AMD Ryzen 7000 motherboard power supply big upgrade

AMD is about to launch the Ryzen 7000 processor in September, upgrading the 5nm Zen4 architecture, along with a new AM5 platform with LGA1718 slots, native support for DDR5 and PCIe 5.0, and a TDP upgrade from 105W to 170W.

Today AMD along with 5 motherboard manufacturers, including ASUS, Gigabyte, MSI, ASRock, and Enigma took the lead in showing the new generation of 600 series motherboards, mainly the X670E and X670 series chipsets.

Due to AMD's first use of dual-core design on the X670E, an additional south bridge provides a richer expansion, so the new generation of X670E flagship motherboard interface is very luxurious, PCIe 5.0 graphics, M.2 slots are given 3-way, 4-way or even 5-way options, there are ample USB ports, 10 Gigabit LAN card is also almost standard.

In addition, this generation of X670E/X670 motherboards also significantly enhanced the PWM power supply design, AM5 platform TDP power consumption increased to 170W, but the manufacturer's power supply design is much higher than this.

According to information announced by five motherboard manufacturers, the new generation of AM5 high-end motherboards, PWM power supply is at least 18 + 2 phases to start, there are 18 + 2 + 2, and 24 + 2, current output capacity of more than 100A, part of the 105-110A, which means that the CPU power supply capacity easily exceeds 1000W, and even reached more than 1300W, to the sharp dragon 7000 This means that the CPU power supply capacity easily exceeds 1000W, and even reaches more than 1300W, giving the Ryzen 7000 plenty of power, and overclocking under pressure.

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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