On August 29, AMD officially announced that it would present a new generation of Ryzen 7000 processors as part of a Together we extension_PCs event. The event will be broadcast on the official AMD channel on YouTube.
The event will be addressed by the head of Lisa Soo's company and other AMD top managers. The company's representatives will provide details about the new Zen 4 architecture, which is the basis for the next generation of AMD Ryzen processors. We also have new details about the Ryzen 7,000 series chips themselves and the new AMD Socket AM5 platform for them.
One of the key features of the Ryzen 7000 processors and the entire Socket AM5 platform as a whole will be to support the operational memory of the DDR5 standard as well as the PCIe 5.0 interface.