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New Ryzen 7000 Is to Be Official on August 30 in Taiwan

Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf Balogun
Yusuf is a law graduate and freelance journalist with a keen interest in tech reporting.

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The American multinational semiconductor company, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), has revealed that it has fixed August 30, 2022, to officially announced the new Ryzen 7000 in Taiwan. The firm disclosed this today in an official press release.

According to the firm, it will hold the “Together We Advance_PCs” online conference at 7:00 am Taiwan time on August 30 to announce the new Ryzen 7000 series processors. In recent times, the tech markets have been very concerned about the progress of AMD’s next-generation Ryzen processors, and now the semiconductor company has finally fixed the unveiling date.

Su Zifeng, chairman and CEO, CTO Mark Papermaster, executive vice president, and other senior executives will go through the current “Zen 4” architecture in depth, provide insight into the next AMD Ryzen processor, and discuss the most recent advancements in DDR5 and PCIe5. Technologies supporting a new generation of high-performance desktop PCs on the AM5 platform.

Meanwhile, information indicates that the upcoming generation of TSMC 5nm Ryzen 7000 series CPUs is based on the Zen4 architecture. The I/O die uses a 6nm manufacturing process and is compatible with PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 memory.

Nonetheless, it is asserted that the LGA package will be expanded to 1,718 Pin with the new Socket AM5 platform of AMD Ryzen 7000 processor, allowing the processor pins to be designed on the motherboard rather than the CPU. AMD claims that the AM5 platform continues to use the AM4 heatsink despite significant changes to the pins, packaging, and CPU look.

According to a report by market research company Mercury Research, the second quarter saw the greatest annual reduction in global desktop computer CPU shipments since 1994 as a result of falling market demand and inventory adjustments.

However, AMD did well in the second quarter, as its share of the x86 CPU market increased to 31.4%. Following successful outcomes, AMD will have a new generation of CPUs, the Ryzen 7000 series, to support any market developments. Stay connected with TechGenyz as we bring you the latest updates in the tech world.


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