Gigabyte claims that "next generation of AMD Ryzen desktop processors" are launching this year

Is Zen 5 coming this year?

Gigabyte claims that

Gigabyte expects AMD to launch next-generation Ryzen processors later this year 

As part of a press release for their socket AM5-based E133-C10 and R133-C10 servers, Gigabyte has claimed that "next-generation" Ryzen desktop processors are due to launching "later this year". 

Currently, it is unknown what these new Ryzen processors will look like, be it refreshed Zen 4 processors or all-new Zen 5 CPUs. The term "next-generation", implies that AMD's upcoming CPUs are based on AMD's Zen 5 CPU architecture, though this has not been confirmed. 

Below is what Gigabyte had to say in their press release.

    Support for Future Generations of Processors

Even though these new products are entry-level servers, CPU support does not end here and the AM5 platform is supported until at least 2025. The next generation of AMD Ryzen desktop processors that will come out later this year will also be supported on this AM5 platform, so customers who purchase these servers today have the opportunity to upgrade to the Ryzen 7000 series successor.  

Gigabyte claims that

Today, competition is running hot between AMD and Intel within the x86 CPU market, with AMD delivering strong performance with their Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 series CPUs, Intel delivering a strong counter with their 13th Generation Raptor Lake CPUs, and AMD following up with their V-Cache enhanced Ryzen 7000 X3D processors.

Rumour has it that Intel are planning to release refreshed Raptor Lake series CPUs later this year, and Gigabyte's latest press release claims that AMD will have something fresh coming in the second half of 2023. If Gigabyte is to be believed, AMD have next-generation CPUs on the horizon.  

You can join the discussion on Gigabyte's claim that next-gen Ryzen CPUs are launching later this year on the OC3D Forums.

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27-03-2023, 12:15:39

no way they release zen 5 this year.

maybe it´s a XT version or the APU with "big and little cores" or a PRO version with extra security features.

but sure gigabyte has achieved it´s goal of free marketing with this press release.Quote

27-03-2023, 12:28:04

With the 7000X3D line only being released last month I can't see AMD releasing a new desktop series this year.Quote

27-03-2023, 12:42:16

Idk it's very possible that they could late in the year as a christmas product with the line up slowly launching over into spring.

I'd expect if they do thou people are going to be annoyed, as i'm expecting zen 5 to kick butt.Quote

27-03-2023, 13:39:10

It would be interesting if AMD launches real next gen.

One thing I can see AMD doing is releasing Zen4 + Zen 4c, in a configuration similar to Rocket Lake.Quote

27-03-2023, 13:48:16

I've not looked at the roadmap in ages just take it as read they are in a machine doing the same things, but zen 5 is going to be a bigger leap than zen 4 was more like the jump from zen 2 to zen 3 was kinda a tick tock make something refine it then move forward, i'm expecting it to be a far better thing as internally they are making little comments like they would like it to come out now and buy it themselves.

I guess it's ship it when it's ready and if ahead of time just do it, in all honesty I feel Intel while they caught up in general the x3d part is kicking them and if it then becomes a double kicking not sure Intel are ready for that myself.Quote

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