AMD Ryzen 9000

AMD Ryzen 9000 Series Release Date Announced at Computex 2024 | best gaming processor in pc

AMD Ryzen 9000

AMD recently unveiled their next-generation desktop processors based on Zen 5 architecture – known as Ryzen 9000 series. These come with lower thermal design power densities than their predecessors.

The 9000 series will utilize an AM5 socket and be compatible with existing motherboards, providing support for PCIe 5.0 graphics cards and SSD storage as well as providing higher EXPO memory speeds.

AMD Ryzen 9000 Computex 2024

Computex 2024, the world’s biggest computer show, will take place this week in Taipei, Taiwan. As the majority of PC manufacturers reside there (such as MSI, Asus, Gigabyte and Cooler Master), this event holds great significance for them all.AMD Ryzen 9000

AMD plans to unveil their Ryzen 9000 series processors at this year’s show, featuring up to 16 cores and an IPC rate 16% higher than previous generations of Ryzen CPUs.

Lisa Su, CEO of Supermicro, will deliver the keynote at this year’s show from June 4-7. Other notable speakers at this year’s event include Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger, MediaTek Chairman Dr. Rick Tsai and Supermicro CTO Charles Liang as well as NXP Semiconductors Lars Reger.AMD Ryzen 9000

Granite Ridge processors will feature AM5 socket compatibility for compatibility with existing motherboards and support PCIe 5.0 for additional bandwidth for high-end graphics cards. Gigabyte’s X870 and X870E motherboards will include these new processors along with BIOS updates for maximum convenience.AMD Ryzen 9000

AMD Ryzen 9000

AMD Ryzen 9000 Gigabyte releases BIOS update for Ryzen 9000 series CPUs

AMD Socket AM5 motherboards will be compatible with their new processors when they hit shelves, though some will need a BIOS update or were bought closer to release and already had matching BIOSs installed. That process shouldn’t be difficult either; many motherboards offer USB BIOS Flashback capabilities to facilitate updates even without an available CPU or even when the system is off.AMD Ryzen 9000

Gigabyte has joined ASUS and MSI in openly supporting AMD’s next-generation Zen 5 desktop processors when they arrive on existing AM5 motherboards with its recent AGESA beta BIOS releases for its X670, B650, and A620 series motherboards that include initial boot-up support for Ryzen 9000 CPUs with an easy BIOS upgrade.

AMD appears to have confirmed its new lineup of Zen 5-based 4nm processors will rival Intel’s Raptor Lake Refresh and as-yet unannounced Arrow Lake models in gaming and productivity workloads, featuring 16% increases in IPC throughput while lower-tier offerings may double performance for AI and AVX-512 workloads.AMD Ryzen 9000

As has long been speculated, AMD’s Granite Ridge family of Zen 5 processors will eventually be known as Ryzen 9000 series; now Gigabyte appears to have confirmed this name for them officially. While this doesn’t set things in stone, but certainly makes the most sense given what we already know.

AMD Ryzen 9000 AMD releases chipset drivers for Ryzen 9000 series CPUs

AMD’s new chipset drivers for their Ryzen 9000 series CPUs have now become available, designed to work in tandem with their new motherboard chipsets X870E and X870, set for launch alongside four new processors in July 2024. These provide latest features like USB 4.0 connectivity, PCIe 5.0 for faster graphics cards and SSDs and higher EXPO memory profiles than AM5 family motherboards allowing vendors to create the best possible PCs using Ryzen 9000 series processors.

The X870E and X870 will both support up to 16 CPU cores on one motherboard, giving gamers full access to its performance potential. Indeed, AMD Ryzen 9 9950X rivals Intel i9-7900K in gaming and productivity workloads due to a combination of its latest Zen 5 architecture and 4nm lithography technology.

Gigabyte recently made public their AM5 motherboards will support AMD’s next-generation Zen 5 processors and refer to them as part of the Ryzen 9000 Series, mirroring what AMD has used with its mobile product lines for years now. Before now, Ryzen 7000 series name had only been used for high performance desktop products featuring Radeon graphics; therefore Gigabyte’s confirmation that these next-gen CPUs fall into that series makes complete sense.

AMD Ryzen 9000

AMD Ryzen 9000 Ryzen 9000 series CPUs launch

AMD unveiled their next-gen Zen 5 architecture-powered desktop processors at Computex 2024: Ryzen 9000 series or Granite Ridge CPUs will debut in July and will offer up to 16 cores, as well as providing significant IPC improvements over existing Ryzen 7000 series CPUs.

AMD CPUs will be produced using TSMC’s 4nm process, enabling AMD to reduce transistor count while packing more into each core for improved performance with lower power draw. According to tech YouTuber High Yield, their launch date may occur sometime between April and June.

AMD also introduced their new CPUs alongside their new X870 chipset that will support them, providing faster memory clock speeds on motherboards as well as supporting PCIe Gen 5 graphics cards and NVMe SSDs. Both standard and E versions will be available; with E supporting more M.2 ports and faster DDR5 memory speeds. Both will remain compatible with AM5 motherboards.

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