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AMD AM5 “Raphael” will not support PCIe 5.0 interface

Platform AM5 From AMD It will arrive with many novelties, including the inclusion of memories DDR5, but not with PCIe 5.0.

AMD AM5 “Raphael” will not support PCIe 5.0 interface

Intel Corporation Confirmed that the next twelfth generation of the Core series is dubbed “Alder Lake”, will be the first to support the interface PCIe 5.0and will do so later this year with Alder Lake and new socket motherboards LGA 1700.

According to the leak AMD Ryzen ‘Raphael’ processors will not support PCIe 5.0. The red company was not planning to move to PCIe 5.0 during 2022.

AMD AM5 chipset will offer 16 + 4 + 4 PCIe 4.0 lane configuration, Ensuring high-quality graphics, high-speed NVMe drives, and USB4 devices can be connected simultaneously. This means that more PCIe 4.0 lanes will be available.

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Another novelty we see in this leak is the confirmation of support for dual-channel DDR5 memories, although it is not indicated what speeds they will support.

support for DisplayPort 2.0 on the podium AMD AM5, which is combined with an additional 4 PCIe 4.0 lanes via a USB 4 controller.

Last but not least, this generation of CPUs will be the first to integrate GPUs, with the exception of the usual classic APUs. This is the GPU

Treatments “Raphael” They will give life to this series AMD Ryzen 7000, belongs to Zen 4 architecture.

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