Ryzen 7000 processors for PC by … AMD itself confirmed

AMD has to be on guard if it wants to surprise it with new processors until the fall. We learned about the new generation of Ryzen 7000 series processors… straight from the Americans themselves.

What’s going on at AMD camp?

As the websites Videocardz and Gizmodo have already noted, AMD has shared a list with the world on its official website, which also includes processors that will be released later this year. While it was reworked relatively quickly, the quick and perceptive managed to snap a few screenshots. So what have we learned (not by accident?) about the new Ryzen 7000-series CPUs?

Source: AMD

The list that appeared on AMD’s website included two Ryzen 9-series CPUs (7950X and 7900X models), a Ryzen 7 (7700X), and a mid-range processor, the Ryzen 5 7600X. What about budget Ryzen 3-series CPUs? These appear many years after the premiere of high-end phones, so the absence of them from the list should not surprise anyone.

Unfortunately, we didn’t learn anything more about the chips’ technical specifications, but during a demonstration at Computex 2022, AMD showed off a 16-core processor clocked at 5.5 GHz. It is possible that it was the Ryzen 9 7950X model at the time. Since then, we’ve also known that every Ryzen 7000 runs on the new Zen 4 architecture with twice the level 2 cache memory on the core and a maximum clock speed of more than 5 GHz, AI acceleration and support for DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 will be based technologies. We should therefore expect at least 15% more performance in single-core operation.

AMD Ryzen 7000 still no release date

Unfortunately, the four names of the new processor models from the AMD Ryzen 7000 family are the only information we have received from the manufacturer. The CPU prices and their official presentation are still a mystery. Anyone waiting for Ryzen 7000 series-based laptops will definitely have to wait until 2023. However, I have no doubts that the expectation will be adequately rewarded.

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