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It has been rumoured that AMD Ryzen 7900/7700/7600 non-X CPUs will debut on January 10th


It has been speculated for quite some time that AMD will present its new Ryzen 7000 central processing units at CES 2023. The company is working hard to be ready for a major event that will feature next-generation desktop and mobile CPUs that are based on the Zen4 architecture. Gamers can now anticipate an AMD desktop CPU update in the form of new 65W TDP SKUs, which are also referred to as the Ryzen 7000 non-X series. This update is one of the new CPUs.

It has been reported that Ryzen will be releasing three different models: the Ryzen 9 7900, the Ryzen 7 7700, and the Ryzen 7 7600. It’s possible that we already know their prices thanks to people who steal and sell hardware and have a track record of doing so successfully. There will be a difference of $100 in price between each SKU of these CPUs, as they are scheduled to launch at $429, $329, and $229 respectively.

AMD Ryzen 7000 non-X

  • Notification: the 4th of January
  • Public Debut of the Product: January 10

The newly released Ryzen central processing units are going to have the identical CPU configuration as the X-variants that are already on the market. Base clocks and boost clocks are going to be impacted, though, because power restrictions are going to be changed. The highest frequency of Ryzen 7000 CPUs that are not Ryzen 7000 X should be expected to be decreased by 100 to 200 MHz.

At the same event, AMD is rumoured to be presenting its Ryzen 7000X3D line of processors equipped with 3D V-Cache for the first time. On the other hand, when it comes to the debut date, we are seeing claims that contradict one other here.