AMD To Unveil Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPUs on August 29th

AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs
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Wait to construct a new PC immediately away only because discovering more about AMD‘s Ryzen 7000 desktop processors won’t take long. On August 29 at 7 PM, the company will Livestream on YouTube to introduce the new CPU line. The new Zen 4 architecture and the accompanying AM5 platform will be covered in further detail at the event.

What to anticipate is already hinted at in a few places. Inadvertently publishing some of the first Ryzen 7000 model numbers on its website in July. AMD included two Ryzen 9 releases (7900X and 7950X), a Ryzen 5 chip (7600X), and a Ryzen 7 variation (7700X). The company seems to be concentrating on enthusiast CPUs that are good for gaming, leaving affordable parts for later releases, like with previous launches.

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Zen 4 and AM5 will offer significant modifications

While this is going on, Zen 4 and AM5 promise significant architectural modifications. The forthcoming chips will feature more Level 2 cache, increased boost rates over 5GHz, and hardware-accelerated AI. They also have support for more recent standards like DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.0 extension are all features you may expect. What’s more, AMD is finally, understandably, removing compatibility with the durable AM4 architecture. The company is moving away from pins on the CPU, so you’ll need to buy a new motherboard. And yes, the lid on the new Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs truly does resemble a crown.

In preliminary testing, AMD asserted a 15% improvement in single-threaded performance. AMD is essentially replying to Intel’s 12th-generation Core; the only question is whether Ryzen 7000 is fast enough to keep up with or surpass it.

Additional justifications for maybe delaying the purchase or construction of a new PC include: RAM costs are allegedly reducing, and while the MSRP or lower has already been reached by graphics cards, Chinese supply chain sources now assert Nvidia and AMD will further reduce GPU costs by the end of August. You might also think about the possibility that Nvidia and AMD are cleaning those shelves since we anticipate the release of a new generation of GPUs from each of them before 2022 is over.

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