The new AMD 400 Series chipsets are already listed in PCI-SIG

We already knew that during the first quarter of the year AMD is going to launch a refresh of its latest AMD Ryzen desktop processors with AMD 400 series. In which it aims to improve the optimization of these processors. And make the leap to the 12nm node that should provide better maximum frequencies and lower consumption.

The new AMD 400 Series chipsets are already listed in PCI-SIG

These processors will be accompanied by the new AMD 400 series chipsets. That is the second generation of motherboards prepared for AMD Ryzen and the APU. That will also arrive next year to the desktop market, maintaining the same AM4 socket and compatibility with the previous series.

These chipsets have been seen for the first time in the list of assemblers of PCI-SIG. Also, that confirms the addition of this platform with PCIe 3.0. In addition, it suggests that these motherboards are already practically ready to be commercialized. And the official AMD announcement should arrive in the coming weeks when the year starts.

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The curious fact is that AMD tested its first Ryzen and 300 series plates with the 2.0 specification. Also, the new 400 series has already been made only with PCIe 3.0. Many users surely expected that these new plates began to introduce the new PCIe 4.0 slots. But the truth is that until the end of next year or the beginning of the next we will not begin to see that new port.

 

The new AMD 400 Series chipsets are already listed in PCI-SIG