AMD will announce its Ryzen 7000 series processors during Computex 2022. The manufacturer will launch its new processors with the Zen4 architecture in the fall. There are no known SKUs for AMD’s next-generation mainstream desktop processors, but they will at least be introduced alongside the X670E, X670, and B650 motherboards.
The company states that the new processors support PCI Express 5.0 in addition to DDR5 memory. The lga1718 socket will remain compatible with existing AM4 coolers. The future of CPUs that consume a lot of power has also been announced. Socket AM5 supports processors with TDP up to 170 watts. However, it is unknown whether this applies to Ryzen 7000 processors.
According to AMD, single thread performance will be at least 15 percent higher. With 1 MB, processors have twice the onboard L2 cache per core. The maximum boost frequency exceeds 5 GHz. The chip consists of two 5nm Zen4 chipsets and a 6nm i/o. There is no room for a third CCD. Zen4 desktop CPUs use an integrated rdna2-gpu.
Source: Hardware Info