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AMD Ryzen 8000 ‘Granite Ridge’ Zen 5 processors will have up to 16 cores – AMD

AMD Ryzen 8000 ‘Granite Ridge’ Zen 5 processors will have up to 16 cores – AMD

Next-generation AMD Ryzen 8000 desktop processors codenamed “Granite Ridge” to be based on “Zen 5” architecture I will continue To consist of models with a maximum number of cores of 16 (32 threads).

At least that’s what the website claims in a related article Computer gaming devices. The flagship Granite Ridge processor will retain the design with the current generation Rafael chipset (Ryzen 7000) and therefore have two CCDs with 8 Zen 5 cores each and a separate I/O segment.

It’s even possible that AMD could reuse the same 6nm ‘Raphael’ series I/O as it did in the past between the Ryzen 3000 ‘Matisse’ and the Ryzen 5000 ‘Vermeer’ (cIOD manufactured at 12nm) but using updates that might Allows higher operating frequencies for DDR5 memory. Going back to the CCD level, each of the Zen 5 architecture’s CCDs (codenamed “Eldora”) will have 8 cores with 1MB of L2 cache allocated per core and 32MB of shared L3 cache. Two CCDs are also likely to be produced using TSMC’s 3nm EUV lithography process.

AMD Ryzen 8000 (Granite Ridge)

  • Zen 5 CCD devices (Eldora)

  • Zen 5 (Nirvana) CPU cores

  • 6 to 16 Zen 5 cores

  • 65 to 170 watts (TDP)

  • Up to 64MB L3 Cache and 16MB L2 Cache

In its article, PC Games Hardware also refers to the thermal design strength (TDP) of next-generation “Granite Ridge” processors, claiming that the most powerful models will have a TDP of up to 170W, while most lower-frequency and core-count models will have a TDP at 65W. Since the CPU cores are not increased, AMD will highlight the IPC increase between two generations of cores as a benefit while expected to maximize the performance of the models within the limits of the “power envelope” allowed by the new manufacturing method by optimizing or increasing their operating frequencies.

While they may make some announcements, the ‘Zen 4’ Ryzen 7000 processors will continue to be AMD’s vanguard in the 2023 desktop market as the ‘Granite Ridge’ series of processors is not expected to phase out production before Q1 2024 (As shown Moore’s Law Matt). The company may also update its lineup in the desktop market by bringing, for example, a monolithic APU codenamed “Phoenix” (4 nm) to its AM5 socket platform. We should also mention that the new generation of Ryzen 8000 processors are expected to maintain full compatibility with current motherboards that have the AMD 600 chipset and socket AM5 sockets.



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