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AMD’s Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs will start shipping on September 27th

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AMD has officially announced the Ryzen 7000 processor models that were accidentally revealed in July. On September 27th, it will release four models, the most affordable of which is the 6-core Ryzen 5 7600X, which will cost $299, followed by the 8-core Ryzen 7700X, which will cost $100 more at $399.

The 12-core Ryzen 9 7900X CPU will be $549, and the 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X CPU will be $699. According to Ars Technica, the 7600X and 7900X models are priced the same as their direct predecessors from the Ryzen 5000 lineup, while the 7950X is $100 less. The 7700X costs $100 more than the 5700X, but it was released more than a year later the first Ryzen 5000 processors came out.

The Ryzen 7000 series is built on AMD’s Zen 4 architecture, which promises a maximum boost speed of 5GHz, AI acceleration, and a doubled L2 cache. They run on the AM5 platform, Intel’s new socket generation, and will require DDR5 RAM. According to Gizmodo, they are also the first desktop CPUs based on the 5nm manufacturing process, which means they have more transistors than the 5000 chips. For users, this usually means less heat and more power.

AMD claims that the Ryzen 7000 processors are approximately 29% faster than the Ryzen 5000 models for single-threaded tasks such as gaming. However, Chief Technology Officer Mark Papermaster told CNET that when the company measured the speed boost for tasks that span the processor’s 16 processing cores, it was as much as 49 percent.

You’ll have to wait until the next year when the more reasonably priced choices and laptop models are expected to be released if you’re seeking for Zen 4 CPUs that are less expensive than these four. However, if you’re seeking to construct a PC on a budget, you still have options because the company plans to continue offering CPUs based on previous Zen architectures that are compatible with the AM4 platform.


Vishal kanojiya is a journalist with more than two years of experience in digital journalism. he specializes in business and technology beats. Currently, he is an Author & Cheif Editor of Techbatti

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