Pricing and specifications for AMD Ryzen 7900/7700/7600 CPUs have been confirmed.

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The rumours about potential Ryzen 7000 pricing were true. Pricing and specifications for the upcoming Ryzen 7000 series, which is set to launch next year, are shown in slides from the embargoed presentation. These CPUs are from the 7000 non-X series and have a base TDP of 65W.

AMD Ryzen 7000 non-X Specifications and Pricing, Source: VideoCardz

AMD is working on three SKUs: the Ryzen 9 – 7900, the Ryzen 7 – 7700, and the Ryzen 5 – 7600. The Ryzen 9 7900 is a new 12-core CPU with a boost clock of up to 5.4 GHz. The base clock is said to be 3.7 GHz, which is exactly 1.0 GHz slower than the 7900X. This CPU would cost $429 and compete with Intel Core i9-13900 and i9-12900 CPUs, according to the slide. It is important to note that the former has not yet been released.

The base clock of the 8-core Ryzen 7 7700 non-X is 3.8 GHz, and the boost clock is 5.3 GHz. When compared to the 7700X model, the base frequency is 700 MHz lower and the maximum frequency is only 100 MHz lower. With a price tag of $329, this processor would compete with Intel’s Core i7-13700 and i7-12700K.

Finally, the 6-core Ryzen 5 7600 non-X has a boost clock of 5.1 GHz and a base clock of 3.8 GHz (0.9 GHz slower than 7600X). This CPU would cost $229 and compete with the Core i5-13600 and i5-12600 processors.

AMD Ryzen 7000 non-X Specifications and Pricing, Source: VideoCardz

Because AM4 coolers are officially compatible with the new AM5 socket, existing AMD-designed and sold coolers are also compatible with the new Ryzen 7000 series. The 65W CPUs will come with the coolers, which are known as Wraith Prism and Wraith Stealth. The former will be included with the Ryzen 9 7900 and Ryzen 7 7700 CPUs, while the latter will come with the Ryzen 5 7600.

Given the recent price cut for the Ryzen 7000 series, AMD may struggle to sell these non-X SKUs at the suggested prices. It appears that for an additional $20-30, more gamers can opt for 170/105W models instead.

The full embargo on Ryzen 7000 non-X series processors will be lifted on January 9th, which should be either the review date or the actual launch date. However, AMD will reveal these CPUs a few days earlier at the CES 2023 conference.


Source: VideoCardz

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