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AMD shared the first, extremely preliminary details on Ryzen 8000 series based on the Zen 5 CPU architecture. The chips are set to arrive next year right when people are expecting to see Windows 12.
AMD has issued a new statement regarding Ryzen 7000 series chips burning up. The company says that it has identified the problem and has released a critical AGESA firmware update that fixes it.
AMD Ryzen 7000 series CPUs and AM5 boards are known to have really slow boot times in some cases. However, with the latest firmware update, Asus has significantly reduced the boot times.
Following generally inexpensive Ryzen options for AM4, Ryzen 7000 series CPUs have also started dropping in price slowly. And now, affordable socket AM5 motherboards are also beginning to arrive.
MSI motherboards, from both Intel and AMD, have been vulnerable due to a broken Secure Boot firmware setting issue. The bug would allow potentially malicious files to boot into an affected system.
One of reasons why AMD's Ryzen 7000 processors haven't sold that well compared to last gen is the very high overall platform cost of the AM5 ecosystem. However, the upcoming A620 could change that.
According to reports, the latest firmware update AGESA 22.214.171.124 for AMD AM5 motherboards is causing major performance loss and boot fails on Ryzen 7000 series. The core layout is apparently to blame.
Those wanting to build a powerful computer with one of the latest processors from AMD should stop waiting for a good time. The Ryzen 7000 Series has reached all-time low, with discounts of up to 29%.
AMD's newest chipset driver version 4.09.23.507 brings additional support for its new AM5 motherboards, as well as SHA256 certification. The driver also adds better USB4 debugging, and more.
After putting stickers on top of its new X670E AM5 motherboard memory slots, ASRock has apologized for the same after realizing that the incident caused great inconvenience to the users.
The announcement for AMD"s Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series CPUs is later today, with availability next month. However, the accompanying AM5 boards are allegedly not launching for another two weeks.
A report suggested that AMD's upcoming Ryzen 7000 CPUs could be hit with a delay due to firmware issues. Alphacool, a partner of AMD, has confirmed though that they should be on-shelf in September.
The first purported picture of an upcoming Ryzen 7000 SKU in the form of the Ryzen 7 7700X has leaked. With the launch date for the upcoming CPUs nearing, such leaks are bound to happen.
According to a new report, AMD is allegedly facing firmware issues with its upcoming Socket AM5 and Ryzen 7000 series CPUs, which are set to launch at the end of this month on August 29.
AMD has announced its next Meet the Experts event. At this upcoming webinar, the company's partners will share more details on Socket AM5. The event is scheduled to be held next month.
AIDA64 has added support for Nvidia's next-gen flagship RTX 4090 Ada Lovelace GPU in its latest AIDA64 Extreme beta release. This likely indicates that RTX 4000 series launch is not too far away.
AMD has issued a correction regarding the 170W power figure that was present on the company's Computex 2022 slides. There was a lot of confusion surrounding this on whether it meant TDP or PPT.
AMD debuts today its new SmartAccess Storage technology which marries the goodness of Microsoft's DirectStorage with its own Smart Access Memory technology, promising faster game load times, and more.
A few hours ago, AMD's Computex 2022 presentation details regarding its Zen 4 architecture and Ryzen 7000 leaked. Now, we have information on the accompanying AM5 socket and the 600-series chipsets.
A PCB diagram of an AMD X670 Asus AM5 motherboard has leaked. The leaked picture appears to show dual chipsets which seemingly confirms earlier rumors. ASMedia is expected to be the chipset supplier.
A recent report suggested that AMD was going to debut a brand-new class of chipset dubbed X670E which was going to be even better than X670. AMD partner ASRock has seemingly confirmed the report.
A new report alleges that AMD is going to introduce a completely new class of chipset for its upcoming Socket AM5 motherboards which are going to house the next-gen Ryzen 7000 (Zen 4) processors.
AMD's next-gen Zen 4 architecture powering the Ryzen 7000 series CPUs could be landing in September 2022 according to a report. The new chips will usher in full DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 support.
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.
Noctua has announced a list of existing AM4 coolers that will be compatible with future Socket AM5 motherboards that are launching later this year. Overall, all but two AM4 coolers are compatible.
A new rumor suggests that AMD has sped up the manufacturing of its 5nm-based Zen 4 CPUs which may land early in April, probably to better compete with Intel's 12th Gen Alder Lake-S parts.
AMD has thrown out a slight caution to the wind about the possibility of delay in RDNA 2 desktop APUs if the sky-high DDR5 memory pricing continues to persist into the later half of the year.
AMD's presentation slide deck for CES 2022 has purportedly leaked. The slides contain information related to the upcoming Ryzen 6000 series Rembrandt APU lineup, Zen 4, Socket AM5, and more.
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.
DDR5 kits are already experiencing shortages and according to a report, it is not induced by the ongoing chip shortage, at least not directly. Instead it's the expensive PMICs that are to be blamed.
Intel launched its 12th gen Alder Lake-S desktop CPUs recently which are compatible with both DDR5 and DDR4 boards. In this article, we try to summarise what the pros and cons of each platform are.
Next-gen DDR5 memory will be 50-60% more expensive than DDR4 was at launch, according to MSI's estimates. Support for the new DRAM standard is being debuted with Intel's 12th gen Alder Lake-S CPUs.
AMD's Socket AM5 may re-use the same stock coolers that the company currently packages with the existing Ryzen processors on AM4. The information comes via a leak related to the next-gen socket.
ADATA has announced today a couple of its super-fast upcoming products at its Xtreme Innovation event. The company unveiled its new SE920 USB4 external SSD and new XPG DDR5 capable of 12,600MT/s.
AMD has confirmed that the company's Zen 4 CPUs and RDNA 3 graphics products are "on-track" for a 2022 arrival. The company declared its Q2 2021 earnings last night and it has done really well.
EVGA, the popular GeForce GPU AIB, has just put out a teaser that hints at an upcoming AMD motherboard, the company's first. From the teaser, it seems the board will feature the firm's DARK brand.
Windows 11 testing of Intel's Lakefield, based on the company's version of big.LITTLE architecture, shows promising results as the new OS' scheduler seems to be slightly better at task handling.
A new report says that AMD's next-gen Socket AM5 is reportedly launching in the second quarter of 2022. The company will allegedly be moving away from the PGA package into LGA with this platform.
In a major shift, AMD's next-gen mainstream desktop socket AM5 is reportedly said to feature LGA packaging. That's not all there is to AM5 as it is also expected to introduce DDR5 memory support.