AMD will unveil its Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs on August 29th

You don’t have to wait long to learn more about AMD’s Ryzen 7000 desktop processors. The company has announced that it will unveil the new line of CPUs on August 29 at 7:00 p.m. via a YouTube live stream. The event will tell more about the new Zen 4 architecture and the supporting AM5 platform.

There are already some indications of what to expect. AMD accidentally shared some of the first Ryzen 7000 model numbers on its website in July, including a Ryzen 5 chip (7600X), a Ryzen 7 variant (7700X), and two Ryzen 9 versions (7900X and 7950X). As with previous launches, the company appears to be focusing on gaming-friendly enthusiast CPUs while leaving budget bits for later versions.

Zen 4 and AM5, meanwhile, promise meaningful architectural changes. You’ll see more Level 2 cache, faster than 5GHz speeds, AI hardware acceleration, and support for newer standards like DDR5 memory and PCIe 5.0 expansion. AMD claimed a 15 percent increase in single-threaded performance in early testing. In fact, AMD is responding to Intel’s 12th Gen Core – it’s just a question of whether Ryzen 7000 is fast enough to keep up or come out on top.

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