AMD Zen will be launched at New Horizon event, which is scheduled to take place on December 13. As per the latest updates, AMD Zen processor will be packing an all new X370 chipset as well as new motherboards.
A few reputed motherboard makers will also attend the New Horizon event. They are expected to reveal more about the X370 chipset. The X370 will make AMD Zen more powerful than before.
AMD has not mentioned anything about new chip. However, it has clearly conveyed that fans will get to know everything about AMD Zen.
?Join AMD at New Horizon on 12/13 at 3pm CST for an exclusive advance preview of our new ?Zen? CPU ahead of its 2017 Q1 release. New Horizon is AMD?s fan-focused event, designed to engage our most dedicated customers.As well as a hands-on preview of the power of ?Zen?, attendees will be able to talk to the AMD minds behind the chip itself and grab expert gaming advice from eSports & Evil Geniuses legend PPD,? AMD?s invitation reads.
AM4 X370 Chipset And Motherboard Features And Rumors
The AM4 X370 chipset will include native M.2 connectivity, PCI-E gen 3, DDR4 memory compatibility, USB 3.1 Gen2, NVMe and SATA Express. It can also support up to two full x16 PCIe Gen3 lanes or four x8 PCIe Gen3 lanes for Dual, Triple and Quad Multi-GPU setups.
According to WCCFTECH, AM4 X370 motherboards will support CPU and RAM as well as CrossFire and SLI Multi-GPU setups. A leaked picture of the motherboard has revealed a few key features. In the picture, one can see a black PCB, white AM4 socket and also four DDR4 memory slots, M.2 interface, and south-bridge heatsink. There is an x16 PCIe 3.0 slot.
New Horizon Event: What Else We Can Expect From AMD?
There is also a rumor that AMD will release new AM4 compatible CPU coolers at New Horizon event. At the same platform, AMD will show the AM4 the entry-level A320 chipset and mid-range B350 chipset. These chipsets will also have native M.2 connectivity, PCI-E gen 3, DDR4 memory compatibility, USB 3.1 Gen2, NVMe and SATA Express.
The New Horizon event will be hosted by industry veteran Geoff Keighley.
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