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Ryzen 8000 – perspectives from AMD:



Historically, in the market for desktop processors and related devices, Intel leads the way and AMD catches up. However, as years of practice have shown, these are mostly tricks of different marketing approaches. Chips are invariably improving in the long run, as are their technologies. As an example, the introduction of the new Ryzen 8000 processor.




The situation is roughly similar in the mobile chip market, where new players appear from time to time. Of course, this somewhat changes the picture, but just not on a mass scale – shades change, not colors…


AMD has set its own bar for the time being: by 2023 to release Ryzen 8000 processors, which will be released as part of the Granite Ridge line project. The server version of the same class will be Epyc Turin.




An important technological nuance: it is stated that the production of such chips will be on a 3-nanometer technology. In practice, this should mean higher energy efficiency while maintaining a sufficient level of performance.


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An important difference between the Ryzen 8000 and the current lineup will be the fact that it is supposed to add a graphics core. That is, it may be that the Ryzen 8000G will implement a hybrid layout system based on Zen 4 and 5. Also not unimportant is such an innovation as embedding in the new APUs a Level 4 cache memory.


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The compatibility of AMD’s new desktop processors is also important. It is assumed that they will be compatible with the AM5 standard. Thus, the collection of motherboards planned for release for chips from AMD Ryzen 7000 class, too, presumably, will have an integrated graphics core, and compatible with Ryzen 8000G.



The AMD Strix Point Ryzen 8000 APUs are expected to have 8 large Zen 5 cores and 4 smaller cores, but there is no information on what those cores will be.


In conclusion:


The AMD and Intel marketing wars have been going on for years. Of course, this is legitimate. To summarize the recent news, there are two important facts. Namely, the transition to the 3-nanometer process. And, of course, the appearance of layer 4 cache in AMD’s APUs.


All other facts about Ryzen 8000 – as usual, at presentation level. Of course, we will wait for the appearance of devices and test results. After all: the main criterion of truth is practice…


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