Coming this spring
During its CES 2022 presentation, AMD has also unveiled the new Ryzen 7 5800X3D, the first consumer PC with 3D stacking.
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.
More details on the upcoming flagship AM4 motherboard
A picture of the EVGA upcoming X570 Dark motherboard has been posted online and shows what we can expect from this flagship EVGA AM4 motherboard.
On X570 and B550 motherboard with BIOS update
AMD's Robert Hallock has given a quick insight into the future of AMD's Socket AM4, as well as some history on how far has it come since AMD made that bold commitment back in 2016.
Might even bring higher core count to AM4
According to recent rumors, AMD's Zen 2 architecture will bring impressive IPC performance boost and could even bring a higher core count, all thanks to the new 7nm manufacturing process.
ASRock, Asus, Biostar, Gigabyte, and MSI join the party
As expected, since AMD has now officially lifted the NDA (non disclosure agreement) from its second generation Ryzen 2000-series Pinnacle Ridge CPUs and the shiny new X470 chipset, most, if not all motherboard makers have announced their own versions, with some launching more than one motherboard to cover a wider market range.
AMD will keep AM4 and TR4 sockets
A fresh leak of AMD's CPU roadmap has leaked online confirming some of the previous rumors and codenames as well as giving a glimpse of new HEDT, CPU and APU codenames that will come in 2020.
For its AM4 motherboard lineup
Asus has announced that it has released BIOS updates for its entire AM4 motherboard lineup which bring support for AMD's Raven Ridge APUs, also known as Ryzen 2000 series CPUs with Radeon Vega graphics.
Asus ROG Strix X370-I Gaming and Strix B350-I Gaming
Asus has officially announced two new mini-ITX motherboards based on AMD's AM4-socket X370 and B350 chipsets, both part of its Republic of Gamers family, the ROG Strix X370-I Gaming and Strix B350-I Gaming.