At the Flash Memorial Summit 2022, AMD and Phison demonstrated the hardware of the new PCIe 5.0 standard as part of a test platform based on the Ryzen 7000 series processor.
The solid storage device prototype was connected directly to the M2 parent ' s pay and used PCIE 5.0 lines supported by CPU. The device was built using 232 layered flash chips from the Microsoft B58R standard 3D NAND TLC. The manufacturer has not yet completed the test phase, so the reading/recording speed of the device was only about 10 Gbyte/s, which is not a record indicator.
In May this year, the manufacturer showed a storage device based on the PS5026-E26 controller, which worked with the ASUS ROG X670 Hero's motherboard. Then the SSD released a speed of 12 Gbyte/s with consecutive reading and up to 10 Gbyte/s with consecutive recording.
A new flash memory of 3D NAND TLC is currently showing a performance of 1,600 MT/s. However, in the long run it will be able to produce a value of 2,000 MT/c, thus achieving 12 and 11 Gbyte/s for consecutive reading and recording operations respectively.
The main test platform was an unnamed engineering sample of the six-nuclear processor Ryzen 7000 with an OPN marking of 100-0000593-20_Y. This chip is already running in earlier leaks. In the future it debuts under the name Ryzen 57600X.
Maternal fees based on the AMD X670 and B650 chipsets will be supported by the PCIE 5.0 interface for NVMe storage devices. AMD will also release chipsets X670E and B650E, which will support PCIe 5.0 lines not only for the permanent memory subsystem but also for video cards.