These new AMD Ryzen 7000 processors bring many new features, the most important of which is the new AM5 socket. This new socket was introduced because these processors support DDR5 RAM. Other changes and adjustments to these revolutionary new processors are also included.
CORSAIR already supports AMD Ryzen 7000 processors
The truth is that there is little to say about CORSAIR, as it is one of the most important manufacturers of components, cooling systems and peripherals on the market. They have been adapted to the new solutions that are about to be launched on the market.
If you are already considering buying a AMD Ryzen 7000 processor and you want to know what corsair products son compatible with those new processors. The company updated the system pc builder to make it easier for users. Now you can see that the branded products compatible with these new processors. In addition, compatibility with a large number of CPUs, graphics cards and motherboards can be seen.
This system tells us liquid cooling compatibilityas good as DDR5 RAM memory. In addition, it indicates the compatibility of other elements such as SSDs, chassis and other components.
As we mentioned, AMD Ryzen 7000 processors use the new socket AM5. The design of this socket does not differ from the current AMD AM4, so the compatibility of cooling systems is complete. Thus, the systems liquid cooling ELITE LCD, ELITE CAPELLIX and ELITE RGB
In addition to these refrigeration systems, among others, they have a total DDR5 compatibility. We will get the best performance with the Ryzen 7000 thanks to these memories with higher frequencies, greater bandwidth and capacity.
A little ahead, nothing more
According to CORSAIR, by the end of the month they will give more data on the compatibility with AMD Ryzen 7000. The company indicates that they will announce something new regarding DDR5 RAM, so they are still launching a special kit for new AMD processors.
Remember that AMD will do the same thing as Intel, that is to say that its processors will be compatible with DDR4 and DDR5. This allows users to do a much more personalized configuration based on the user’s needs. Note that the impact of DDR5 could be greater on AMD than on Intel, since Ryzen processors are more dependent on RAM.
We’ll see when AMD announces the Ryzen 7000 what new features these processors include. An increase in the maximum number of cores is not planned, but in support of new technologies. It should support PCIe 5.0 and the new 3D caching technology, which noticeably increases performance. We will also have to see what the gaming performance of these processors is, which will come with the first reviews.