AMD has finally officially announced its Zen 4 CPUs, including a 16-core CPU buried in the footnotes. These are in the Ryzen 7000 desktop line and launch with X670, X670E, and B650.
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AMD’s Zen 4 CPUs are officially on the way. The release date for Ryzen 7000 CPUs is vaguely “Fall,” and thus far, no hard names or prices have been announced — but we do have chipsets, some early Zen 4 (AM5) motherboards, information on DDR5, PCIe Gen5, and AM4 coolers, and more. AMD also spent some time at Computex talking about SAS (Smart Access Storage), SAM (Smart Access Memory), Ryzen 6000 laptops, and other upcoming products.
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00:00 – AMD Computex Keynote Recap
01:10 – Zen 4 Architecture & Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPUs
06:29 – Non-CPU AM5 Features & Chipsets
08:58 – Ranting About Extreme Xtreme Motherboards
14:03 – Smart Access Storage
15:02 – Ryzen 6000 Laptops
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