26 October, 2021
USB 4 with eGPU support appears confirmed for next year’s AMD Ryzen 6000 processors

USB 4 with eGPU support appears confirmed for next year’s AMD Ryzen 6000 processors

AMD’s processor series has been rising for many years, but the company has been blocked in one area-the company’s AMD Ryzen 5000 processor cannot support eGPU-like technology, because Thunderbolt 3 is Intel’s proprietary technology.

Fortunately, the standard has changed. The new USB standard is folded to support Thunderbold 3, and there is evidence that AMD’s new Ryzen 6000 processor will support this technology.
AMD’s processor series has been rising for many years, but the company has been blocked in one area-the company’s AMD Ryzen 5000 processor cannot support eGPU-like technology, because Thunderbolt 3 is Intel’s proprietary technology.

AMD’s processor series

  • AMD Ryzen 5000 processor
  • AMD Ryzen 6000 processor

AMD Ryzen 6000 processor Comes with USB 4

Fortunately, the standard has changed. The new USB standard is folded to support Thunderbold 3, and there is evidence that AMD’s new Ryzen 6000 processor will support this technology.

The new Linux kernel driver patch submitted by AMD engineers for Penguin OS now includes USB DisplayPort 1.4 tunnel and DisplayPort 2.0 alternate mode, which are the two basic functions of USB.

The patch applies to Yellow Carp, which is reportedly the code name of the AMD Ryzen 6000 Rembrandt processor on Linux and is expected to be launched in early 2022.

It is expected that mobile gamers will especially benefit from this improvement, so that notebook buyers no longer have a reason to choose Intel instead of AMD.

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