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AMD Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael’ and Ryzen 7000X3D ‘Raphael-X’ desktop processors are rumored to support DDR5-5600, 1800 MHz FCLK memory


Rumor has it that the AMD Ryzen 7000 and Ryzen 7000X3D processors, which will be part of the Raphael AM5 platform, support higher DDR5 memory performance.

AMD Raphael ‘Ryzen 7000’ and Raphael-X ‘Ryzen 7000X3D’ desktop processors are rumored to support DDR5-5600 memory

The latest rumors are coming from KittyYuko who tweeted after a long break of six months. According to his latest tweet, the leak was able to get some information regarding future Ryzen 7000 Desktop processors such as Raphael, Raphael-X, and more recently announced as well as a Dragon Range APU powered by Zen 4 for laptops.

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It is stated that AMD Ryzen 7000 desktop processors will include both Raphael and Raphael-X. The first will be the standard Ryzen 7000 desktop processors to be launched this year, and the Raphael-X will be equipped with 3D V-Cache next year and will be celebrated as the Ryzen 7000X3D series. This is also noted by recent rumors, but more interesting information – the characteristics of memory.

Our first DDR5 platform for gaming is our Raphael platform, and one of the amazing things about Raphael is that we’ll really try to make a big splash with overclocking, and I’ll just leave it there, but the speeds you might have thought could not possibly possibly possibly with this overclocking specification.

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Currently, DDR5 platforms for 2022 look like this:

  • Intel Alder Lake – DDR5-4800 (native – confirmed)
  • Intel Raptor Lake – DDR5-5600 (native – expected)
  • AMD Ryzen 7000 – DDR5-5600 (native – expected)

According to rumors, both Ryzen 7000 and Ryzen 7000X3D will support DDR5-5600 memory. This is a faster memory characteristic than the one specified by the memory manufacturer, APACER, in his slide presentation, which we reported here. The transition from DDR5-5200 to DDR5-5600 is a 7.5% increase in clock speed and a 16.5% increase over the DDR5-4800 specification specification. This will be a significant improvement over 12th generation Intel Alder Lake processors that support DDR5-4800 while Raptor Lake is expected to receive DDR5-5600 support. So AMD will probably have parity with the latest Intel platform on its first DDR5 platform that they already have pointed here.

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Comparison of AMD Mainstream desktop processor generations:

AMD processor family Code name Processor process CPU cores / threads (max.) TDPs Platform Chipset platform Memory support PCIe support Launch
Ryzen 1000 Summit ridge 14 nm (zen 1) 8/16 95 W. AM4 300th series DDR4-2677 Generation 3.0 2017
Ryzen 2000 Pinnacle Ridge 12 nm (zen +) 8/16 105 W. AM4 400th series DDR4-2933 Generation 3.0 2018
Ryzen 3000 Matisse 7 nm (Zen 2) 16/32 105 W. AM4 500th series DDR4-3200 Generation 4.0 2019
Ryzen 5000 Vermeer 7 nm (Zen 3) 16/32 105 W. AM4 500th series DDR4-3200 Generation 4.0 2020
Ryzen 5000 3d Warhal? 7 nm (Zen 3D) 8/16 105 W. AM4 500th series DDR4-3200 Generation 4.0 2022
Ryzen 7000 Raphael 5 nm (Zen 4) 16/32? 105-170 W. AM5 600th series DDR5-5200 / 5600? Generation 5.0 2022
Ryzen 7000 3d Raphael 5 nm (Zen 4) 16/32? 105-170 W. AM5 600th series DDR5-5200 / 5600? Generation 5.0 2023
Ryzen 8000 Granite ridge 3 nm (Zen 5)? TBA TBA AM5 700th series? DDR5-5600 + Generation 5.0 2024-2025?

FCLK for AMD Ryzen 7000 desktop processors is said to be in the range of 1600-1800 MHz (Infinity Fabric), which is similar to existing Ryzen 5000 ‘Zen 3’ processors. But the 1800 MHz FCLK is said to be the upper limit of overclocking. It looks like the FCLK APU will have better FCLK overclocking, as demonstrated with the Zen 3 and Zen 2 parts. On the other hand, Dragon Range processors are said to use Raphael Die on the FCBGA-FL1 socket.

Although DDR5 prices are still not close to DDR4 prices, it looks like by the beginning of 2023, when more and more major CPU platforms hit the mass market, we will see a gradual drop in prices to the new standard if manufacturers DRAMs are trying to reach prices. parity with DDR4 for further acceptance.

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