Thursday, May 27th 2021

AMD Ryzen 8000 Series Processors Based on Zen 5 Architecture Reportedly Codenamed "Granite Ridge"

Today, we have talked about AMD's upcoming Raphael lineup of processors in the article you can find here. However, it seems like the number of leaks on AMD's plans just keeps getting greater. Thanks to the "itacg" on Weibo, we have learned that AMD's Ryzen 8000 desktop series of processors are reportedly codenamed as Granite Ridge. This new codename denotes the Zen 5 based processors, manufactured on TSMC's 3 nm (N3) node. Another piece of information is that AMD's Ryzen 8000 series APUs are allegedly called Strix Point, and they also use the 3 nm technology, along with a combination of Zen 5 and Zen 4 core design IPs. We are not sure how this exactly works out, so we have to wait to find out more.
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21 Comments on AMD Ryzen 8000 Series Processors Based on Zen 5 Architecture Reportedly Codenamed "Granite Ridge"

#2
weekendgeek
TheLostSwedeIs AMD stone walling?
I hope they're not between a rock and a hard place.
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#3
DeathtoGnomes
I take for granite AMD likes the view from the cliff.
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#4
lexluthermiester
Maybe I missed something.... What happened to Ryzen 6000/7000 series?
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#5
DeathtoGnomes
lexluthermiesterMaybe I missed something.... What happened to Ryzen 6000/7000 series?
I'd say leapfrog but @R-T-B might want in.
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#6
AleksandarK
lexluthermiesterMaybe I missed something.... What happened to Ryzen 6000/7000 series?
This is information about next-generation product codenames. Can not speculate on the exact name of the series.
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#7
iuliug
lexluthermiesterMaybe I missed something.... What happened to Ryzen 6000/7000 series?
Those are 5nm. This news is for the gen after on 3 nm.
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#8
ironwolf
AleksandarKThey are still on track. We just have the information about next-next generation product codenames.
I thought Ryzen 6000 was cancelled or never confirmed?
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#9
AleksandarK
ironwolfI thought Ryzen 6000 was cancelled or never confirmed?
Excuse me I have misexpressed myself. This is just a report based on a rumor. I have edited my comment.
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#10
R-T-B
DeathtoGnomesI'd say leapfrog but @R-T-B might want in.
Wait. This isn't a ladyfrog...
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#11
Dave65
Gonna wait for 0nm process.. :roll: :roll: :roll: :roll: :D:D:D
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#12
Arc1t3ct
What about Ryzen 10000? Surely they must have specs and performance numbers for that? What's the IPC like?
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#13
windwhirl
Intel with their lakes, AMD with their ridges... Guys must be avid users of Google Earth.
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#14
Xajel
TheLostSwedeIs AMD stone walling?
Just a wall for intel to hit their head on.
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#15
windwhirl
XajelJust a wall for intel to hit their head on.
:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
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#16
cyberloner
windwhirl:banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
lol
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#17
AsRock
TPU addict
lexluthermiesterMaybe I missed something.... What happened to Ryzen 6000/7000 series?
Yeah i was hoping they would have some order how they are released and thought we just started that and POOF they go fuck around with it already.

7000 for the desktop and 6000 for the Laptop.
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#18
Tardian
Granite Ridge ... My wife wants one for the Kitchen.
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#19
Gmr_Chick
TheLostSwedeIs AMD stone walling?
weekendgeekI hope they're not between a rock and a hard place.
DeathtoGnomesI take for granite AMD likes the view from the cliff.
The Pun is strong with this one :roll:
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#20
outpt
is intel worried about amd's heartbreak ridge cpu's ?
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#21
Minus Infinity
lexluthermiesterMaybe I missed something.... What happened to Ryzen 6000/7000 series?
Zen 4 isn't based on rocks, it's Genoa for the CPU and Phoenix for the APU IIRC.
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