GPUs.
It is also said that motherboard manufacturers including ASUS, Gigabyte and MSI have already received the early Zen 2 samples, and they also have been testing them for compatibility issues on their respective products.
The samples are supposedly having a 15% higher IPC compared to Zen+ architecture and are said to have a boost clock of up to 4.5GHz which is quite impressive and further overclock-able with cooler as obvious. The high end variants like ThreadRipper must have high clock frequency up to 5GHz due to the improved 7nm architecture.
It is reported that the new CPUs will require the X570 chipset motherboards and also the older AM4 motherboards even the A320 socket ones will also not be supported. But one thing is clear, for the rise of new 7nm generation new end motherboards will very much required.
We also hope that this platform will be ready for the new generation of GPUs also by AMD. The Ryzen 3000 lineup is also rumoured to include 40 PCIe lanes, even more than twice of what Intel’s latest 9th Generation CPUs offer.
Now as the launch of the new 7nm products are not far away, in AMD’s next event we will get the idea of the new gen 7nm products both CPUs and GPUs.
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