AMD confirms launch of 4800S desktop kit: same as PS5 CPU, make up for PCIe 4.0 regret
Sony PS5 and Microsoft XSX hosts are using a custom AMD Ryzen APU, some substandard chips last year was made by AMD desktop kit, can be used for mini computers, previously launched is the 4700S kit, now AMD official confirmation will launch 4800S kit, complementing the PCIe 4.0 regret.
In yesterday's debut support FSR 2.0 driver, AMD in the description accidentally broke the 4800S series desktop kit (desktop kit), and there should be updated products to come out later.
AMD did not mention the specifications of the 4800S, but at the end of last year, it has been revealed almost, still based on the 7nm Zen2 architecture CPU, but the GPU is shielded, this time will support more modern graphics cards, from the 4700S kit ribbed PCIe 2.0 directly upgraded to PCIe 4.0, you can match the high-end point of the graphics card, but before the highest rumors is the RX 6600 series.
Other aspects, 4800S kit is still mATX motherboard specifications, support for two M.2 interface, more advanced than the previous SATA interface, also supports AM4 compatible cooler, also supports Wi-Fi 6 network, the overall specifications have been very modern standards.