It is rated as a beast of a processor. The specifications that have been leaking in recent months promise that it will break the market. That’s him AMD Ryzen 7000 with Zen 4 microarchitecture, a device whose release date was finally released.
According to what you review anandtechAMD issued an official statement to provide details on the launch of the Ryzen 7000.
It will be, in principle, through a live broadcast on August 29 of this year. The event, which they called “Together We Advance PC” begins at 23:00 (UTC, that is, at 7:00 p.m. in Chile, 8:00 p.m. in Argentina, and 6:00 p.m. in Mexico).
During the keynote, the folks at AMD will discuss the upcoming Ryzen 7000 series processors, as well as their underlying Zen 4 architecture and associated AM5 platform. In this way it is intended to lay the groundwork before launch.
What do we know about the AMD Ryzen 7000?
For years, the power of each new generation of processors has basically resided in the cleverness of their design and the internal architecture they possess.
In the case of AMD and its new Ryzen 7000 the key factor of its power would be precisely the Zen 4 microarchitecture, which promises an increase in application performance monowire of more than 15%.
This piece of hardware promises up to 32 threads, go up to 16 cores, with PCI Express 5.0, memory 5.0, with RDNA 2 GPU microarchitecture and all 5nm based. An important evolutionary leap compared to its predecessors: the Ryzen 5000 and the Ryzen 3000.
This 5nm base with the integration of CCD (Core Complex Die) chiplets that incorporate the cores and the cache memory subsystem to allow greater efficiency would take the power of the Ryzen 7000 to another level, but that is not the most important factor.
The Zen 4 microarchitecture, thanks to its design, will allow each core to have a 1 MB L2 cache at its disposal. A figure well above the discrete 512 KB of the Zen 3 microarchitecture, and that will achieve an important change.
There is not much concrete data on the rest of the qualities of the processor and it is known that it could work at more than 5 GHz without knowing more precisely how.