Full details of future Ryzen 9000 models revealed

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It’s now a foregone conclusion: AMD will be unveiling its Ryzen 9000 “Granite Ridge” in the coming days at Computex. There are no real surprises in the information gathered by Videocardz today. The surprise could come from the announcement of “new” Ryzen 5000 (AM4) references. According to certain sources, AMD is confirming information that has been circulating for several months, with a Ryzen 5700XT and a Ryzen 5900XT. Two versions that would benefit from a boost in the frequencies of their big brothers.

Ryzen 9000

As far as the Ryzen 9000s are concerned, even if the leak confirms the references, their frequencies and TDPs, we’re still a long way from being able to make up our minds. An analysis of the info just allows us to make the following observation:

Compared with non-X3D Ryzen 7000s, we have the same cache size and clock speeds for the R9. On the other hand, we’re looking at speeds 100 MHz lower for the R7 and R5. Finally, in terms of TDP, we’d be looking at the same value for the 16-core version. On the other hand, we could have a TDP 50 W lower for a 12-core processor and 40 W lower for the R7 and R5.

Without prejudging the real tests, which we’ll be sure to reveal as soon as we have the processors, it’s possible that the generational leap won’t be the affair of the century… As for the arrival of X3D versions, these will probably be launched during the next CES (January 2025).

Stay tuned, as information from #Computex begins to pour in.