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New leak envisions what the AM5 socket could look like and highlights key AMD Ryzen 7000 specs


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e now have a rough idea about what AMD's Zen 4 Raphael-based processors could look like. The AMD Ryzen 7000 series of CPUs are tipped to support DDR5 RAM, feature 28 PCIe 4.0 lanes and a TDP of 120W (170W for some models). Rumours suggest that AMD is slated to launch these processors sometime in late 2022

Leaked roadmaps have told us that AMD is finally ditching the AM4 socket with its next-generation Zen 4 CPUs. Another significant change is the transition from a PGA (Pin Grid Array) socket to LGA (Land Grid Array). We now have our first look at what an AM5-based LGA1718 CPU could look like, thanks to Twitter user ExecutableFix, who also happens to be the same person who told us about AMD's move to LGA.

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