AMD AM5 socket 3D drawing spotted, Ryzen 7000 series processors will be used

According to the latest report, the 3D drawings of the AM5 socket that AMD will soon apply to the Ryzen 7000 series processors have recently been revealed. Starting with the AM5 standard, AMD will abandon the processor pins that have been used for many years, and instead, choose the LGA specification that Intel has always adopted to reduce the chance of processor damage.

Moreover, the structure of the AM5 socket is very similar to that of Intel. It is fixed by four screws. The upper buckle is fixed by a connecting rod. There are fixing plates and nuts on the back of the motherboard. The AM5 specification processor is square, and the top cover is in the shape of an octopus.

The purpose is to place capacitors and reduce the occupation of the bottom contact space. The clasp presses against the metal top cover of the CPU through two points of contact, in a similar way to Intel.

According to AMD’s official photos and previously exposed renderings, the contacts at the bottom of the AM5 processor are divided into two parts, with a total of 1718 contacts, which are LGA1718 specifications.

AMD Su Zifeng previously stated that the AM5 slot will be used for a long time to achieve a high lifespan like AM4, and subsequent motherboard chipsets will continue to provide perfect compatibility.


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