Through a recent presentation in China, AMD has announced the debut of its next-generation Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs and AM5 motherboards. The presentation includes a graphic that depicts market availability for the new CPUs on September 15, which matches the previously reported Fall 2022 launch date.

AMD’s Ryzen 7000 AMD processors, as previously stated, will be based on the company’s new Zen 4 architecture, which is intended to boost IPC by 8-10%. These chips are manufactured using TSMC’s 5nm technology and will employ the same chipset design as previously, but with a higher core count.

The maximum core count will remain at 16 cores and 32 threads, but clock rates will be significantly increased. According to reports, these CPUs will have rates of up to 5.85GHz. The TDP will be between 65 and 170W (170W maximum TDP / 230W maximum PPT).

AMD claims that Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs with Zen 4 cores will outperform Zen 3 by 15% in single-threaded performance. The CPUs will also have an RDNA 2 iGPU that can be accessed through HDMI 2.1. For the first time on an AMD CPU-powered platform, the new platform will support DDR5 memory as well as PCIe Gen 5.0.

AM5 motherboards will be available on the same day as Ryzen 7000 CPUs. The specs are shown in the figure below.


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