AMD Pinnacle Ridge to be released in March?

Pinnacle Ridge

According to recent reports, AMD is to debut with the second generation of Ryzen, Pinnacle Ridge, in the first quarter of this year. This time this information was reached by the Japanese editorial staff of the Hermitage Akihabara website.

Such a leak was obtained from vendors who are responsible for the local availability of motherboards and upcoming processors. According to them, Pinnacle Ridge will hit store shelves in early March. Along with them, motherboards equipped with the B450 and X470 chipsets will go on sale – at the moment nothing has been announced about the budget A420.

As a reminder, Ryzen 2000, or Pinnacle Ridge, will be a refreshed series of AMD processors known to us. They will be based on improved Zen architecture and a 12nm technological process, which in turn will translate into lower energy demand at higher clocks and OC potential. An important fact to note is the continued support for the older AM4 chipsets and socket.

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Source: guru3d.com


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