AMD revealed prices, performance, several release dates, and more about the upcoming RDNA 3 graphics cards and the Ryzen 7000 series processor during its launch. “together we advance_PC” live streaming on Monday.

Four CPUs that use the new Zen 4 desktop processing architecture (with the code name “Raphael”) will be launched on September 27, 2022. Ryzen 9 7950X’s flagship chip will worth $ 699 at launch and has 16 cores, 32 threads, and clock boosts up to 5.7GHz.

Price, release date, and specs for Ryzen 7000 series CPUs.

Price list, specs and release date for the upcoming Ryzen 7000 series.
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Three other processors including Ryzen 9 7900X (12 cores, 24 Threads, and 5.6GHz Boost) for $ 549, Ryzen 77700X (8 cores, 16 Threads, and Boost 5.3GHz) for $ 399, and Ryzen 5 7600X budget (6 cores, 12 Utas, and an increase of 5.3 GHz) for $ 299. AMD claims during the presentation that the Zen4 processor has an increase 2022.

Other claims include an increase of up to 29 percent in a single utas performance, but take this prediction with a little salt until it is released publicly and is available for external comparison. Some estimated improvements are unclear, such as an increase in 6 to 35 percent performance that is claimed in the game when comparing the new Ryzen 9 7950X with its predecessor, Ryzen 9 5950X.

AMD Ryzen 7000 performance statistics.

The predictable improvement you can expect by upgrading from an equivalent Zen3 processor.
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Regarding how long the intelligence market rival matches this, AMD compares its latest flagship performance with the performance of Intel i9-12900K in V-Ray benchmark where Zen 4 processor displays performance up to 47 percent better per watt, and the potential for an increase of 57 percent in Raytracing. Remember, this is a single benchmark of many and in the interests of AMD to make this launch attractive to consumers who want to upgrade their desktop PC. We’ll get a more accurate picture of the performance comparison when an impartial benchmark test can be performed.

Slide compares the Ryzen 7000 with the 11th generation Intel i9 processor.

As always, take benchmark slides from presentation carefully to benchmarks and third party testing can be done.
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Despite being absent from the presentation, AMD’s website confirmed that all four Ryzen 7000 SKUs will have integrated Radeon RDNA 2 graphics. Each Raphael CPU will feature 2 graphics cores, each with 64 stream processors, with a boost clock of up to 2.2GHz. Before anyone feels happy with the game’s capabilities, it seems you don’t want to ignore the full desktop graphics card for this default alternative, because the GPU is integrated will only be enough for tasks such as making basic content and output display.

There are several key points of presentation to consider if you is planning to upgrade or build a new PC in the near future. First, this generation of AMD processors will use the socket AM5 platform, which means you will have to upgrade your motherboard. The price of the AM5 motherboard will start from $ 125, and will be supported at least until 2025, to coincide with the launch of the Zen 5 predicted in 2024.

That doesn’t mean that AM4 is done. “We hope AM4 and AM5 can coexist for some time,” said Lisa Su during the presentation. “You must expect that, like with AM4, we will build all AM5 piles, but it will require some time to build and we want to ensure the right cost, as usual.” He To do means you also need to plan to upgrade your system memory, as AM5 adopted DDR5 RAM and dropped support for DDR4.

The processor isn’t the only announcement as we also got a glimpse of the next-generation Radeon graphics card. The AMD Radeon RX 7000 series will be based on the 5NM process node and its flagship model is said to display GPU Navi 31 with a streaming processor of 12288 and GDDR6 memory to 24 GB, although this is still speculative information. AMD’s generosity for information about its new processors doesn’t extend to its upcoming graphics cards.

Lisa Su teases the RDA4 GPU on stage.

A quick look at the RDNA4 graphics card, showing a similar appearance to AMD’s previous founder edition GPUs.
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AMD CEO Lisa Su emphasized the previous claim that the new GPU architecture would offer an increase in the performance of 50 percent per watt more than RDNA 2, and confirmed that during the presentation that at least one Radeon 7000 was operating and carrying out tests, which stated that the performance was “truly external normal. .”

The design seems to be synonymous with superior cards from the previous generation, with all -black color schemes and a little RGB lighting similar to the Radeon RX 6950XT. The next generation model that was ridiculed during the presentation was not named, the power connector was also not displayed, although the fan design was three times and the thickness of the card showed that this would be the upper class model.

Other expected features are sophisticated chiplet packaging, re -designed computing units, optimized graphics channels, and the next generation of AMD Infinity Cache. The next generation of AMD Radeon graphics cards will also arrive at the end of the year, although no set date for launch has been announced.

By Blanca

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