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AMD Ryzen 9000-series (Granite Ridge) processors rumored to launch in late July – AMD

AMD Ryzen 9000-series (Granite Ridge) processors rumored to launch in late July – AMD

AMD’s next-generation Ryzen 9000 processors for the desktop platform, codenamed “Granite Ridge” and based on the “Zen 5” architecture It is expected to be launched At the end of July 2024.

At least that’s what various sources are claiming, as AMD is expected to make major announcements about its “Zen 5” architecture targeting the laptop and desktop markets at Computex 2024, which kicks off early next week in Taipei, Taiwan.

The first four models of the new processor series have 16, 12, 8 and 6 cores and extend to the Ryzen 9, Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 series just as they did with the debut of the Ryzen 7000 series. As we mentioned, it is not excluded that Dr. Lisa Su, the company’s CEO, will announce the above-mentioned models in her keynote at Computex 2024 to reveal their most important features and performance.

The launch of the Ryzen 9000 ‘Granite Ridge’ series processors at the end of July means that at Computex 2024 we will see a lot of new motherboards for the new AMD platform. The company is going to Announce New series of chipsets Going beyond the AMD 700 series, the new chipsets will belong to the AMD 800 series with the flagships being named AMD X870 and X870E.

Together, the “mid-range” or flagship chipsets with the names AMD B850 and B850E will be announced as well as the “introductory” or entry-level A820 chipset. The previous generation chipset isn’t going anywhere at the moment as several motherboard manufacturers are ready to introduce new implementations like GIGABYTE’s B650E AORUS PRO The new Ryzen 9000 series of desktop processors will of course fit into the current AM5 socket and will be compatible with existing motherboards built on the AMD 600 series chipset. After all, most motherboard manufacturers have already released the relevant BIOS updates to support them and are compatible with the new generation of processors. AMD.

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