AMD launched the Zen 4 architecture Ryzen 7000 series processors this year, so will it launch Zen 5 next year? Of course, it will not be so fast. Next year, AMD will continue to expand the product line of Ryzen 7000 series processors. In addition to more Ryzen 7000 models, there are also Ryzen 7000 X3D and Ryzen 7000 APUs.
Enthusiast Citizen at Bilibili, the leaker has reported that AMD’s new products to be launched next year include the Ryzen 7000 X3D, which will be launched in the first half of next year and will probably be publicly displayed at CES 2023 next year. It is currently known that there will be 8-core and 6-core versions, namely Ryzen 7 7700 X3D and Ryzen 5 7600 X3D. As for more core versions, there is no news for the time being. It was previously reported that the Zen 4 architecture processor uses the second-generation 3D V-Cache technology. There will be higher bandwidth, improved latency, and will likely be fabricated on a 6nm process, which also brings an additional 64MB of cache to each Zen 4-architecture CCD.
In addition, later next year, AMD will launch the AM5 interface desktop APU, which is the desktop version of the Ryzen 7000 mobile processor code-named Phoenix Point, using Zen 4’s CPU core and RDNA 3 architecture core, if there is no accident, it will be called the Ryzen 7000G series. Since Phoenix Point has a maximum of 8 cores, the Ryzen 7000G on the desktop has a maximum of 8 cores. In addition, it only supports JEDEC standard DDR5-4800, but if it is moved to the desktop, it is generally not a big problem. EXPO will help you solve most of the problems.
Finally, AMD will launch the A620 motherboard in the second quarter of next year. Like the current A-series motherboards, it does not provide CPU overclocking support. Next year, AMD will expand the product line of the Ryzen 7000 series processors, including non-X series and entry-level Ryzen 3 processors, entry-level platforms still have to have corresponding chipsets, which can solve the problem of higher pricing for the current AM5 platform.