The Ryzen 7000s will be announced later this month, launching in September

The Ryzen 7000s will be announced later this month, launching in September

The Ryzen 7000s will be announced later this month

After months of rumors and advances, it seems that now there is very little time left for the debut on the market of the new AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors. In fact, according to sources from Wccftech colleagues, the Sunnyvale-based company will hold a press conference on August 29 to present the line-up, while a couple of weeks later the CPUs will be available for sale. Here are the dates of the embargoes in detail:

Announcement - August 30, 2022, 2:00 am Italian Reviews - September 13, 2022, 3:00 pm Italian Launch - September 15, 2022, 3:00 pm Italian mothers X670, which will be discussed during the AMD Meet The Expert event, which will be held today at 18:00 (Italian time), will be available on the same days. Since the reviews will be published a couple of days before the actual product launches, consumers will be able to make their own assessments to decide whether or not to buy the new AMD offerings.

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Waiting for the official presentation, you can take a look at the alleged specifications of the processors made by colleagues at VideoCardz:

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AMD's Ryzen 7000 Desktop CPUs to Arrive Before the End of September

AMD’s next-generation Ryzen chips will arrive a little earlier this year. On Tuesday, CEO Lisa Su said the products will launch during this quarter, which ends on Sept. 30.

“Looking ahead, we’re on track to launch our all new Ryzen 7000 desktop processors and AM5 (motherboard) platform later this quarter with leadership performance in gaming and content creation,' Su said during an earnings call. 

That’s good news for any AMD fans eager to build a PC with the new chips. Previously, AMD only teased the new chips would arrive sometime in the fall. In contrast, the Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 series was officially introduced back in October 2020 and launched a month later. 

The Ryzen 7000 processors will feature several upgrades, including a new Zen 4 CPU architecture built using a 5-nanometer manufacturing process from TSMC. In addition, at least some of the chips will be able to run with clock speeds at over 5GHz.

Back in June, AMD said the Zen 4 architecture promises to offer an 8% to 10% improvement over the previous generation when it comes to instructions per clock. Company benchmarks also show that a 16-core Ryzen 7000 chip can score a 25% performance-per-watt improvement over AMD’s last-generation silicon.

However, the new Ryzen 7000 CPUs will need a new AM5 motherboard. AMD plans on showcasing(Opens in a new window) some of the motherboards on Thursday. So stay tuned for more details. 

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During the earnings call, AMD’s CEO said the company has been encountering a slowdown in PC demand due to the ongoing economic downturn. But she added: “We believe we are well positioned to navigate the current environment based on the strength of our existing product portfolio and upcoming product launches.”

The company is also planning on launching next-generation RDNA 3 graphics cards later this year. But in the meantime, AMD has been encountering sagging demand for desktop GPUs. AMD's CEO attributed it to “more supply versus demand,” and consumers pulling back on spending, in another indication that the GPU shortage is over, for now. 

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