AMD Zen 5
AMD has confirmed its range of Ryzen 8000 series CPUs based on its Zen 5 will launch sometime in 2024. It will include Navi 3.5 graphics and use the AM5 socket.
We can hope to see a Zen 5 launch, but that might just be an initial unveiling, given that next-gen Ryzen desktop CPUs may not arrive until later in 2024.
A new rumor suggests that next-gen Ryzen desktop processors might not turn up until right at the end of 2024, which would be great news for Intel.
AMD's latest release of Ryzen Master Tuning Utility supports its new Ryzen 8000G 'Hawk Point' family of APUs, letting you tweak your new chip.
Okay, so we've heard these 30% generational uplift rumors before, but a YouTube leaker reckons more sources are now insisting Zen 5 is going for big gains.
We've been hearing some different dates for the potential release of next-gen desktop CPUs from AMD, so it's good to get this confirmation.
AMD officially launches Ryzen 8000G 'Hawk Point' APUs: 8700G costs $329, 8600G costs $229, and 8500G costs $179 with great integrated GPU performance.
AMD's next-gen Zen 5 processors launching in 2H 2024, with next-gen flagship X870E motherboards and rumored support for DDR5-8000 memory support.
AMD's new premium APU is codenamed Kraken Point, will reportedly feature 4 x Zen5 and 4 x Zen5c cores, with an upgraded RDNA 3.5 GPU.
AMD confirms its next-gen 'Strix Halo' APU will feature up to 16 cores based on Zen 5 CPU architecture, 40 RDNA 3.5-based Compute Units.
AMD details the Zen4c core frequencies for its upcoming Ryzen 8000G series APUs: Ryzen 5 8500G boosts up to 3.7GHz, Ryzen 3 8300G boosts up to 3.6GHz.
AMD's new Ryzen 8000G processors with Phoenix 2 die will have limited memory and PCIe capabilities, Phoenix 1 is better across the board.
AMD announces some new desktop processors and the new Ryzen 8000G CPUs include RDNA 3 graphics to deliver the fastest-ever integrated desktop graphics.
AMD's upcoming Ryzen 5 8600G Zen 4 desktop APU teased: 6 cores, 12 threads at up to 5.0GHz, 8 CU RDNA 3 integrated GPU for better gaming performance.
YouTube leaker brings us more rumors on the next-gen Xbox which is supposedly set to debut in 2026, well ahead of Sony's PS6 launch timeframe.
AMD's next-gen EPYC 'Turin' CPUs turn up in new leaks: featuring up to 128 Zen 5 cores or 192 Zen 5c CPU cores, the first with Zen 5.
AMD launches its new Ryzen 8040 series 'Hawk Point' APUs with improved NPUs for generative AI workloads, teases Strix Point APUs with 3x AI performance.
AMD is reportedly working on two new CPUs with its 3D V-Cache technology: the 8-core Ryzen 7 5700X3D and the 6-core Ryzen 5 5500X3D processors.
AMD's new Ryzen 8000G series CPUs are expected to launch at the end of January 2024, according to GIGABYTE, as a new desktop APU on the AM5 platform.
Okay so this is probably fake, but this alleged flyer from Alienware is teasing AMD Ryzen 9000 Series gaming desktops coming soon.
AMD's new Ryzen 8000 series 'Hawk Point' APU powers Minisforum's new 14-inch tablet, which has a 1440p 165Hz display for the 3-in-1 tablet.
AMD's future-gen Escher, Kraken Point, Strix Point, Strix Halo, and Fire Range APUs get teased in a new leak, Fire Range: 16-core Zen 5 + X3D tech.
AMD's next-gen Strix Point Halo APU: Zen 5 chiplet deisgn (up to 16 cores) with 40 RDNA 3+ Compute Units which will be on-par to RTX 4070 Max-Q GPU.
YouTuber Moore's Law is Dead lays down some clarifications and attempts to be realistic about what sort of gains Zen 5 - and Zen 6 - might deliver.
Turning the $95 Ryzen 5 4600G into a 16GB graphics card creates a cost-effective way to run AI apps like Stable Diffusion without breaking the bank.
Ryzen 8000 is going to be a big step forward for AMD, if the latest rumor is right, and it comes from an apparently trusted source of a YouTube leaker.
With the AMD Phoenix powered ROG Ally ushering in a new era for mobile gaming performance, things are about to go crazy with the upcoming Strix Halo APU.
Preliminary support for Zen 5 chips has been added to the AIDA64 benchmarking suite, giving us another clue that Ryzen 8000 could launch in mid-2024.
If the latest rumor around Ryzen 8000 processors is right, Intel will need to make sure Arrow Lake CPUs are seriously good to compete.
A new six core CPU for the Ryzen 7000 series, with info pointing to AMD launching a budget friendly Ryzen 5 7500F as early as this week.
The Ryzen 5 5600X3D is exclusive to Micro Center, and you'll have to get down to your local bricks-and-mortar store to buy one of these processors.
Budget 3D V-Cache? That's a definite possibility with new reports indicating that AMD is prepping to launch a Ryzen 5 5600X3D CPU for the AM4 platform.
If the latest leak is right, the Arrow Lake 8+32 core top dog could be up to a staggering 75% faster than Raptor Lake flagship with multi-core performance.
Rumor mill previously floated the idea of a first half of 2024 launch, but another leak puts Ryzen 8000 in the same timeframe as Intel's Arrow Lake.
A consensus seems to be forming among prominent leakers on the AMD side that Zen 5 processors should offer a 20% IPC uplift compared to Ryzen 7000.
Another rumor has popped up on Zen 5 - they're coming thick and fast now - which makes it seem like these CPUs will be a huge leap forward over Ryzen 7000.
Mainly because it comes from the brains behind the original Zen architecture, Jim Keller, who seems to think Zen 5 will be a big leap forward.
One leaker believes we could be looking at a 15% to 20% speed boost, another contends that Zen 5 processors might push performance higher still.
Ryzen 8000 processors aren't ready for a surprise attack late in 2023, it seems, as GIGABYTE has clarified it made a mistake in a recent press release.
AMD has strict safeguards for the Ryzen 5800X3D to prevent overclocking, but a software bug allows for ramping up the voltage - with disastrous results.
The range of processors to succeed Ryzen 7000 chips might turn up later in 2023, and if so, Intel could have its work cut out to compete.
AMD's new Ryzen 7000 series 'Zen 4' CPUs have only JUST launched, but now HWiNFO's latest update has early support for AMD Zen 5 family CPUs.
AMD's new mid-range Zen 4-powered Ryzen 5 7600X processor packs 6 cores and 12 threads at up to 5.3GHz with a 105W TDP and $299. Available on September 27.
This alleged AMD Ryzen 5 7600X engineering sample has a 4.4GHz base CPU clock, retail 6-core Zen 4-powered CPU expected to boost up to 5.3GHz.
AMD's upcoming Ryzen 5 7600X (6C/12T) processor is up to 22% faster than Intel's flagship Core i9-12900K in single-core benchmarks.
AMD officially confirms its next-gen Zen 4-based Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X, Ryzen 5 7600X processors, woo!
AMD details plans to launch Zen 5 CPU architecture based on both TSMC 4nm + TSMC 3nm in 2025: Zen 5 + Zen 5 with V-Cache + Zen 5c.
AMD's next-next-gen EPYC 'Turin' CPUs will use Zen 5 architecture: up to 256 cores and 512 threads, 600W of power, on TSMC 3nm.
Intel's new Core i5-12400 'Alder Lake' mid-range CPU: beats AMD Ryzen 9 5900X in single-thread Cinebench, Ryzen 5 5600X multi-core.
Intel's next-gen Lunar Lake CPU architecture teased as 'Royal Core' designed by Zen designer Jim Keller, will kill AMD Zen 5.
AMD's next-next-gen Zen 5 APUs codenamed 'Strix Point', would be made on TSMC 3nm process, support DDR5, and ARM big.LITTLE cores.
AMD's next-gen Zen 6 'Medusa' client CPU will feature next-gen RDNA 5 integrated GPU, skipping RDNA 4, and 2.5D interconnect with much higher bandwidth.
IDC expects next-gen AI PC shipments to double hardware-enabled AI PCs by 2027, consuming close to 60% of all PC systems shipped by then.
AMD's new Ryzen 7 8700G APU used by overclocker and pushed up to DDR5-10600 memory speeds, breaking a world record on the ASUS ROG Crosshair X670E Gene.
AMD announces its new Ryzen 5 7545U and Ryzen 3 7440U processors, with a hybrid design in the use of Zen 4 + Zen 4c, similar to Intel's new Meteor Lake CPU.
But don't worry yet - this latest AMD Zen 5 benchmark leak is a tricky one to gauge, and there's good news for gamers here, to boot.
But Intel might need every bit of that major performance uplift if Arrow Lake isn't arriving until late in 2024, and Zen 5 is as peppy as promised.
This was literally a fleeting glance at Zen 6 server processors as mentioned on a LinkedIn profile, and it's a leak we should be ultra cautious around.
AMD's new flock of Zen 4-powered Ryzen 7000 series CPUs are on sale right now: Ryzen 5 7600X costs $249, while the flagship Ryzen 9 7950X is just $574.
MSI MAG Trident S 5K Mini PC: AMD Ryzen 5700G APU (8C/16T), up to 64GB RAM, upgradeable, and ready for up to 4K 120FPS gaming.
Ace Magician's AMR5 is a decent enough Mini PC with a few tradeoffs for its lower cost, but for the home office or entry-level gaming, you could do worse.
As the entry-level processor for AMD's new Zen 4 range of processor debuting today, the Ryzen 5 7600X CPU shines on day one. Join us as we investigate.
Allied Gaming's first PC to review is the Patriot-A: mid-range grunt for $2299 AUD that games beautifully at 1080p/1440p 120FPS.
Zen 3 powered APUs are here in the Ryzen 5 5600G and Ryzen 7 5700G, but did AMD drop the ball? Join us as we put them to the test.
AMD is also releasing mid-range Zen 3 today in the Ryzen 5 5600X processor. Grab a drink and join us as we take a close look.
If you are looking for a CPU with excellent price-to-performance value, and you like to tinker, then give the Ryzen 5 2600 and Ryzen 7 2700 a look.
AMD increases the threat against Intel with their new Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X processors.
We run AMD's Raven Ridge through some testing, finally we have integrated graphics that can play actual games at reasonable resolutions.
We finally get some time to analyze AMD's Ryzen 5 1600 and Ryzen 5 1400 processors. Should you consider them for a lower-end build? Let's see.
AMD today takes the covers off its next two Ryzen processors, the 1600X and 1500X. These cheaper CPUs still manage to pack a fairly good punch.
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