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    Next Generation AMD Ryzen 9 7000 Raphael Processors Likely to Have 170W TDP

    More recently, AMD and its partners started talking about a new next-gen socket AM5 desktop platform, and many expected the company to keep its processors’ maximum thermal output at current levels. However, it was later revealed that at least some of AMD’s AM5 processors would have TDPs of up to 170W, well above the current 105W figures. And as it turned out, all processors AMD Ryzen 9 7000 will have TDP 170 Tue

    AMD Ryzen 7000 Raphael series processors based on microarchitecture Zen 4, will come in different configurations with different TDP ranges. According to Gigabyte Leak, Entry-Level Models Will Maintain TDP Thermal TDP 65 watts and power limit for PPT package power tracking 88 Tue Meanwhile, all high-end Ryzen 9 7000s will have a TDP 170 Tue and PPT 230 W, according to leaked hardware whistleblower Kopite7kimi.

    Given that AMD Ryzen 9 processors are designed for high-end gaming desktops and entry-level workstations, and they are used by users who are accustomed to expensive motherboards, high-performance all-in-one air and liquid cooling systems, and thus increasing TDP and PPT of these processors to improve performance is appropriate because this audience values ​​performance the most.

    Based on last year’s Gigabyte leak, AMD is also planning AM5 processors with TDPs of 45W, 65W, 95W, 105W, and 125W. It remains to be seen which models will be available at launch, but the company will eventually offer a range of AM5 processors based on its Zen 4 microarchitecture to meet the needs of cost-conscious and performance-hungry users. The only question is when these models will become available and what they will offer.

    In general, AMD and Intel are gradually increasing the TDP of their processors in an effort to provide higher performance as competition between these manufacturers intensifies. AMD and Nvidia are doing the same with graphics cards, which is why overall desktop power consumption is on the rise.

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