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Hardware releases from AMD, Intel & Nvidia: These CPUs & GPUs are coming in 2022






AMD, Nvidia and Intel, all major hardware manufacturers are still bringing new CPUs and/or GPUs onto the market this year. We have summarized the most important information about Ryzen, Core i, GeForce, Radeon and Arc for you.

The second half of the year promises to be extremely exciting for PC hobbyists. Not only are the prices of graphics cards finally falling and many models can already be purchased at or below the RRP, but there are also many interesting hardware releases from AMD, Intel and Nvidia in the area of ​​CPUs and GPUs.

This includes the Ryzen 7000 processors based on Zen 4, with which AMD wants to introduce the new socket AM5 at the same time, which supports DDR5 and PCIe 5.0. Intel is countering this launch with the Raptor Lake CPUs of the 13th Core i generation, with which the manufacturer wants to further develop the hybrid approach of P and E cores. Nvidia doesn’t sleep either and is expected to launch the first RTX 4000 GPUs codenamed Ada Lovelace later this year. Due to the roughly simultaneous release of the Radeon RX 7000 graphics cards, there should be an exciting duel for the performance crown. Last but not least, Team Blue wants a piece of the graphics card cake and enters the ring with the Intel ARC graphics card series.

In the following we summarize all secured information and rumors for you (

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AMD Ryzen 7000 aka Raphael based on Zen 4

  • Release date:

    amd fall,

    Rumor September 15th

  • Architecture:

    Zen 4, codenamed Raphael

  • Models:

    Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7800X, Ryzen 5 7600X

    + Raphael-X with 3D V-Cache

  • Cores / Threads:

    up to 16 / 32

  • Manufacturing process:

    TSMC 5nm + 6nm

  • Innovations:

    Socket AM5 with DDR5 and PCIe 5.0, RDNA-2 iGPU, larger L2 cache, clock speeds up to 5.5 GHz, TDP of 170 watts, hardware-based AI workloads

  • Performance increase:

    IPC uplift by 8-10 percent, single core performance at least 15 percent, multithreading performance at least 35 percent

  • Price:

    probably higher than Zen 3

  • article

Intel Core i-13000 aka Raptor Lake based on Raptor Cove and Gracemont

  • Release date:

    intel second half of the year,

    Third quarter rumor

  • Architecture:

    Raptor Cove + Gracemont

    codenamed Raptor Lake

  • Models:

    Core i9-13900K, Core i7-13700K, Core i5-13600K + Mainstream and Low Power CPUs

  • Cores / Threads:

    up to 8+16 / 32

  • Manufacturing process:

    Intel 7+

  • Innovations:

    up to 16 E-Cores,

    up to 68 MB L2+L3 cache, DDR5 RAM with 5600 MHz, clock rates up to 5.8 GHz, DLVR power supply

  • Performance increase:

    Single core performance 8 to 15 percent, multithreading performance 30 to 40 percent

  • Price:

    unknown

  • article

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Nvidia GeForce RTX 4000 based on Ada Lovelace

  • Release date:

    Rumored RTX 4090 October, RTX 4080 November, RTX 4070 December and RTX 4060 January

  • Architecture:

    Ada Lovelace

  • models

    :

    GeForce RTX 4090 Ti, GeForce RTX 4090, GeForce RTX 4080, GeForce RTX 4070, GeForce RTX 4060

  • Shader Units:

    up to 18,432 Cuda cores

  • Manufacturing process:

    TSMC 4N

  • video memory:

    Up to 24GB GDDR6X with up to 24GB/s

  • TGP:

    up to 600 watts

  • Innovations:

    larger L2 cache, higher clock speeds, faster video memory, 16-pin power connector, increased TGP

  • Performance increase:

    2.5x FP32 performance of the RTX 3090 Ti

  • Price:

    unknown

  • article

AMD Radeon RX 7000 based on RDNA 3

  • Release date:

    AMD this year,

    Rumor late October to mid-November

  • Architecture:

    RNA 3

  • Models:

    Radeon RX 79xx, Radeon RX 78xx, Radeon RX 77xx, Radeon RX 76xx

  • FP32 units:

    up to 16,384

  • Manufacturing process:

    TSMC 5nm + 6nm

  • video memory:

    GDDR6 with up to 18GB/s

  • TBP:

    up to 450 watts

  • Innovations:

    larger infinity cache, MCM design,

    higher clock speeds, faster video memory, increased TGP

  • Performance increase:

    3.1x FP32 performance of the RX 6900 XT

  • Price:

    probably higher than RX 6000

  • article

Intel Arc Alchemist based on X eHPG

  • Release date:

    already started in China, EU unknown

  • Architecture:

    X

    e

    HPG

  • Models:

    Arc A780

    Arc A770, Arc A750, Arc A580, Arc A380, Arc A350, Arc A310

  • FP32 units:

    up to 4,096

  • Manufacturing process:

    TSMC 6nm

  • video memory:

    up to 16GB GDDR6X with up to 17.5GB/s

  • TDP:

    up to 200 watts

  • Price:

    Arc A750 $350, Arc A580 $280, Arc A380 $150

  • article

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