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AMD Ryzen 9000 (“Granite Ridge”) vs. Intel Core Ultra 200 (“Arrow Lake”)

AMD Ryzen 9000 (“Granite Ridge”) vs. Intel Core Ultra 200 (“Arrow Lake”)

The CPU duel for next-gen desktop CPUs between the AMD Ryzen 9000 (“Granite Ridge”) and Intel Core Ultra 200 (“Arrow Lake”) could begin as early as Q3 2024, according to usually informed reports. circles in Majlis Channel Forum Regulated Chinese OEM partner can be heard. PCGH's editorial team is once again collecting all the information and rumors that have already leaked and categorizing them accordingly. The big question will be whether Intel will be able to compete with Zen 5 with 3D V-Cache with its upcoming hybrid processor architecture.

Ryzen 9000 vs Core Ultra 200

It has been clear for a long time regarding the infrastructure, which in the case of the Ryzen 9000 will remain the AM5 platform with the LGA-1718 socket, and at Intel, the new LGA-1851 socket will debut next year with the Core Ultra 200. When it comes to the new chipsets, AMD will build on further development of the existing A620 and B650(E) chipsets and the upcoming chipsets, called Platform Controller Hubs (“PCHs”), are said to have these new specifications, standards, and feature sets:

Ryzen 9000 + Ultra Core 200**

  • 256GB DDR5-5600 to DDR5-6400
  • Wi-Fi 7 and Bluetooth 5.3 or 5.4
  • LAN speed of 5Gbps to 10Gbps
  • USB4 at speeds of up to 40 Gbps

The architectures themselves will also look significantly different from the current AMD Ryzen 7000 and Intel Core-i-14000.

Ryzen 9000**:

  • Zain 5
  • RNA 3.5 (tRNA 2)*
  • 4, 6, 8 and 16 processor cores
  • 8, 12, 16 and 32 threads
  • 65 to 170W TDP
  • N4/N5 from TSMC
  • 3D Cache V

*) Grantie Ridge should take over responsibility for Raphael's I/O template.