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Ryzen 7000 processor announcements


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AMD has announced its first ZEN4-based Ryzen 7000

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Key changes from Zen 3:

 

AVX-512 instructions support

L1 and L2 DTLB size increased from 64 to 72 and 2,048 to 3,072 entries

L2 cache doubled from 512 KiB to 1 MiB per core

Improved cache load, write and prefetch from/to register (less latency).

Higher Transistor Density, due to 5nm process

Capable of higher all-core clockspeeds (shown by AMD to reach 5GHz+ on all cores)

An igpu in every processor

PCIe Gen 5.0

DDR5

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Availability:

 

All four processors will launch late this month; AMD proclaims to have the proper volume of the product available at launch when reviews go live has yet to be announced. The 27th of September. Several models are priced the same as the previous generation, with the exception of the Ryzen 7 7950X, which costs $699, a $100 savings over the Ryzen 9 5950X .

 

amd-ryzen-7000-2.jpg

 

https://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/amd-announces-ryzen-7000-processors-(preview),1.html

 

 

The naming of these CPUs leave a lot of room for more variants to be added later on. I'd guess it's likely we will see a 7800X with high clock speeds at some point, but maybe they will just do that with the 3D cache variants this time. 

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AVX-512 instructions support

 

Obvious dig at Intel lol. 

 

I have to say that $699 for the 7950X is a good deal to be perfectly honesty. If I was building now, I would just purchase that straight off the bat.

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53 minutes ago, ENTERPRISE said:

 

Obvious dig at Intel lol. 

 

I have to say that $699 for the 7950X is a good deal to be perfectly honesty. If I was building now, I would just purchase that straight off the bat.

Yeah, them dropping it to $699 was a good move.

 

However, I still find the 7600X being $299 to be super lame in 2022. Especially if a 13400 comes out for $199 or less. Money grab at what should be the more budget friendly end of the spectrum.

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1 hour ago, ozlay said:

I am still hoping the rumor of a 10c/20t 7800x is true. 😄

Given 8 core CCD's though, wonder how they'd split that. Defective 7600X CCD's with only 4 cores combined with a 7600X 6-core CCD for 10?

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30 minutes ago, Sir Beregond said:

Given 8 core CCD's though, wonder how they'd split that. Defective 7600X CCD's with only 4 cores combined with a 7600X 6-core CCD for 10?

 

Probably the same as the Ryzen R9-5900E. Which i believe has 2x 5-core CCD's. However i believe that is still a rumor as well.

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