AMD is expected to confirm the launch of its new Ryzen 7000 processors on August 29th with a release date of September 15th. No, the final one is not completely broken yet, but given the huge evidence and the total rumor, the whole team was largely waiting on – while AMD was coming along to give it all the rubber stamp.
This is a little complicated; as a result, the US government announced that a number of processors have also been shown on their websites, announcing how much they’ll cost, or the fact that the initial launch line-up will be cheaper.
AMD Ryzen 7000 Processors listed by Retailer.
Now, we should note that this listing has gone far earlier than it nearly certainly should have, and then the details within should be taken with a bit of salt. As often as possible, figures whose records don’t contain all the facts for each. If this is correct, then we will likely presume the following isn’t just the four CPUs AMD may initially kick off the Ryzen 7000 platform, but also the cost of their costs: the CPU and the hardware.
- AMD Ryzen 9 7950X $1158 / $1140 CAD (Circa 892 USD)
- AMD Ryzen 9 7900X 798 / 777 CAD (Circa 608 o$)
- AMD Ryzen 7 7700X a ring of 631 dollars / 613 dollars a year (Circa $480 USD)
- AMD Ryzen 5 7600X $135/$453, CAD ($30) a.m.
Since the leaks are now based on actual information, these figures are considerably higher than the previously suggested figures. During the ’70s, the 7600X, a source recently claimed it would sell for about $200. In this regard though, well-off conceded between $200 and $330, that latter seems a lot more realistic!
Despite the announcement that they’re officially going to launch two weeks before, and its all going well, we don’t have much longer to do now before finding out for sure.
What do you think?