AMD offers its Ryzen 7000 processor in Computex and launches three UltraGear screens, including the LG 47.5-inch OLED.
Last week was very interesting for Computex, especially for AMD when it introduced its next Ryzen “Raphael” processor on the Socket AM5.
AMD Ryzen 7000: 5.5 GHz demo for TDP of 170W
Based on the Zen 4 architecture, they support DDR5 memory and PCI Express 5.0, and benefit from doubling the size of the cache memory and the new I / O chip engraved at 6 nm. CPU chiplets are engraved at 5 nm. AMD has the opportunity to offer its new chipsets that come with the Ryzen 7000: X670 Extreme, X670 and B650.
For the show, demoAMD runs on a 5.5 GHz processor, The manufacturer later stated that this frequency can be reached without overclocking. After a few days of uncertainty, it was confirmed to us as well Socket AM5: Maximum TDP and PPT supported at 170W and 230W respectively. As a preview, we were treated as well Demonstration for loading the Ryzen “Raphael” CPU into the AM5 socket (Abbreviated LGA 1718) from MSI
LG has three Ultrastar screens, including a 47.5-inch OLED
Manufacturer LG has provided three UltraGear monitors for its part, the 32GQ850, 32GQ950 and 48GQ900. The first two uses from the 31.5-inch Nano IPS panel, QHD first 260 Hz and UHD second 160 Hz. The latest model benefits from a 47.5-inch OLED panel, showing UHD at 138 Hz.
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