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AMD X870E – the first leaks about the new chipset for Ryzen 8000 processors have appeared on the Internet


AMD X870E - the first leaks about the new chipset for Ryzen 8000 processors have appeared on the InternetSome time ago, we informed about leaks regarding the upcoming AMD Ryzen 8000 processors from the Granite Ridge family, which would support the USB 4.0 standard. It is worth adding that some of these models are apparently already in mass production. Now, however, new information has emerged about the successor to the X670E chipset, namely the upcoming X870E. So let’s check what the American company is preparing for us.

The first leaks about the X870E chipset suggest support for USB 4.0 and support for higher IF bus clock speeds. There are also lower-ranked logic circuits on the way.

AMD X870E – the first leaks about the new chipset for Ryzen 8000 processors have appeared on the Internet

AMD Ryzen 8000 is to receive support for the USB 4 standard. The new generation of motherboards will receive further possibilities

The X870E chipset is to be composed of three systems: two Prom21 responsible for PCIe 5.0 lines and an ASM4242 USB 4.0 controller. The X870 chipset, positioned lower, will only receive one Prom21 chip and one USB 4.0 controller, which means fewer PCIe 5.0 lanes. According to information from Moore’s Law is Dead, the B850 and B840 chipsets will not receive support for the new USB standard, but will be equipped with the Prom21 and Prom19 chips. Additionally, the leaks included mention of service RAM DDR5 up to 8000 MT/s on EXPO profiles.

AMD X870E - the first leaks about the new chipset for Ryzen 8000 processors have appeared on the Internet [2]

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It seems that the new Ryzen 8000 processors from the Granite Ridge family may have a faster IF (Infinity Fabric) bus, although it is possible that this information only applies to APU systems that allow for higher clock speeds thanks to the monolithic design compared to the chiplet architecture in the CPU. Returning to motherboards, new chipsets and products equipped with them should appear at Computex 2024 in June this year, i.e. before the debut of processors using them. These will appear only in… second half of 2024.

Source: Moore’s Law Is Dead



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