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AMD Zen 5 CPUs are supported by AIDA64

On Tuesday, FinalWire announced that the latest version of its AIDA64 diagnostic and benchmarking software now supports AMD’s upcoming processors based on the Zen 5 microarchitecture. In addition, support for Intel’s upcoming processors, namely Meteor Lake, Arrow Lake and Lunar Lake, has been “enhanced.”

Source: AMD

According to the release notes of the AIDA64 Engineer 6.90 software, it is now possible for it to recognize AMD processors based on the next generation Zen 5 microarchitecture. This means that AMD has provided FinalWire with a variety of identifiers for its upcoming CPUs, which is considered an important development milestone. However, it is unclear exactly when AMD will launch these processors. For example, FinalWire added preliminary support for Intel’s codenamed Meteor Lake CPUs in late 2021, which won’t be available until later this year. Similarly, Lunar Lake, one of the chips with “enhanced” support, is expected to hit the market in late 2024 or early 2025.

Furthermore, AIDA64 Engineer 6.90 now supports Zhaoxin’s upcoming Yongfeng processors for client PCs and servers with up to 32 cores, with support described as “enhanced.” Additionally, the latest version of AIDA64 includes an AVX2-optimized benchmark for Intel’s Raptor Lake Refresh processors. However, it’s not entirely clear if this benchmark is designed exclusively for the Refresh versions of Raptor Lake or includes other chips as well. AMD has officially announced that its Zen 5-based processors will be part of the Ryzen 8000 family and are expected to hit the market in 2024. AMD’s Zen 5-based client CPUs are expected to be named Granite Ridge for desktops and Strix Point for laptops, and will feature integrated GPUs with RDNA 3.5 performance.

Source: AMD

Source: Finalware press release


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Schön wäre mal, dass endlich eine APU kommt. Dabei ist es mir egal ob Rembrandt, oder Phoenix.
Mit Zen 5 kann man eh erst frühestens Oktober 2024 rechnen. Noch später wäre auch absolut keine Überraschung.

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