AMD intends to unveil the Ryzen 8000 series CPUs at Computex 2024 this year

There have been reports that AMD plans to launch the innovative Zen 5 architecture in 2024, with the potential release of related products in the first half of that year. This groundbreaking Zen 5 architecture will feature three distinct designs: Zen 5, Zen 5 V-Cache, and Zen 5c, available in both 4nm and 3nm versions. For desktop platforms, the Zen 5 architecture Ryzen CPUs, codenamed “Granite Ridge,” are rumored to enter mass production later this year, with the first batch of products expected in the second half of 2024.

Speculations are rife about whether AMD intends to unveil the Ryzen 8000 series CPUs, based on the Zen 5 architecture, at Computex 2024 this year, or delay their release until the fourth quarter. AMD is reportedly engaged in extensive optimization and updates surrounding the Zen 5 architecture, including the release of various patches.

On desktop platforms, the Zen 5 architecture corresponding to the Ryzen 8000 series will likely maintain up to 16 cores and 32 threads, while ensuring compatibility with the AM5 platform. If necessary, AMD could introduce a 32-core CPU based on the Zen 5c architecture. Within the Zen 5 architecture, the 4nm process is expected to be utilized for CPUs and some APUs codenamed Granite Ridge, while the more advanced 3nm process might be reserved for server CPUs codenamed Turin and specific APUs.