AMD’s upcoming AM5 platform, which should succeed the AM4 socket, is rumored to have an LGA socket. Thus, the pins of the next generation of AMD CPUs will not be located on the CPU, but rather on the motherboard.
from Information It comes from a Twitter user executable, Which often shares accurate information about undisclosed AMD products. according to The dropout The AM5 platform gets one LGAJack with 1718 pins, compared to 1,331 pins with current AM4 CPUs. Remarkably, the leak mentioned that the AM5 socket same size 40 x 40 mm, although the number of screws has increased.
ExecutableFix also reports that future AM5 consumer CPUs will receive support for Dual channel DDR5 memory. Support for PCIe 5.0 remains the next-generation exclusive AMD EPYC processors based on Zen 4, meaning that the first AM5 processors will continue to support PCIe 4.0. Obtaining future Intel processors, Alder Lake According to rumors It contains PCIe 5.0, as well as DDR5 support.
Moreover, the passenger states that the AM5 platform will be offered with the 600 series chipset. The platform is supposed to be released with AMD’s Zen 4 processors, which are produced on TSMC’s 5nm node. AMD’s EPYC Genoa processors are expected next year with Zen 4. It is unclear when the companies will bring their Zen 4 processors to consumers. It is still expected to use Zen 3+ processors this year, but it is expected to use an AM4 socket.
AMD’s alleged switch to LGA was not surprising. The company has been using sockets like these for its server processors for some time. The company has been doing this since the introduction of Socket-F for Opteron processors in 2006. AMD Threadripper and EPYC processors also use LGA sockets.