AMD Ryzen 8000 specs leak online


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Feb 4, 2016
A new leak says that the Zen 5-based Ryzen 8000 series of desktop processors will max out at 16 cores. Their max TDP and L1/L2/L3 caches will also be identical to their Zen 4 counterparts. A
MD could launch them sometime in H2 2024 or early 2025.

There have been plenty of leaks about AMD's upcoming Ryzen 8000 series of desktop processors, many of which talked about increased L1 and L2 cache sizes, up to 30% IPC increase and an L4 cache for APUs. PCgamehardware has now stumbled upon some new information about Team Red's upcoming desktop offerings.

Zen 5's CCDs will be codenamed "Eldora". The overall core count is still sixteen (same as Zen 4), and each CPU core is labelled "Nirvana". Similarly, the entry-level offering will pack 6 CPU cores, something which has remained unchanged since the Zen 2 era. The maximum TDP for Ryzen 8000 processors is capped at 170 Watts, likely because that's all the AM5 socket can supply. Lastly, some SKUs could pack up to 64 MB of L3 cache and 16 MB of L2.

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