ITX PC protagonist, AMD to launch 65W 12-core processor
For the PC DIY market, the debut of the Ryzen 5000 series processor can be said to be a complete surprise, although the overall price has increased a lot, but the resulting multi-core and single-core performance improvement is also quite pleasing, the overall cost performance is still quite good. And, thanks to the advantages of advanced process technology, the Ryzen 5000 series of multi-core processors in the power consumption performance is also quite outstanding, but also many ITX PC players are pleased, but, better things are still behind.
The latest exposure shows that AMD is considering the launch of three new Ryzen 5000 series processors, respectively on Ryzen 9 5900, Ryzen 7 5800 and Ryzen 5 5600, which is not something surprising, but what is surprising is that in the news that all three processors will have a 65W TDP design, which is not simple.
After all, the sharp Ryzen 9 5900 as a 12-core 24-thread processor, the current release version of the sharp Ryzen 9 5900X power consumption of 105W, although not high, but can be compressed to 65W or let many players are surprised. And according to past experience, the main frequency of the Ryzen 9 5900 is not as good as the version with X, but not too much difference, which means that the Ryzen 9 5900 still has excellent performance in single-core performance, while the 65W 12-core 24-thread processor can make the performance of the mini-ITX PC jump up a lot.
Although the final main frequency will not be known until subsequent news, but in general, these three processors may have a place in the mini-PC and notebook market. However, the current news also said that the above three processors will only be used in the OEM market, will not be retail, if that is the case, may have to look forward to the arrival of the bulk of the film.