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Ryzen 8000 and Navi 3.5 info revealed by AMD


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In a recent presentation to retail channel vendors, AMD indicated that its forthcoming Zen 5 architecture will be introduced as the Ryzen 8000 series for desktops.


In a recent presentation to retail channel vendors, AMD indicated that its forthcoming Zen 5 architecture will be introduced as the Ryzen 8000 series for desktops. The next-generation mainline desktop processor from AMD, codenamed "Granite Ridge", is predicted to host up to 16 "Zen 5" CPU cores across two CCDs. The processor's I/O (inclusive of its 6 nm cIOD) is likely to remain largely unchanged, but could potentially undergo an upgrade to support higher DDR5 memory speeds.


Furthermore, AMD revealed notable information regarding "Navi 3.5". This implies a modest revision to the "Navi 3.0" generation (Radeon RX 7000 series, RDNA3 graphics architecture), possibly encompassing a die-shrink throughout the entire series, perhaps to a new foundry node such as TSMC 4 nm or even 3 nm.

AMD's Future Developments: Ryzen 8000 and Navi 3.5 (guru3d.com)

 

I hope they don't design more CPUs that hit their max temp under normal working conditions going forward. 

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24 minutes ago, UltraMega said:

AMD's Future Developments: Ryzen 8000 and Navi 3.5 (guru3d.com)

 

I hope they don't design more CPUs that hit their max temp under normal working conditions going forward. 

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Sounding like Zen 5 is keeping with 8-core CCX's. Was hoping to see that go up so a 12 or 16 core product didn't have to cross the Infinity Fabric to communicate with each other, but maybe I'll just wait and see what Zen 6 brings.

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Hope its a significant scale down on power consumption...
Looking like I should just pull the trigger on an upgrade to 5800x3d at this point

 

Edit: I did it..

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