AMD released the Zen 4 architecture Ryzen 7000 series circuit diagram
AMD released the Zen 4 architecture Ryzen 7000 series circuit diagram, the desktop version will be released this year, and the mobile version will be released early next year.
AMD announced the product roadmap for the Ryzen 7000 series processors in its first quarter 2022 earnings report.
The new products will include three different Zen 4 cores, including Raphael for desktops, for high-end, enthusiast games.
The Dragon Range for notebooks and the Phoenix for thin and light gaming notebooks, of which Raphael will be released within this year, while the Dragon Range and Phoenix will be released next year, and if there is no surprise, next year’s CES 2023.
The first Zen 4 architecture desktop processor Raphael is expected to be launched in the third quarter of this year.
There is actually a lot of news about it. It will use the new AM5 platform, support DDR5 memory and PCI-E 5.0.
TDP starts from 65W, and it will be equipped with a core display for bright machines. The number of cores should refer to the current Zen 3.
AMD should not increase the number of CCDs on mainstream desktop platforms in the Ryzen 7000 series.
The Ryzen 6000 series mobile platform has only one Rembrandt core, but the Ryzen 7000 series will be subdivided into Dragon Range and Phoenix.
The TDP of Dragon Range can reach more than 55W, and it is aimed at high-performance gaming notebooks with a thickness of more than 20mm. It also supports PCI-E 5.0 and DDR5.
It is likely to be directly packaged with desktop-level cores like Intel’s Alder Lake-HX, so it may have up to 16 cores, but the core display performance is relatively weak.
Class notebooks are equipped with independent display.
Phoenix is the direct successor of Rembrandt. It supports PCI-E 5.0, and supports DDR5 and LPDDR5 memory. The TDP is between 35 and 45W. It is aimed at thin and light gaming notebooks within 20mm.
The number of cores should still be at most 8. But the nuclear display will be much stronger than the Dragon Range, and it should also be the core used by the Ryzen 7000U series processors.