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Potential Ryzen 7000-series CPU Specs and Pricing Leak, Ryzen 9 7950X Expected to hit 5.7 GHz

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It's pretty clear that we're getting very close to the launch of AMD's AM5 platform and the Ryzen 7000-series CPUs, with spec details and even pricing brackets tipping up online. Wccftech has posted what the publication believes will be the lineup we can expect to launch in just over a month's time, if rumours are to be believed. The base model is said to be the Ryzen 5 7600X, which the site claims will have a base clock of 4.7 GHz and a boost clock of 5.3 GHz. There's no change in processor core or thread count compared to the current Ryzen 5 5600X, but the L2 cache appears to have doubled, for a total of 38 MB of cache. This is followed by the Ryzen 7 7700X, which starts out a tad slower with a base clock of 4.5 GHz, but it has a slightly higher boost clock of 5.4 GHz. Likewise here, the core and thread count remains unchanged, while the L2 cache also gets a bump here for a total of 40 MB cache. Both these models are said to have a 105 W TDP.

The Ryzen 9 7900X is said to have a 4.7 GHz base clock and a 5.6 GHz boost clock, so a 200 MHz jump up from the Ryzen 7 7700X. This CPU has a total of 76 MB of cache. Finally the Ryzen 9 7950X is said to have the same base clock of 4.5 GHz as the Ryzen 7 7700X, but it has the highest boost clock of all the expected models at 5.7 GHz, while having a total of 80 MB cache. These two SKUs are both said to have a 170 W TDP. Price wise, from top to bottom, we might be looking at somewhere around US$700, US$600, US$300 and US$200, so it seems like AMD has adjusted its pricing downwards by around $100 on the low-end, with the Ryzen 7 part fitting the same price bracket as the Ryzen 7 5700X. The Ryzen 9 7900X seems to have had its price adjusted upwards slightly, while the Ryzen 9 7950X seems to be expected to be priced lower than its predecessors. Take these things with the right helping of scepticism for now, as things can still change before the launch.



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Nice. I've loved my AMD setups for the past few years and had no issues. If they keep it up I'll be staying with them. I may even go higher end as well, will give it a year and see how they pan out for people.

(Note - I have had Intel in the past and loved them all too apart from a Pentium D donkeys years ago :) )
 
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Hopefully the prices won't be so low, because I will must to upgrade again this year...
 
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So probably 300 EUR for the 7600X in EU. I remember the 5600X being 350 EUR for the first couple of weeks.
 
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I am eyeballing that 7900X hard.

Hopefully the prices won't be so low, because I will must to upgrade again this year...
I'm shooting for around Christmas plus or minus 10 days.
 
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Even CPU's are increasing TDP now? The 7600x with 105W from the usual 65W will require better coolers.
 
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It seems like AMD has adjusted its pricing downwards by around $100

Recession incoming:
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Even CPU's are increasing TDP now? The 7600x with 105W from the usual 65W will require better coolers.

They have no choice. When Intel with its 200W+ CPUs is stipulated as a winner in graphs, despite consuming twice as much as AMD CPUs, AMD has to follow. Same on the GPU side - Nvidia feels threatened and decides to not care about power consumption, and AMD has to follow, since the average Joe does not care about power consumption.
 
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Too good to be true... but I imagine it's a tactic to offset the high price of DDR5 and encourage migration to the new platform(?)
DDR5 isn't really expensive any more. The prices are coming down almost daily.
 
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They have no choice. When Intel with its 200W+ CPUs is stipulated as a winner in graphs, despite consuming twice as much as AMD CPUs, AMD has to follow. Same on the GPU side - Nvidia feels threatened and decides to not care about power consumption, and AMD has to follow, since the average Joe does not care about power consumption.

It's actually more a heat issue, not power consumption. Prebuilds and those included coolers with a new cpu, it will all go terrible wrong. And i guess people with stuff like the 212 (me) that was perfectly fine will probably need a new cooler. And if they don't yet another terrible experience.

DDR5 isn't really expensive any more. The prices are coming down almost daily.

it will all depend on what these new ryzen need. And we know Ryzen doesn't perform to spec if you go for cheaper clocked RAM, like before you either invest in fast RAM or leave performance in the table, a lot of it.
And decent clocked DDR5 are still very expensive.
 
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DDR5 isn't really expensive any more. The prices are coming down almost daily.
That's true for DDR5-4800 CL40 but early adopters will be avoiding that lowest grade, which can barely compete with cheap DDR4.
 
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If these prices are close to correct then that’s amazing; but it doesn’t make sense given what they can make on these cores on the server end, and from their stated goal of moving and to a “more premium brand”.

Pretty skeptical on this.
 
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DDR5 isn't really expensive any more. The prices are coming down almost daily.
Even when the price drops to similar levels. It should be taken into account that you are now required to mount at least 2 x 16gb with DDR5.

Plus, there is also the cost of a new motherboard for those wishing to migrate from socket AM4 to AM5, so I guess the lower prices make sense.
 
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Those base clock speeds seem too good :wtf:
 
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but it has the highest boost clock of all the expected models at 5.7 GHz, while having a total of 80 MB cache
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Zen4 has a big DDR5 and new motherboard's price problem. Only fanboys will buy Zen4 over Alder/Raptor lake or even Zen3 if price difference is too large and it looks like it might be.
Fanboys, as you put them, will buy within their budget wishing to buy newer. :cool:
 
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I would like to get the new 7950x for my workstation. I could move all my work from a company laptop to a home workstation. I do software engineering and this would help in compilation, testing times (it takes about an hour to run the full suite of unit, integration and functional tests on the biggest project I am working on), also with dockerized containers, etc.
 
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If those base clocks are accurate, then the higher TDPs are definitely understandable. 16 cores at 4.5GHz? Holy crap! Hopefully that will make the people wishing for AMD to resurrect consumer HEDT quiet down for a while. Of course this also bodes very well for efficiency with stricter power limits, even if stock operation in SFF will become more difficult.

Zen4 has a big DDR5 and new motherboard's price problem. Only fanboys will buy Zen4 over Alder/Raptor lake or even Zen3 if price difference is too large and it looks like it might be.
How so? What indication do you have that AM5 motherboards will be more expensive than LGA1700 motherboards? Or are you talking about people who have bought an LGA1700 system this year not wanting to upgrade again the same year? 'Cause ... that's not that many people. Hardly a market-tanking issue. As for DDR5, it's more expensive than DDR4, but only because DDR4 is absolutely ludicrously cheap these days. DDR5 is honestly not that bad in terms of price, and it's continuing to drop. With another DDR5 platform launching, prices will drop even further. As for Zen3 - if price is more important to you than performance, then yes, that's probably a decent choice - though it's not like X570/B550 motherboards are cheap either, so unless you already have one or are willing to settle for an older generation, savings aren't that big. It's entirely possible that the performance increases from Zen4 will make a 7600X + B650 setup both faster and better in terms of I/O than something like a 5800 X3D+B550 or even X570 setup - and likely the same price or cheaper.
 
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Is it possible these will actually be slower or about even with 5800x 3D in gaming?
Most zen 3 tap out before 5Ghz the x3D caps out at 4.5 afaik, this does 5.7( allegedly) and will have an expected minimum 15% IPC gain.

No they'll beat a 5800X3D or they're not going to do well are they.
 
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