AMD fans, ready up — Ryzen 7000 could be coming soon

New rumors about the possible launch date for the AMD Ryzen 7000 have surfaced, promising that we’ll see the CPUs hit the market on September 15th.

This is in line with previous leaks, many of which specifically pointed to September or even September 15th. The company is also getting its RDNA 3 graphics cards ready for later this year. Will AMD crush the competition?


We already knew that the next-gen AMD Ryzen 7000 “Raphael” processors are just around the corner, but now the dates seem firmer than ever, implying we’ll be able to buy these CPUs in just over a month. Wccftech cites its own sources as claiming that the Zen 4 processors will be released alongside the high-end X670 motherboards on September 15, following an official announcement from AMD on August 29.

These new products will reportedly be unveiled at a product event AMD plans to host, but you can’t pre-order – everyone will have to wait for the September 15 release date. The embargo on the AMD processors and matching motherboards will be lifted on September 13, which means you’ll probably be able to hear from reliable reviewers which of the processors is the best AMD CPU to pick up.

The upcoming AMD Ryzen 7000 series marks a huge step for the manufacturer. It will finally add support for DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.0, and it’s worth noting that it will support DDR5 RAM exclusively – keep that in mind as you work on your new build. Thanks to a new core architecture, Zen 4 is said to give a remarkable boost and deliver up to 35% better performance on multithreaded tasks.

AMD has seemingly inadvertently leaked the processors that may arrive first. This list includes four CPUs and has all the successors to some current fan favorites. Based on this leak, it looks like we’ll see the AMD Ryzen 9 7950X, AMD Ryzen 9 7900X, AMD Ryzen 7 7700X, and the AMD Ryzen 5 7600X first. This means the bottom of the lineup will follow later. No 3D V-Cache CPUs have been mentioned yet, either, but AMD has previously confirmed that it will bring back the technology for Zen 4.


Just as the first wave of processors is targeting the higher end sector that gamers will be interested in, the first AM5 motherboards will be the X670E and X670 designs. The cheaper B650E and B650 cards are expected to arrive a little later, with forecasts pointing towards October or November.

During its recent earnings call, AMD also confirmed that the next-generation RDNA 3 graphics cards will arrive later this year. “While we expect the gaming graphics market to decline in the third quarter, we remain focused on executing our GPU roadmap, including the launch of our high-end RDNA 3 GPU later this year,” said AMD CEO Lisa. Su.

Whether you’re an AMD enthusiast or believe more in Team Green and Team Blue, it’s hard to deny that AMD seems to be running smoothly this year. While Intel recently reported a $500 million loss for the first time in a very long time, AMD appears to be doing well, earning $6.55 billion in the second quarter of 2022.

AMD is well positioned to beat Intel to release the next generation of processors as Intel Raptor Lake is reportedly arriving in October. Let’s hope this upcoming battle of the titans will result in slightly more competitive pricing than what we saw on the previous generation of PC hardware.

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