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AMD unveils first details of its Zen 5, Ryzen 9000 series, 5000XT series update and announces new chipsets

AMD unveiled some new things for you at this year’s Computex. There are the first technical specifications of its Ryzen 9000 series, small details about its Zen 5 technology, a new AI chip, but a few new chipsets have also been announced. There is also an update on the Ryzen 5000XT series. As you can see, they have a lot up their sleeve.

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Technical specifications of the Ryzen 9000 series

But very slowly, so that you don’t get overwhelmed by the abundance of news. First we come to the Ryzen 9000 processors. To be more precise, AMD has its Ryzen 9 9950X, the Ryzen 9900X, the Ryzen 7 9700X and finally the Ryzen 5 9600X. All chips support DDR5 and are equipped with the latest Zen 5 technology. In addition, they only fit on the AM5 socket and also offer support for PCIe 5.0, but let’s go into more detail. The AMD Ryzen 9 9950 comes with a 16-core and 32-thread configuration and should enable a maximum boost of up to 5.7 GHz.

The total cache is 80 MB and the TDP is 170. The AMD Ryzen 9 9900X is slightly weaker. Here you can only expect 12 cores and 14 threads. The boost is also slightly lower, but can still be increased up to 5.6 GHz. The cache is 76 MB and the TDP is 120W. For those who don’t want something quite as powerful, there are of course the other two processors. The first is the AMD Ryzen 7 9700X with 8 cores and 16 threads. The maximum boost is specified as 5.5 GHz, while the cache contains 40 MB. The TDP is significantly lower than the others mentioned above. To be more precise, it is only set at 65 W. The same applies to the Ryzen 5 9600X with the TDP. The cores remain the same as the Ryzen 7, but it only has 12 threads. The boost is also only 5.4 GHz and the cache is 38 MB.

There should be significant increases in various areas. The AMD Ryzen 9 9950X is compared with Intel’s Core i9. It is emphasized here that AMD’s new processor is better in many respects. For example, it is said to be ahead in terms of productivity and content creation, but it also has a clear lead over its competitor in selected games. It also has twice as much bandwidth and is 20% faster for LLM.

Zen 5 – new details, but still a mystery

There are also small new details about its Zen 5 technology, but the company has held back from giving more details. The aim is to improve the accuracy of branch prediction and latency. The throughput with pipelines and vectors is increased and there is a deeper window size in the entire design for more parallelism. This has been illustrated with a graphic, which only shows the Zen 4 technologies against Geomean 3, but Zen 5 is said to have an IPC performance increase of 16% for PCs. However, no further information on the Zen 5 has been provided for the time being.

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New chipsets. New possibilities

As part of the presentation, two new chipsets were also unveiled so that the Ryzen 9000 processors can be used to their full potential. Specifically, these are the new X870 and X870E chipsets. USB4.0 is to become standard for all mainboards that use this chipset. PCIe Gen 5 will also be supported. This means that you can now connect your NVMe or graphics card that supports this connection. But there will also be a higher EXPO memory clock to boost the whole thing even further.

 

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The next generation of AI processors: Here comes the third generation of AMD AI processors – the AMD Ryzen AI 300 series

Of course, AMD is continuing in the direction of AI chips. Starting with the first and second generation with an NPU performance of 10 TOPs and 16 TOPs respectively, an AI experience with top-tier generative AI experience on the cloud plus a selection of local experiences and a limited capacity of AI, they want to continue to outgrow and improve with their third generation. The company is presenting its third generation of AI chips, which should change a lot. It is possible to get up to 50 TOPs with its third generation of Ryzen AI processors. You should get a transformative AI experience, built directly into Windows. Whether it’s cloud- or local-based. You can also run and use a huge range of large and complex generative AI models locally. The new AI chips are the Ryzen AI 9 HX 370 and the Ryzen 9 365. There is also new branding for the third generation of AMD. Here, the brand (AMD Ryzen AI) is designated first, followed by the brand level (9 HX), the series (3) and the SKU (70).

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Let’s get to the details. This chip is equipped with the latest Zen 5 architecture from AMD. It also comes with XDNA 2 NPU. Yes, that’s right, XDNA 2, a continuation of its XDNA NPU and this offers an improvement on its predecessor. It has a 5x larger compute capacity with Enhances AI Tiles and the activation of 2x multitasking. Something has also been done about power efficiency. It has twice the power efficiency and has an architecture extension for generative AI workloads. This means the battery also lasts longer. The new generation is set to outshine all previous chips and is said to be the “world’s most powerful NPU for next gen AI PCs”. This is demonstrated by the LLM performance and TOPS, among other things. There is also a significant performance improvement for gamers.

A 12-core (4 Zen 5, 8 Zen 5C) and 24-thread configuration is planned for the Ryzen AI 9 HX. A maximum boost of up to 5.1 GHz is possible here. It also has a total cache of 36 MB and a Radeon 890M GPU with 16 compute units. The slightly weaker Ryzen AI 9 365 comes with 10 cores (4 Zen 5, 6 Zen 5c) and 20 threads and has a boost clock of 5.0 GHz. The cache is 34 MB and comes with an 880M Graphics, which has 12 compute units. Some time ago, we reported on Microsoft’s Copilot PCs. This AI chip even supports Copilo . There is the so-called recall function, live captions and real-time translations or the so-called co-creator, which can also be used.

These chips are installed in ASUS’s Zenbook S 16, Vivobook S 14/15/16, the ProArt P16/X13 and its ROG Zephyrus G16 and TUF Gaming A14/16 laptops. MSI is also represented. The chip will be installed in its Summit A16 AI, MSI Stealth A16 AI and Prestige A16 AI. Of course, over 100 other AMD partners will also offer this chip.

An update of the 5000XT – New, but not much changed

Last but not least, AMD has announced a new update to its AMD Ryzen 5000XT series. Two new CPUs have been introduced in this series. The first is the Ryzen 9 5900T, whose configuration is supposed to be better than the previous model. Instead of 12 cores and 24 threads, there is an increase to 16 cores and 32 threads. However, nothing has been changed to the maximum clock rate. This remains at a maximum of 4.8 GHz and the total cache is 72 MB. The TDP also remains at 105 W. Speaking of staying the same: Second is the Ryzen 7 5800 XT, which remains with its 8 core and 16 threads settings. The total cache and the TDP of 105 W have not changed either. However, the boost clock has increased from 4.7 GHz to 4.8 GHz. Both chips are due to be released next month. A price has not been announced.

 

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Of course, that’s not the only news AMD has. There is also something about its new AI processor and there are also new details on the subject of Radeon, which you can find on our website.

The information was made available in advance by AMD. The only condition was compliance with the blocking period on 03.06.2024 at 5.00 am.

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Case39

Urgestein

2,543 Kommentare 962 Likes

Solide Performancesteigerung, mehr nicht. Das der Sockelsupport für AM5 bis 2027 und AM4 bis nächstes Jahr laufen soll, ist durchaus ein kleines Highlight.

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TGH1978

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Danke für die Infos! Bin schon neugierig auf die Tests, sobald die CPUs am Markt sind.

Ansonsten hat sich ein kleiner Fehler eingeschlichen:
Hier darf man nur 12 Kerne und 24 Threads erwarten.

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DMHas

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Ich bin schon auf die ersten Tests gespannt! Ob der 12-Kerner immer noch der "unbeliebte Sohn" sein wird und wie sich später die X3D-Modelle schlagen.

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gaav

Neuling

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Dear igorslab would it be possible to test 7950x vs 14900k with 7900xtx gpu and 6000mt/s ddr5
With games amd listed in their zen5 presentation: farcry 6, league of legends, borderlands 3, hitman 3, cyberpunk 2077, f1 2023, dota 2, horizon zerodawn?

I think alot of people would like to see the results of the "9950x" 2 months before release :)

I also think it would be an interesting article that would interest a lot of readers.

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GPUModder

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Die 9000er AMDs werden für mich erst so richtig spannend, wenn nach den Zahlen auch noch die hochinteressante Ergänzung X3D kommt. Auf die bin ich am meisten gespannt. So ein 9800X3D könnte schon eine feine Sache werden. Trotzdem schon mal schön zu sehen, dass sich auch ohne "3D" schon was tut.

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RazielNoir

Veteran

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Aber die X3D bitte auf allen Chiplets

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arcDaniel

Urgestein

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Die Schwachstelle aller non-3D Ryzen ist der Cache, wo bis dato Intel immer Punkten konnte. Wenn nun bei Zen5 hier überall der Durchsatz verdoppelt werden konnte, was auch den IPC Zuwachs bei gleichem Takt erklärt, stellt sich die Frage wie viel der 3D Cache, dieses Mal überhaupt bringt.
Der 3D-Cache hat ja eigentlich nur diesen Flaschenhals reduziert, ausgebessert.

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D
Denniss

Urgestein

1,562 Kommentare 582 Likes

Der L3 puffert Zugriffe auf den Hauptspeicher, hat mit L2 wenig bis nichts zu tun

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K
Kevin Frickler

Neuling

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Der große L3 bringt lt. den seitherigen Tests auch nix für klassische Anwendungen.
Für Spiele rockt er aber: Top Leistung, wenig Strom, wenig Hitze.
(Merkt man die Begeisterung für meinen 7800X3D ? :p)

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Case39

Urgestein

2,543 Kommentare 962 Likes

Ja und ich kann sie teilen😂

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Danke für die Spende



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