Spotted the CPU on the B650 and it’s running at 1.5V!

The more time passes, the closer we get to the launch of the Ryzen 7000s. Plus, the closer we get to its release, the more we have to save leaked about them. Anyway, today, via someone on Twitter, we can see one of these CPUs running on an MSI B650 card with a very large VCore!

Ryzen 7000: 1.5V VCore for a CPU Powered by the B650!

Of course, all of this should be taken with a grain of salt when you see a file Leaking. However, the account @9550pro On Twitter, we share a screenshot showing the CPU running on the MAG B650. It also shows a very very large VCore of 1.532V and of course this is a coil engineering sample.

In short, it’s hard to be comprehensive behind all this. However, this can be explained in several ways. Either, the copy has been tested to see what it provided in recent immunizations (in the OC for example). Either it’s time to build a nice portfolio of EDF stocks. In any case, it is not a final model, especially since we do not even know how many cores this processor has.

As a reminder, with this 7000 series, AMD will present a new version Plug : AM5, which will also be in LGA (pins on Plug). In terms of etching, we are entitled to 5 nm from TSMC and we can expect an IPC gain of 25% according to us. Spanish colleagues. Additionally, AMD is aiming for 5.00 GHz and will continue to offer CPUs with a maximum of 16 cores. This choice could blow the TDP from 105W with the Ryzen 5000 to 170W for this generation.

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Finally, we can count on memory support in DDR5 (5200 MT / s) as well as PCIe 5.0 up to 28 lines. Ditto for instructions for AVX-512, USB 4.0, etc. If confirmed, you should send the wood.

Stan Shaw

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