AMD’s next-generation Ryzen 7000 series processors will be available in the second half of 2022. Rumors also reveal that mass production started this month and that the Zen 4 architecture chips will not be delayed. As you know, the socket structure used with new processors will completely change. In addition, we expect numerous innovations with the AM5 platform.
With the new socketollarse, the pins on the processor will be completely eliminated. On the other hand, the 600 series chip sedollar series will take its place in the market together with the CPUs. Now, the first leaks of the B650 motherboard, the successor to the B450 and B550 motherboards, were shared by @9550pro.
The alleged screenshot shows the MSI MAG B650 working with AMD’s engineering sample processor. Although the processor is not specified, this must be a member of the Ryzen 7000 family. The B650 chip sedollar series will appeal to the midrange as usual. Presumably, the high-end X670 and low-budget B620 anakardollarsar will also be released.
We can compare the B650 with the B660, on the Intel LGA1700 side. AMD’s B650 chipset will be part of the all-new AM5 (LGA1718) platform for Ryzen 7000 processors, codenamed “Raphael”. Noteworthy are the high VCore values of 1.532V. It could be a software bug or possibly the user was testing the overclocking abilities with high frequencies.
AMD Raphael will be the first “S” desktop processor lineup with embedded Radeon graphics. With the new platform, PCIe 5.0 connections will be supported as well as DDR5 memory support. Unfortunately, all of this will raise the price of anakardollaryel a little.