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AMD : Ryzen 6000 cancelled to favor Zen 4 ?

AMD : Ryzen 6000 cancelled to favor Zen 4 ?

Earlier this year, we mentioned the possible arrival of a Ryzen 6000series based on an optimization of Zen 3.

The Ryzen 6000 series (Warhol) was expected to offer a CPI improvement of between 9 and 12% . Another point was the possibility that finally the frequency of 5.00 GHz could be offered “standard” on this generation. Finally, it was to extend the life of the AM4 socket and compete with Intel’s Alder Lake-S family.

No Ryzen 6000 in 2021?

However, in recent hours, the arrival of this generation seems at least compromised for 2021 or even purely and simply canceled to move to Ryzen 7000 (Zen 4) in 2022. The reason would be none other than the shortage of wafers and the multiple supply tensions on the market in recent months.

AMD could therefore decide to extend the commercial life of the Ryzen 5000, which for the moment do not have too many concerns about competition, and leave Intel alone, which will inevitably suffer from a price increase with the arrival of its DDR5 platform.

The real launch for AMD would be in 2022 with the Ryzen 7000 (Raphael) with the Zen4 architecture and the 5nm manufacturing process. It is expected on this generation of IPC improvements up to 22% compared to Zen3 and the adoption of DDR5 RAM. This new generation will also involve the arrival of a new platform and the end of AM4.

Note that this Ryzen 6000 generation has never really been mentioned by AMD but multiple leaks had confirmed its existence.

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