AMD to show Matisse at Computex 2019

First platform to support PCIe 4.0

AMDs upcoming X570 chipset in combination with their 3rd generation Ryzen processors - codenamed Matisse - are going to be the first mainstream desktop platform to support PCI-Express Gen 4.0. On top of this is now seems confirmed that AMD is going to showcase the new platform at Computex 2019.


During a private event, Gigabyte has unveiled the codename for the upcoming Ryzen processors, which is supposed to be Matisse. These chips are supposed to be backward compatible and therefore it should be possible to use them with current and previous generation chipset. However if you want to make use of the latest features you will have to combine a Matisse CPU with an AMD X570 based motherboard. Like we have seen with Ryzen 2000 series processors, there were features such as Precision Boost Overdrive and XFR 2.0, which were only supported with X470 series based chipset.

If the current rumors are to be believed then AMD is going to launch it’s X570 chipset and Matisse processors curing the upcoming Computex 2019 event. By that time AMD would be ahead of Intel launch the first platform supporting PCI Express Gen 4.




Source: Videocardz

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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