There has been a rumor floating that AMD is facing firmware issues regarding Ryzen 7000 and socket AM5. According to a new report, the reported issues are related to DDR5 speeds and boost clocks.
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AMD recently announced that it is really serious about DDR5 overclocking on its next-gen Ryzen 7000 Raphael CPUs. As such, a new report says that the company is bringing a new EXPO feature for that.
A new report says AMD is bringing a new "dual-chiplet" design approach for its next-gen flagship X670 chipset on Socket AM5. Additionally, the report also claims that AM5 won't have DDR4 support.
AMD will share more details regarding its upcoming next-gen Ryzen CPUs and Radeon GPUs next month at CES 2022. The firm would likely talk about Zen 4, but there are rumors of Zen 3+ architecture too.
According to an internal AMD roadmap, next-gen DDR5 memory support could arrive on AMD's platforms in 2022. The roadmap also reveals a few of the other features that the new platform may bring.