Ryzen 7000 is AMD’s upcoming first 5nm Zen 4 processor. As per the specs, the process has integrated AMD RDNA 2 Graphics. Its design features low-power architecture. It is also compatible with DDR5 and PCIe 5.0. Ryzen 7000 is scheduled to release in September 2022. What matters is now finding the right price that will help us to understand more about the chip.
What is the price of Ryzen 7000 Series CPU?
There will be multiple chips under the Ryzen 7000 series. Among these is Ryzen 5 7600X, as per speculation the price of this chip will be around $300 or more. This is not confirmed yet. Ryzen 5 7600x is a 16-core 32-thread processor, refer to the link to know more about its release date and specs.
During a recent demo, AMD showcased Ryzen 7000 series CPU as the next-level performance desktop chip. A 16 Core Ryzen 7000 series CPU can hit up to 5.5Ghz on boost. Currently, the info where we are more investigating is that Zen 4 architecture will only be compatible with DDR5 and PCIe Gen 5.0. There will be no backward compatibility attached to the new series.
Codenamed Raphael, Ryzen 7000 will have the new AM5 socket. AMD X670E, AMD X670 & AMD B650 as added to the AMD Ecosystem to support the new line of processors. X670E is designed for overclocking, and it will feature compatibility with PCIe 5.0 to 2x Graphics & 1x NVMe Slot. X670 is designed for the enthusiast-level overclocking and B560 will target mainstream desktops with PCIe 5.0 storage only support.
Ryzen 7000 Series Flagship Motherboards:
- Asrock X670E Taichi
- Asus ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme
- Biostar X670E Valkyrie
- Gigabyte X670E Aorus Extreme
- MSI MEG X670E ACE
Overall everything looks very promising from AMD’s end. The launch of Ryzen 5 7000 series is lined up in Fall 2020. Two years ago during the same timeline, AMD introduced its Zen 3 architecture. Now during a demo session, the new chip is announced, what is left is benchmarking reports.
Intel is also lined up with its Raptor Lake process that might come shortly after Ryzen 5 7000 series launch. Based on rumored specs, Intel is going to target a 5.8Ghz boost clock rate. A little more than in terms of performance and lesser in terms of power consumption. Intel’s next-gen DDR4 compatibility will remain intact along with DDR5+PCIe 5.0 support.
We will be bringing more updates on the new AMD CPU lineup in the coming time. Till then do not forget to check our AMD section for more info.