AMD Announces New RX 6000 Graphics and Ryzen 7 5800X3D Processors for Ryzen 6000 Series Laptops

Keynote also provided information about the upcoming Ryzen 7000 Series Zen 4 processors and its AM5 platform.

AMD just considered its own 2022 Product Premiere branded CES keynote presentation. In this news, we will go through the outlines of Keynote’s publications and delve into the news in more detail in later news coverage.

The first of AMD’s new products is the “APU” previously known by the Rembrandt code name, or processor with an integrated graphics card. The Ryzen 6000 series processors are manufactured using TSMC’s N6 manufacturing process and feature up to eight Zen3 + cores and 12 Compute Unit (768 stream processors) RDNA2 graphics controllers, and, for the first time, Microsoft’s Pluto security processor. The Ryzen 6000 models also break the 5 GHz limit as the first AMD processors with standard clocks. As a friend, the novelties crave either DDR5 or LPDDR5 memories.

Laptops also get new Radeon RX 6000S and RX 6000M series graphics cards. The RX 6000S models are aimed at ultra-thin laptops and are 20% thinner than previous graphics chips with their packaging. The new products in the RX 6000M series can be divided into two categories: 6x50M upgrade versions based on familiar circuits and 6500M and 6300M ​​based on TSMC’s Navi 24 graphics chip manufactured with the N6 process.

What’s new for desktop graphics is the N6-process Radeon RX 6500 XT and RX 6400, although the latter is only available from OEMs. The RX 6500 XT is equipped with the Navi 24’s full configuration of 16 Compute Units, or 1024 stream processors. The basic and Boost clock frequencies of the graphics chip are 2610 and 2815 MHz, and the 64-bit memory bus is extended by 4 GB of GDDR6 memory. The memory bus is supported by 16 MB of Infinity Cache.

AMD also unveiled the much-anticipated Ryzen with 3D V-Cache, but perhaps a little surprisingly with just one model. At least so far, the only 3D V-Cache consumer processor obeys the name Ryzen 7 5800X3D. The processor, like the older 5800X, is 8-core, but keeping the TDP at 105 watts has forced the company to cut the base clock frequency to 3.4 GHz and the Boost clock frequency to 4.5 GHz. With 3D V-Cache, the processor has a total of 96MB of L3 cache and is promised to improve gaming performance by an average of 15%. The Ryzen 7 5800X3D is suitable for motherboards with the 400 and 500 series chipsets and will go on sale during the spring.

The latest news was about the release of Zen 4 processors and the AM5 platform in the second half of the year. The AM5 is an LGA1718 strain and supports the PCI Express 5.0 standard and DDR5 memory with Zen 4 processors. The performance also confirmed previous leaks from a rather special model of heat exchanger. The processors entering the market as the Ryzen 7000 series are manufactured using the N5 process.

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