AMD’s Ryzen 8000 processors could be fast enough to run rings around Intel

The specs for AMD’s new Ryzen 8000-series chips appear to have leaked, giving us our first look at AMD’s “Granite Ridge” chips.

If the latest rumors are to be trusted, we know what we can expect to see for the various Ryzen 8000 mobile CPU models including core counts ranging from six to 16, a TDP from 65W to 170W, and a maximum L3 cache memory of 64MB. The report from Guru3D also revealed the desktop variant, which seems to be outfitted with similar specs like the Zen 5 CCDs (Eldora), Zen 5 CPU cores (Nirvana), six to 16 Zen 5 processor cores, 65W to 170W TDP, up to 64MB L3 cache, and 16MB L2 cache.