AMD Roadmap Confirms Plans To Launch Ryzen 8000 CPUs In 2024

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The Ryzen 7000 series is among the best chips available on the market, but AMD appears to be looking to the future already. AMD has now confirmed the launch of its next-gen desktop processors for 2024.

Twitter user harukaze5719 has shared slides of the upcoming Ryzen 8000 series planned for next year. These new desktop processors from AMD will utilize the new Zen 5 architecture and Navi 3.5 graphics.

Combined, the Ryzen 8000 desktop processors should provide better CPU and GPU performance compared to the current generation.

The Ryzen 7000 series was launched back in 2022. AMD also introduced its 3D V-Cache technology into the mix, launching the Ryzen 7 7800X3D, Ryzen 9 7900X3D, and the Ryzen 9 7950X3D this year. This provided users with an additional bump in processing power, especially in gaming tasks. 

AMD seems to be sticking to its plan and might support its current AM5 socket with a four-year cycle, like its predecessor. In this case, users who want to upgrade to the latest Ryzen 8000 series would only require a bios update to get the advantage of next-gen hardware. 

Furthermore, Intel is also planning to launch a refresh for its current Raptor Lake 13th-generation processors, which will be followed by the 14th generation called Meteor Lake. The only downside to Intel desktop processors is their adaption of a new socket every two years.

AMD’s roadmap also points to a launch with a refresh of the Ryzen 7000 series this year. This will likely include Ryzen 7000 desktop APU designed to replace last-generation Ryzen 5000 APUs like the Ryzen 5700G.

The GPU on the Ryzen 7000 APUs will get a bump in graphics to Navi 3.0 compared to the last generation, which comes equipped with Vega 8 and Vega 6. Unlike the Ryzen 5000 and below, the current generation Ryzen 7000 series come with integrated graphics based on RDNA2.

However, they are not as powerful and are scaled back in performance compared to APUs with integrated graphics. The Ryzen 7000 APUs will likely be marketed towards budget gamers who want a playable 1080p gaming experience in e-sports titles.

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