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AMD Ryzen 4000 series rumored to offer USB 4 support

Posted on Friday, January 17 2020 @ 20:54:55 CET by


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The USB4 specification was finalized in September 2019 and rumor has it that AMD's next-generation Ryzen processor will support this standard. New reports indicate the Ryzen 4000 series and 600 series chipsets will support both USB 3.2 and USB4.

There is also a rumor that the next generation may use a new socket due to support for new technologies. Personally, I'm not sure if we're already going to see this for the next generation but it's in-line with AMD's promise that it would continue to use Socket AM4 through 2020.
AMD will have a flagship X670 chipset, something that will continue to support he AM4 socket and PCIe 4.0 standard, but we could also see native Thunderbolt 3 support included. Other rumors do state that AMD could shift away from the AM4 socket, but that would be a big shift -- it would end backwards compatibility, but it could introduce new tech like DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 standards going forward.
The Ryzen 4000 series is expected towards the end of the year.

Via: TweakTown



 



 

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