AMD's next-gen Ryzen 9000 Desktop CPUs have actually supposedly been noted with Alienware's R15 video gaming PC as one user in China has actually found.
AMD Ryzen 9000 Desktop CPUs Already? Alienware R15 Gaming PC Material Lists Next-Gen CPU, A Mistake or Next-Gen Coming Soon?
The Chiphell online forum member states that he supposedly bought the Alienware R15 Gaming and Dell offered him a marketing letter discussing "Alienware Desktop with AMD Ryzen 9000 Processor". The user likewise declares that this was sent to devoted clients of the Alienware brand name however if real, then it appears like either somebody at Alienware had a slip of hand or mistakenly pointed out something that they weren't expected to.
Now clearly, we would encourage you to take this story with a mountain of salt because this might all be a scam and we will describe why. Of all, according to the newest branding convention, AMD isn't expected to utilize the 9000 calling plan for its Ryzen CPUs till 2025. The very first number signifies the year. It's 2023 for "7", 2024 for "8" and 2025 for "9". This calling convention was presented with the Ryzen 7000 Mobile lineup however ought to likewise use to desktops.
Now simply a couple of hours back, there was a brand-new leakage that mentioned that AMD's Ryzen Desktop APUs for the AM5 household, codenamed Phoenix, would utilize the Ryzen 8000 calling plan which would recommend a launch in 2024. At the exact same time, there will likewise be Ryzen 8000 Desktop CPUs however both households will share various architectures. It will be Zen 4 for the Desktop APUs and Zen 5 for the Desktop CPUs. AMD might make things much easier by following a calling plan comparable to mobile however the current reports recommend that they will be utilizing the standard convention and not utilize the more fancy calling plans as the mobile lineup. Ryzen 7000"Zen 4 "Mobile APU -7940H(7=2023/ 9=Segment/ 4= Zen 4 Architecture/ 0=Feature )Ryzen 8000"Zen 4" Desktop APU -8700G(
8=2024/ 7=Segment/ G =Integrated APU Graphics ) Now the above example is just legitimate if the reports hold true and AMD does wind up utilizing the Ryzen 8000 branding which is yet to be validated. Back to the Ryzen 9000, you can inform why it feels truly odd to think that Alienware would deliver a Ryzen 9000 Desktop CPU with its Alienware R15 desktop this quickly. We are particular that this may simply be an error by Alienware and Ryzen 8000 CPUs will be the ones to anticipate in 2024 for AM5 desktops.
When once again, it will certainly be odd for AMD to introduce its Ryzen 7000 follower under the Ryzen 9000 series. We ought to be particular that there would be a Ryzen 8000 however based upon reports, it appears like anything can take place. Stay tuned to find out more and ideally, AMD will clear things up a bit by CES 2024.
|AMD Desktop CPU/APU Generations Comparison: Processor Architecture Processor Process||Cores/ Threads (Max)||Platform||Memory Support||TDPs||Release|
|AMD Ryzen 1000||Zen 1 "Summit Ridge"||14nm||8/16 (1900X)||AM4 (300-Series)||DDR4-2667||65W-95W||2017|
|AMD Ryzen 2000||Zen+ "Pinnacle Ridge"||12nm||8/16 (2700X)||AM4 (400-Series)||DDR4-2933||65W-95W||2018|
|AMD Ryzen 2000G||Zen 1 "Summit Ridge"||14nm||4/8 (2400G)||AM4 (400-Series)||DDR4-2933||65W||2018|
|AMD Ryzen 3000||Zen 2 "Matisse"||7nm||16/32 (3950X)||AM4 (500-Series)||DDR4-3200||65-95W||2019|
|AMD Ryzen 3000G||Zen+ "Picasso"||7nm||4/8 (3400G)||AM4 (500-Series)||DDR4-2933||65W||2019|
|AMD Ryzen 4000||Zen 2 "Renoir"||7nm||6/12 (4500 )||AM4 (500-Series)||DDR4-3200||65W||2022|
|AMD Ryzen 4000G||Zen 2 "Renoir"||7nm||8/16 (4700G)||AM4 (500-Series)||DDR4-3200||65W||2020|
|AMD Ryzen 5000||Zen 3 "Vermeer"||7nm||16/32 (5950X)||AM4 (500-Series)||DDR4-3200||65-95W||2020|
|AMD Ryzen 5000G||Zen 3 "Cezanne"||7nm||8/16 (5700G)||AM4 (500-Series)||DDR4-3200||65W||2021|
|AMD Ryzen 7000||Zen 4 "Raphael"||5nm||16/32 (7950X)||AM5 (600-Series)||DDR5-5200||65-170W||2022|
|AMD Ryzen 8000G (Rumor)||Zen 4 "Phoenix"||5nm||8/16 (8700G)||AM5 (600-Series)||DDR5-5200||65-126W||2023-2024|
|AMD Ryzen 8000 (Rumor)||Zen 5 "Granite Ridge"||3nm||16/32||AM5 (700-Series)||DDR5-6000||65-170W||2024|
News Source: HXL (@ 9550pro)