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AMD Ryzen “Granite Ridge” on the way: Development samples discovered in shipping lists

In recent days, shipping manifests have become an important source of leaks in the hardware sector, reports TechPowerUP. For example, prototypes of the AMD mobile processors “Strix Point” and “Fire Range” were recently discovered. Now further leaks have emerged that point to the upcoming desktop processors of the Ryzen 9000 series “Granite Ridge”.

Source: AMD

Two new OPN codes discovered

Hardware detective @momomo_us has discovered two new AMD OPN codes in a shipping document associated with the “Granite Ridge” series. The code 100-000001404-01 appears to be an eight-core/sixteen-core “Zen 5” Ryzen CPU with a TDP of 170 watts. The B0 designation indicates that it is an engineering sample. The second code, 100-000001290-21, likely represents an A0 engineering sample of an eight-core/sixteen processor with a TDP of 105 watts. This chip could be intended for the next-generation mainstream desktop.

Source: momomo_us

New chipsets and updated motherboards

In addition to the processors themselves, the leaks also point to a new generation of chipsets, which will be called X870E. It is also possible that the 700 series of motherboards will be made compatible with an update. It is expected that the “Granite Ridge” CPUs will use the current 6 nm client I/O die (cIOD), which is also used in the “Raphael” Ryzen 7000 desktop processors.

The new leaks give a first insight into the upcoming AMD Ryzen 9000 desktop processors. The “Granite Ridge” series appears to be promising and could offer a significant increase in performance compared to the current generation.

Source: TechPowerUP momomo_us

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Onkel-Föhn

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Laut PCGH Informationen sollen 40% + möglich sein.

Glauben tue ich´s erst nach unabhängigen Tests.

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Ich gehe lieber von 7...15% aus.

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8 mal 16 = 128 ?

Dann wären 170W TDP sehr wenig...

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Danke für die Spende



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