Fast-thinking users Spotted a strange listing on AMD resource page (since removed) that sheds light on the names of 7000 series CPUs. As I first noticed before Video Cards on me Wednesday, AMD’s listing contained the upcoming SKUs 7000 series processors, including the Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X, and Ryzen 5 7600X. DrIn spite of 7s bonus is there, and it’s the sharpest among you You will notice that they are missing Ryzen 7 7800X or any kind Ryzen 3 7000 series CPU. This is a bit of a shame for the budget and mid-range players. 7800x was too It was previously hinted at by the consistent leaker Greymon on Twitter.
So there’s not much to go on here except for those CPU names as well as the obvious timing of the release, right? Well, based on what AMD was earlier demoDrLeaked names suggest that the Ryzen 9 7950X can excel at 16 cores and 32 threads, while the lowest in the series can run 12 cores, then 8, then 6.TThe last time we heard about these CPUs, word on the street Will it have up to 16 cores, Help them run above 5GHz speeds. While viewing AMDZen 4 chip with 16 cores registered At 5.5GHz while gaming Ghostwire: Tokyo. Of course, that was a controlled environment, but it gives us a basis for that Guess The base distribution via the Zen 4 line.
Many “7s” as found in this names, there are also plenty of 5s, with PCIe Gen 5 controllers and DDR5 memory support being the key Rafael line features. The new generation of CPU will also be need to AM5 motherboard socket, which will require the LGA 1718-pin motherboard.
These motherboards include B650, X670 and X670 Xtreme chips. The latter two will contain the hardware needed for PCIe Gen 5 graphics technology.
We still don’t know much Details about pricing and with Current state of the chip production marketAnd the It would be foolish to start making guesses. TThere were rumors of a mid-September release, according to Tom’s devicesalthough of course mileage may vary greatly for unannounced release dates.
Regardless, AMD is clearly setting up its top-end CPUs to compete against the likes of Intel and its upcoming Core i9-13900 CPU. That processor’s to vibrate 24 cores (32 threads) separated apparently Perform one-third and two-thirds of efficiency cores. It is also rumored to support DDR5-5600 memory and support a maximum speed of 3.7GHz, better than the similar Ryzen 9 5900X.
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