Filter a release date for the Ryzen 7000 series

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Already at the beginning of this year, at the CES 2022 show, we saw how AMD dated to the middle of this year the future arrival of its next generation of processors Ryzen 7000 for desktops, based on the new Zen 4 architecture. So while some early rumors hinted at the possibility of a small advance for this spring, and later at the end of the year, the latest leaks point to a date for a new line with the company’s first announcement, in the third quarter of the year.

Specifically, the latest report shared by DigiTimes alleges that upcoming Ryzen 7000 series processors (leaked under the code name “Raphael”) will be released in September 2022. Although it looks like we won’t have to wait that long to find out some official details on these processors, pointing to a first preview presentation at the upcoming Computex 2022 later this month, in which AMD is expected to talk about the SmartAccess technology. Storage (SAS), a supposed new technology to increase storage speed that could be inspired by DirectStorage.

As for the processors themselves, it is already confirmed that the new Ryzen 7000 will arrive built under 5 nanometer technology and the already advanced Zen 4 architecture, which will bring an 18% jump in instructions per cycle (IPC) over the previous generation. Although unfortunately AMD has not yet clarified whether this increase refers to the Zen 3 base architecture, or one of its later revisions such as Zen 3D or Zen 3+.

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And it is that each chiplet will have a total of 8 hearts, and thanks to SMT technology, you can move a total of 16 wires. We expect deep changes that will improve IPC and increase working frequencies above 5 GHz, a milestone in modular processor designs.

So, putting these details together with the rest of the previously leaked data, we complete the picture of these new processors with compatibility with AM5 socket (LGA1718) of the next generation and the DDR5 RAM package, as well as with the new PCIe 5.0 storage standardensuring full compatibility with the next generation of desktop components.

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