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AMD to present some insights on January 4th, 2022 on its pipeline for CES 2022

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AMD will be on hand to discuss the latest products in the pipeline at CES 2022, which is just a few weeks away. Dr. Lisa Su, AMD’s CEO, will be the featured speaker at AMD’s “2022 Product Premiere,” which will take place on January 4th, 2022, at 10 a.m. EST. Su will “highlight innovations and solutions featuring upcoming AMD Ryzen processors and AMD Radeon graphics,” according to AMD, which didn’t go into great detail when announcing the event.

AMD requires a potent counterpunch to Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake processor family. In gaming benchmarks, the Core i9-12900K easily defeated AMD’s Ryzen 5000 family, and the Core i7-12700K is no slouch either at a lower price point. According to rumors, AMD will release a Zen 3 refresh that will include its new 3D V-Cache technology as a bridge between the current Zen 3 and the next-generation Zen 4 families.

AMD indicated that Zen 3-based Ryzen processors with 3D V-Cache would be available later this year, implying that TSMC is likely already producing them. While current Ryzen 5000 CPUs have a maximum of 64MB of L3 cache, 3D V-Cache adds a further 64MB of 7nm SRAM cache to the top of the core complex die (CCD). AMD increased the maximum amount of L3 cache from 64MB to 192MB with this design.

According to AMD’s calculations, a Ryzen 9 5900X with 3D V-Cache can boost gaming performance by up to 15% at 1080p resolution (on average). This may provide AMD with the ammunition it requires to compete with the Core i9-12900K and Core i7-12700K. Still, we’ll need to look at real-world results from our suite of productivity and gaming benchmarks (rather than simply AMD-approved programs), as well as predicted price increases over existing Ryzen 5000 CPUs.

The Core i9-12900K and Core i7-12700K have MSRPs of $589 and $409, respectively, while the Ryzen 9 5950X and Ryzen 9 5900X have MSRPs of $799 and $549, respectively. The price gap between AMD and Intel’s enthusiast-class processors will almost certainly widen as a result of 3D V-Cache.

We expect to hear a lot more about AMD’s entry-level Radeon RX 6400 and Radeon RX 6500 XT RDNA 2 graphics cards in terms of graphics cards. Both graphics cards will have 4GB of GDDR6 memory, according to a recent leak from the Eurasian Economic Commission (ECC). This should be enough to play modern games at 1080p with moderate amounts of eye candy enabled. These cards are expected to compete with NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 3050, which is expected to debut at CES 2022.

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AMD’s Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt” processors, which are said to pair Zen 3 CPUs with RDNA 2 GPUs, are another possibility for a CES 2022 introduction. These chips will very certainly end up in gaming laptops and, eventually, OEM desktop PCs from Lenovo and Hewlett-Packard. AMD isn’t expected to reveal much (if anything) on its future Zen 4 CPU and RDNA 3 GPU families at the event. Both are expected to use TSMC’s 5nm fabrication node and will be tough competitors for Intel and NVIDIA, respectively.

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Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.


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