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The AMD Zen 5 CPU delivers a staggering 40% performance boost over the current Ryzen 7000 CPUs

The AMD Zen 5 CPU delivers a staggering 40% performance boost over the current Ryzen 7000 CPUs

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AMD’s upcoming Zen 5 Ryzen 9000 CPUs could offer speeds up to 40% faster than current Ryzen 7000 models. A significant desktop processor competition is expected in late 2024. However, details on the specifications or performance of AMD or Intel’s next-gen processors are limited.

Owners of AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs stand to benefit later this year, as they can upgrade to the new CPUs on their existing systems. The new Socket AM5 platform is anticipated to support the Zen 5 models launching in 2024. On the other hand, Intel will introduce a new CPU socket and architecture, requiring customers to purchase new motherboards.

Intel’s 15th Gen Arrow Lake processors, using the company’s new 20A process, are set to launch later in 2024. Recent CPUs like the Core i5-14600K have been refreshes of existing models, indicating Intel’s need for a new architecture. According to reports, Arrow Lake could provide a performance boost of 25-35% compared to its predecessors.

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