HWiNFO To Get Preliminary Support For AMD RAMP & Enhanced Support For AMD AM5 ‘Ryzen’ CPU Platforms
HWiNFO will soon be getting support for AMD's next-generation AM5 Ryzen CPU platforms and also a new technology known as RAMP. AMD Ryzen AM5 CPU Platform & RAMP Support To Be Added To Upcoming Version of HWiNFO While the latest version of HWiNFO adds preliminary support for Intel's next-gen Granite Rapids Xeon lineup, the upcoming […] The post HWiNFO To Get Preliminary Support For AMD RAMP & Enhanced Support For AMD AM5 ‘Ryzen’ CPU Platforms by Hassan Mujtaba appeared first on Wccftech.
HWiNFO will soon be getting support for AMD's next-generation AM5 Ryzen CPU platforms and also a new technology known as RAMP.
AMD Ryzen AM5 CPU Platform & RAMP Support To Be Added To Upcoming Version of HWiNFO
While the latest version of HWiNFO adds preliminary support for Intel's next-gen Granite Rapids Xeon lineup, the upcoming version will be focusing more on AMD platforms. Not only will it get support for AMD's AM5 Ryzen platforms but preliminary support for AMD RAMP has also been mentioned. While we have a handful of information regarding AMD's AM5 CPU platform and the accompanying Ryzen CPUs, this is the first time we are hearing about RAMP. We don't know if it's related to the AM5 platform but based on the name, it could be a new boosting algorithm though we cannot confirm this yet.
Following are the list of changes coming to HWiNFO soon:
- HWiNFO64 ported to UNICODE.
- Enhanced Intel XMP 3.0 Revision 1.2 support.
- Enhanced sensor monitoring on some ASRock B660 and H610 series.
- Added preliminary support of AMD RAMP.
- Enhanced support of future AMD AM5 platforms.
Here's Everything We Know About AMD's Raphael Ryzen 'Zen 4' Desktop CPUs
The next-generation Zen 4 based Ryzen Desktop CPUs will be codenamed Raphael and will replace the Zen 3 based Ryzen 5000 Desktop CPUs that are codenamed, Vermeer. From the information we currently have, Raphael CPUs will be based on the 5nm Zen 4 core architecture & will feature 6nm I/O dies in a chiplet design. AMD has hinted at upping the core counts of its next-gen mainstream desktop CPUs so we can expect a slight bump from the current max of 16 cores and 32 threads.
The brand new Zen 4 architecture is rumored to deliver up to 25% IPC gain over Zen 3 and hit clock speeds of around 5 GHz. AMD's upcoming Ryzen 3D V-Cache chips based on the Zen 3 architecture will be featuring stacked chiplets so that design is expected to be carried over to AMD's Zen 4 line of chips too.
AMD Ryzen 'Zen 4' Desktop CPU Expected Features:
- Brand New Zen 4 CPU Cores (IPC / Architectural Improvements)
- Brand New TSMC 5nm process node with 6nm IOD
- Support on AM5 Platform With LGA1718 Socket
- Dual-Channel DDR5 Memory Support
- 28 PCIe Lanes (CPU Exclusive)
- 105-120W TDPs (Upper Bound Range ~170W)
As for the platform itself, the AM5 motherboards will feature the LGA1718 socket which is going to last quite some time. The platform will feature DDR5-5200 memory, 28 PCIe lanes, more NVMe 4.0 & USB 3.2 I/O, and may also ship with native USB 4.0 support. There will be at least two 600-series chipsets for AM5 initially, the X670 flagship and B650 mainstream. The X670 chipset motherboards are expected to feature both PCIe Gen 5 and DDR5 memory support but due to an increase in size, it is reported that ITX boards will only feature B650 chipsets.
The Raphael Ryzen Desktop CPUs are also expected to feature RDNA 2 onboard graphics which means that just like Intel's mainstream desktop lineup, AMD's mainstream lineup will also feature iGPU graphics support. In regards to how many GPU cores there will be on the new chips, rumors say anywhere from 2-4 (128-256 cores). This will be lesser than the RDNA 2 CU count featured on the soon-to-be-released Ryzen 6000 APUs 'Rembrandt' but enough to keep Intel's Iris Xe iGPUs at bay.
AMD Mainstream Desktop CPU Generations Comparison:
|AMD CPU Family||Codename||Processor Process||Processors Cores/Threads (Max)||TDPs||Platform||Platform Chipset||Memory Support||PCIe Support||Launch|
|Ryzen 1000||Summit Ridge||14nm (Zen 1)||8/16||95W||AM4||300-Series||DDR4-2677||Gen 3.0||2017|
|Ryzen 2000||Pinnacle Ridge||12nm (Zen +)||8/16||105W||AM4||400-Series||DDR4-2933||Gen 3.0||2018|
|Ryzen 3000||Matisse||7nm (Zen 2)||16/32||105W||AM4||500-Series||DDR4-3200||Gen 4.0||2019|
|Ryzen 5000||Vermeer||7nm (Zen 3)||16/32||105W||AM4||500-Series||DDR4-3200||Gen 4.0||2020|
|Ryzen 6000||Warhol?||7nm (Zen 3D)||16/32||105W||AM4||500-Series||DDR4-3200||Gen 4.0||2022|
|Ryzen 7000||Raphael||5nm (Zen 4)||16/32?||105-170W||AM5||600-Series||DDR5-4800||Gen 5.0||2022|
|Ryzen 8000||Granite Ridge||3nm (Zen 5)?||TBA||TBA||AM5||700-Series?||DDR5-5000?||Gen 5.0||2023|
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