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AMD Introduces Next-Gen Desktop Processors for Outstanding Performance in PC Gaming and Productivity

The next generation of Ryzen desktop processors from AMD appears to have been confirmed, and their 2024 release date has been set. The Ryzen 8000 is scheduled to come in this year, incorporating the latest Zen 5 architecture with Navi 3,5 graphics, as disclosed in slides shared by @harukaze5719 on Twitter.

  1. OEM Partners
  2. 3D V-Cache technology
  3. Zen5 and Navi 3.5 architecture
  4. one-touch overclocking

1.OEM Partners

  • Lenovo, Razer, Asus, and Acer

2.3D V-Cache technology

  • strong 3D V-Cache technology to give players a significant speed increase.
  • The current Socket AM5 four-year lifetime will continue to be supported by AMD, allowing owners of motherboards that support Ryzen 7000 CPUs to install Ryzen 8000-series CPUs directly into their motherboards. Current processor coolers will also work without any physical changes.

3.Zen5 and Navi 3.5 architecture

  • The Ryzen 8000 is scheduled to come in this year, incorporating the latest Zen 5 architecture with Navi 3,5 graphics, as disclosed in slides shared by @harukaze5719 on Twitter.
  • With up to eight cores and sixteen threads, users may anticipate powerful performance for demanding tasks like video production and gaming. These CPUs maintain responsiveness and performance while being tuned for low power consumption.
RYZEN 8000

4.one-touch overclocking

  • AMD EXPO technology is also present across the 8000 Series, allowing for greater memory frequencies and sophisticated timings to enable smoother frame rates. One-touch overclocking is possible using Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO), which gives consumers an additional CPU boost with higher power limitations.

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