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AMD Ryzen 7000 (“Raphael”): BOINC database lists 8 and 16 Zen 4 CPUs

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in the project database MilkyWay @ home, which uses distributed computing to create a high-resolution 3D computer model of the Milky Way and on the platform BOINC It uses two CPUs with 8 and 16 Zen 4s that can be customized for the Ryzen 7000 series (“Raphael”) processors.

Geometric samples with 8 and 16 Zen-4 cores

The two entries in the search project database reveal 100-000000666-21_N And 100-000000665-21_N Two AMD 25 family CPUs, behind which are hidden the upcoming AMD Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors, which debuted as a “teaser” at CES 2022 with 5GHz in Halo. The engineering samples caught the attention of Twitter user @BenchLeaks.

Two previous-series CPUs, which have already been delivered to OEM partners for testing, ran on a system with Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS (“Focal Fossa”) and were backed in their calculations by an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080.

1000-000000666-21_N with 8 cores
1000-000000666-21_N with 8 cores
1000-000000665-21_N with 16 cores
1000-000000665-21_N with 16 cores

Both models, which are expected to succeed the current Zen 3 CPUs Ryzen 7 5800X and Ryzen 9 5950X (test), are striking, especially the L3 cache, which has doubled to 1024KB.

Ryzen 7000 with Zen 4 in the second half of the year

AMD has often mentioned the second half of 2022 for Zen 4, and that hasn’t changed with the demo at CES 2022. With Ryzen 5000X3D in the spring, fall is the ultimate reality for the release of Zen 4.

AMD has also already confirmed the presence of the new socket. AM5 changes to LGA format, so CPUs no longer have classic pins. The number of contacts increases to 1718 – about the same value as the Intel Core i-12000 (tested) with 1,700 contacts.

AMD Ryzen 7000

AMD Ryzen 7000

New AM5 socket for AMD Ryzen 7000

New AM5 socket for AMD Ryzen 7000

Genoa, the server adapted for Zen 4, will also be produced and introduced in 2022, AMD confirmed two months ago. A new generation of desktop and server CPUs are coming off the assembly line at the world’s largest contract manufacturer TSMC in Operation N5.