AMD Ryzen 2000 CPUs and APUs are getting closer to their official release but, AMD is still working on improving is tech used in its chips as AMD has confirmed that it is already working on Zen 5 micro-architecture.
This is according to lead Zen architect Mike Clark who confirmed that he is working on Zen 5 mico-architecture while talking about AMD’s successful Ryzen processor family. AMD uploaded a video on its official Youtube channel which featured the people behind the Ryzen series.
In related news, while AMD will soon be rolling out its AMD Ryzen 2000 CPUs and APUs which will include Ryzen 7 2700X, however, it seems that Ryzen 7 2800X won’t part of the first wave of Ryzen 2000 products.
According to a report, AMD Ryzen 7 2800X might not be released next month with other Ryzen 2000 CPUs and APUs as the leaked cover of the next issue of CanardPC features 2700X as its cover
The leaked cover also mentions Ryzen 2000 products from 2200G to 2700X but there is no mention of the 2800X which might indicate that AMD is planning not to release the 2800X as part of the first wave of Ryzen 2000 products.
AMD has also confirmed that the newly discovered security exploits for its chips are legit. According to the company, these AMD security exploits grant the users unrestricted access to a system and gives the right to delete or create anything within the system.
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