AMD recently revealed their current roadmap regarding the 7000 Series Processors and Graphics Cards.
With the latest technology of AMD’s new architecture, AMD is coming up with their new all-new gaming CPU which is going to be the Ryzen 7000 Series, and a new GPU based on RDNA 3 architecture which would come under the Radeon RX 7000. According to recent rumors, the AMD 7000 series GPU and CPU are scheduled to release in the last quarter of 2022.
AMD’s master plan is to release 3 Radeon RX 7000 series GPUs, and they are Navi 31, Navi 32, and Navi 33 which will be RX 7900 XT, RX 7700 XT, and RX 7600 XT respectively. Now here are some of the interesting things to note that is that all the Navi 33 series Graphics cards will be built on the Multi-Chip Module (MCM) technology. AMD also claims that the Navi 31 GPU will give 2.5x more times more performance over Navi 21.
Now coming back to the processor. As Intel has made an outstanding position in the market with their Alder Lake chips, PC gamers have also started expecting similar updates from AMD’s upcoming Ryzen 7000 series Processors.
As AMD has given in their statements that the upcoming CPUs will be manufactured with Zen 4 cores, this will fabricate them on using 5mm nodes where AMD is currently using 7mm nodes. So we can expect more efficiency along with maximum performance gains.
Along with the latest PCIe express 5.0 compatibility, AMD 7000 series processor will support DDR5 memory. We will be seeing the AM5 socket which would be the same as the AMD Ryzen 6000 Series Processors.
So that means like Intel’s Alder Lake and upcoming Intel’s 13th Generation Processors, the AMD Ryzen 7000 series Processors will demand a new motherboard.
Thats all folks!
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