Leaker Patrick Shur reported earlier this week that AMD plans to replace its best gaming CPU lineup to a brand new B2 revision, which produced some pleasure round the potential of incoming boosted XT variants of the Ryzen 5000 vary, like we noticed with the earlier Ryzen 3000 chips. This won’t be the case, but the revision remains to be value watching.

After Polish {hardware} website Benchmark reached out to AMD for additional touch upon the hearsay, the {hardware} firm shut down the potential of faster chips. Roughly translated, a reply from AMD confirms that the Ryzen 5000 desktop CPU lineup will transfer to a brand new design specification over the following six months. But, it makes clear that “the revision does not bring improvements” in “functionality or performance”.

This revision could be vital although, if it helps ease the stock issues affecting AMD’s newest high-end CPUs. While availability isn’t as woeful because the best graphics card, a fast have a look at Amazon reveals lots of its Zen 3 processors unavailable.

Ahead of Zen 4’s release next year, nevertheless, we could see a efficiency increase come courtesy of a refreshed ‘Zen 3+’ lineup.

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