Rumor has it that the CPUs “Ryzen 7000” & “Ryzen 7000X3D” on AMD’s Raphael AM5 platform will support higher DDR5 memory specs.
Rumors emerge that AMD Raphael “Ryzen 7000” & Raphael-X “Ryzen 7000X3D” desktop CPUs natively support DDR5-5600 memory
The latest rumors are from Kitty Yuko, who tweeted for the first time in half a year.
According to his latest tweet, the leaker gets some information about the upcoming Ryzen 7000 desktop CPU, including the Raphael, Raphael-X, and the recently announced Dragon Range APU for laptops with Zen 4. We were able to.
Raphael = DDR5-5600
Raphael-X = 3D + DDR5-5600
Dragon Range＝Raphael + FCBGA-FL1
— Yuko Yoshida (@KittyYYuko) May 5, 2022
It has been stated that AMD Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPUs have both Raphael and Raphael-X lineups.
The Raphael-X will be equipped with 3D V-Cache next year and will be released under the brand Ryzen 7000X 3D series.
This has been pointed out in recent rumors, but more interesting is the memory spec information.
One of the great things about Raphael is that it’s about to get a lot of attention with overclocking.
AMD Memory Enable Manager Joseph Tao
Today, the 2022 DDR5 platform looks like this.
- Intel Alder Lake –DDR5-4800 (Native –Confirmed)
- Intel Raptor Lake-DDR5-5600 (Native-Expected)
- AMD Ryzen 7000-DDR5-5600 (Native-Expected)
Rumor has it that both the Ryzen 7000 and Ryzen 7000X3D feature native support for DDR5-5600 memory.
This is a faster memory specification than the one described in the presentation slide of the memory maker APACER mentioned here.
By going from DDR5-5200 to DDR5-5600, the clock rate will be improved by 7.5%, which is 16.5% higher than the native DDR5-4800.
This is a big improvement as Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake CPUs are expected to support DDR5-4800 natively, while Raptor Lake is expected to support DDR5-5600.
As a result, AMD could be comparable to Intel’s latest platform on the first DDR5 platform.
This is already pointed out here.
Intergenerational comparison of AMD mainstream desktop CPUs:
The FCLK of the AMD Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPU is 1600 to 1800MHz (Infinity Fabric), which is similar to the existing Ryzen 5000 “Zen 3” CPU.
However, 1800MHz FCLK is said to be the upper limit of overclocking.
Zen 4 APU seems to be better overclocked with FCLK, as demonstrated by Zen 3 and Zen 2 parts.
On the other hand, the CPU of Dragon Range is said to use Raphael Die of FCBGA-FL1 socket.
The price of DDR5 is still far below the price of DDR4, but in early 2023, more mainstream CPU platforms will be introduced to the mass market, and DRAM makers will realize the price difference with DDR4 for further spread. Therefore, the price of the new standard is likely to gradually decrease.
ソース：wccftech – AMD Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael’ & Ryzen 7000X3D ‘Raphael-X’ Desktop CPUs Rumored To Support Up To DDR5-5600 Memory, 1800 MHz FCLK
Will 2023 be confirmed with Ryzen 7000X3D?
A follow-up report came out.
Personally, will it be confirmed by X3D next year rather than memory support information? I think it is more important to say.
While 3D V-Cache improves game performance, it does little to improve other performance.
If Intel continues to improve its performance with Meteor Lake, it means it will be difficult to compete.
There is already a previous called Ryzen 7 5800X3D, so it is easy to understand if you think with a similar image.
However, since the main use of home-built PCs is gaming PCs, I felt that they were accepted by the market much more favorably than I expected.
Good material for Zen4X3D
First of all, there is a possibility that the shortage of semiconductors will be tentatively expected by the start of increasing production of the shortage of sub-threats.
I think it would be good to say that the maximum TDP from Socket AM5 will be 170W, and it will not be necessary to slow down the clock of the X3D model or limit it to the 8-core 16-thread model.
When it comes to games, I think it will probably be a 3D V-Cache matchless.
Since the 5800X3D is clearly comparable to the Core i9-12900K / KS, which is one grade higher performance, I think there is a good chance that the Zen4X3D can compete with Meteor Lake.
However, I think it will be a meaningless processor for those who use it for purposes other than games.
And another good news is that AMD will be focusing on low-priced AM5 processors from 2023.
I think it’s a tough story to counter Meteorlake, whose architecture is being renewed.
I don’t know what would happen if Meteor Lake was mossed to the fullest, but I think it’s very unlikely because Intel hasn’t had a chance these days.
With fierce competition, manufacturers will do their utmost to launch their products, which will benefit users the most.
Exactly“A world without competition is a dead world” “If one company monopolizes, the market will stagnate.”It is a story that embodies.
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