AMD’s AM5 Platform Will Support DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 By 2022

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2021-10-16 13:13:55

(CHK) In the video “AMD Ryzen Processors: 5 Years Later,” two executives go back in time, recalling how the company announced “Ryzen” with a few demos at launch. . Robert then went on to talk about the new Ryzen platform. “In 2022, Ryzen will have a new platform and some key components are DDR5, PCI Express Gen 5 and better compatibility with existing AM4 coolers,” he said.

AMD released its first Ryzen processors five years ago, and the company is celebrating that by looking back at those successful years. AMD executives Robert Hallock and John Taylor sat down to discuss the entire architecture and how the company achieved various milestones in the world of semiconductors. AMD also confirmed their new AM5 platform will launch in 2022, it will support both PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 memory at launch.

In the video “AMD Ryzen Processors: 5 Years Later,” the two executives go back in time, recalling how the company announced “Ryzen” with a few demos at launch. Robert then went on to talk about the new Ryzen platform. “In 2022, Ryzen will have a new platform and some key components are DDR5, PCI Express Gen 5 and better compatibility with existing AM4 coolers,” he said.

While we already know about DDR5, this is the first confirmation of PCIe 5 support. For those who don’t know, AMD has been supporting PCIe 4.0 since Zen 2 in 2019, while Intel only provided support. for PCIe 4.0 this year. With PCIe 5 doubling the available bandwidth, it will be interesting to see what impact it will have on performance.

A rather useful detail is how AMD addressed CPU cooler compatibility in the video while announcing new details. Mr. Robbert confirmed the compatibility of the cooler with the existing AM4 cooler as one of the key components of the AM5. This means you will be able to bring your existing CPU cooler onto the new motherboard. No need to buy a new one or wait for the manufacturers to release the adapter.

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