New AMD Ryzen 7000 processors to be announced on August 4

Deepak Gupta July 27, 2022
Updated 2022/07/27 at 9:42 AM

The processor sector is booming, and the news is eagerly awaited by both consumers and stores that expect to sell many units.

And while the leader Intel prepares its next 13th generation Core Raptor Lake range, AMD doesn’t give up either. According to the latest information, the manufacturer of Lisa Su will officially announce its new Ryzen 7000 CPUs on August 4th.




AMD Ryzen 7000 processors are almost here

It was through your official site that AMD has revealed that it will hold a small event on August 4th. On that occasion, the North American company will show its new motherboards customized by partners ASUS, ASRock, Biostar, Gigabyte and MSI. And these motherboards will be high-end models, based on the X670 Extreme (X670E) and X670 chipsets.

But the news will not stop here, because in the introduction of this news, the following is mentioned: "supporting the recent release of AMD Ryzen 7000 Series processors [...]". Therefore, it can be deduced that, on August 4th, the manufacturer will have already officially announced its next generation of processors, and these may also arrive on that day, or even before.

As we can see from the image above, the most complete summary indicates that:

With the recent release of AMD Ryzen 7000 Series processors, the new AM5 chipset offers users high performance in gaming, creation and intensive computing tasks. Supporting DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 memory for the world's fastest NVMe storage, the AM5 platform delivers more performance, power and possibilities than ever before.

In this way, there is little more than a week left to know for sure what AMD will be preparing in the processor sector. And whether or not these can shake even more the leadership of Intel, whose new processors are expected for the 17th of October.

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