Cezanne Lives On: Ryzen 7 5700 Surfaces Without Integrated Graphics

AMD's Zen 4 processors may compete with the best CPUs. Nevertheless, the chipmaker hasn't moved on from Zen 3. As VideoCardz spotted, Gigabyte has listed an unannounced Zen 3 chip from the Ryzen 5000G (Cezanne) days. The Ryzen 7 5700 first popped up last year, but this is the first time it's been part of an official listing.

Kingston Server Premier DDR5 Higher Speed Additions (ECC UDIMM)

Kingston Server Premier DDR5 5200MT/s & 5600MT/s ECC UDIMMs will be launching on June 12, 2023. These higher speeds are in addition to the Kingston Server Premier DDR5 4800MT/s ECC UDIMMs that are currently in shipping status.

AGESA Fixes Temp Control Issues Causing Ryzen 7000 Burnouts

Igor's Lab reports that AMD's new Ryzen 7000 burnout firmware fix, AGESA ComboAM5 patch, addresses further bugs surrounding Ryzen 7000's temperature control system. The new combo patch now sets a forced SoC voltage limit of 1.3v and packs in new SMU bug fixes to ensure the processors do not go beyond their temperature specifications.

AMD Genoa-X 96-Core CPU With 1.1 GB of L3 Cache Listed For $1,300 on Grey Market

AMD's EPYC Genoa-X server processors with 3D V-Cache will arrive later this year. An alleged engineering sample (ES) of the EPYC 9684X has gone up on sale for $1,300 on a second-hand Chinese selling platform. The Goofish(opens in new tab) seller claims the processor wields 96 cores and 1,152MB of L3 cache.

Raptor and Alder Lake Flavors of Intel’s Core i5-13400F Perform About the Same

With the introduction of the non-K 13th Gen Raptor Lake CPU lineup, Intel started to mix and match Raptor Lake and Alder Lake dies into its latest generation of Intel Core CPUs. However, how much faster Raptor Lake versions might be over Alder Lake counterparts remained a mystery until now.

AMD Ryzen 7000’s Tiny RDNA2 GPU Overclocked to 3.1 GHz

AMD Ryzen 7000's Tiny RDNA2 GPU Overclocked to 3.1 GHz AMD's latest Ryzen 7000-series processors for desktops based on the Zen 4 microarchitecture feature a tiny RDNA-based graphics processing unit inside their I/O die (IOD).

Intel Says Goodbye to Rocket Lake CPUs

Intel this week announced plans to discontinue its higher-end 11th Generation Core 'Rocket Lake' processors, which are made using its 14nm-class process technology. The CPUs will still be available to Intel's partners for a while, but their days are now numbered. Intel also said it will phase out its 400 and 500-series chipsets for processors in LGA1200 packaging.