Significantly improving performance on AMD AM5 socket
Noctua has released its new NM-M1 multi-socket mounting kits that are meant as an upgrade for Noctua's existing coolers and are based on Noctua's new SecuFirm2+ standard.
Lowers temperatures by 1-3°C
Noctua has now officially launched the new offset mounting system for installing Noctua CPU coolers on AMD AM5 processors. These were quite popular at the Computex 2023 show where Noctua had officially showcased that mounting system, as it came as a surprise that offsetting the base of the cooler by 7mm to the south side can lower the temperature by 1-3°C.
Keeping AMD from getting a bit too hot
Motherboard makers have quickly responded to ‘Ryzen burn out’ issues and issued new BIOS downloads to fix the problem.
AMD promises radical price cuts
Six months after the launch of Ryzen 7000-series processors, AM5 motherboard prices are still too high and AMD has decided to step in and do something about it.
As promised by AMD last year
AMD has been promising cheaper AM5 motherboards for quite some time and now, ASRock B650M-HDV/M.2 is listed at Newegg.com for $124.99.
Zen 4 and AM5 are the stars of the show
AMD has confirmed its "together we advance_PCs" event for August 29th, a livestream premiere of next generation AMD PC products.
"Will continue for many years to come"
While it has officially unveiled its next-gen AM5 platform at Computex, AMD was keen to note that the AM4 platform is not going anywhere and it is here to stay.
New AM5 socket, PCIe Gen 5, DDR5, and more
During its 2022 Product Premiere event at the CES 2022, AMD confirmed that its 5nm Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 series is coming this year and it will be "available in 2H22 for PC gamers".
The company celebrates five years of Ryzen
In a special video interview/presentation celebrating five years of Ryzen and led by none other than AMD's own John Taylor and Robert Hallock, AMD shed some light about its future CPU path, including Zen 3 with 3D V-cache, Zen 4, PCIe Gen5, and DDR5.