Early Ryzen 8000 processor revealed in database

It’s only been a few months since AMD last expanded the Ryzen 7000 series, which houses the Zen 4 architecture. Now there are early signs that Ryzen 8000 and Zen 5 are in the works, when the Twitter profile Benchleaks unearths results from the two databases Einstein@home and LHC@home. Both have logged a so-called engineering sample (ES), with a previously unknown ID.


After “CPU Type” an ID number is visible where “Family 26” suggests that it is a brand new model.


Here, too, “Family 26” appears after.

No performance figures are available or current for either Einstein@home or LHC@home, but several interesting details can be gleaned from the specifications. It appears to be 8 cores and 16 threads, which in one case is combined with a Radeon RX 7900-branded graphics card.

Perhaps most interestingly, both are branded as “Family 26”, which so far is not used for any existing products. Latest generations with Zen 3 and Zen 4 go under “Family 25”, while older products with architectures Zen 2, Zen+ and Zen go under “Family 24”. It suggests that it is indeed a completely new processor family and architecture, where Ryzen 8000 and Zen 5 are closest to hand.


Ryzen 8000 and Zen 5 are expected in 2024.

It is also consistent with AMD’s latest roadmapwhere the red team both confirmed that the next generation will very well be named Ryzen 8000, as well as that the recently introduced AM5 platform will live on until at least the year 2026.

Source: SweClockers by www.sweclockers.com.

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