Entire Family of AMD Ryzen 7000 Series Processors Could Feature Integrated Graphics

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AMD’s entire family of Ryzen 7000 Series processors could feature integrated graphics. This is according to client roadmaps shared by r/AMD’s dudulab and Chiphell’s zhangzhonghao, which speculate that the Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs (code named “Raphael”) will feature higher-density, 6-nanometer I/O dies and Navi 2 graphics. This has fueled rumors of red team adding integrated GPUs across the entire lineup of its next-generation chips. “Phoenix,” the Ryzen 7000 mobile variants, will also purportedly flaunt RDNA 3 graphics technology.

What’s new is the (apparent) addition of Navi graphics to Raphael, the Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 desktop chips. According to users on ChipHell, AMD will with this generation switch to an I/O that is baked at 6 nm, so that from now on there would be a graphics part in every AMD processor.

Sources: r/AMD, Chiphell, Hardware Info

Tsing Mui
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