AMD announced that its Ryzen 7000 series (“Raphael”) desktop processors will be released as part of its quarterly results conference call. They are based on Zen 4 and the AM5 platform with DDR5 (and PCIe 5.0) and are now in production.
Ryzen 7000 will be available in the second quarter
AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su promised a Ryzen 7000 CPU release in 5nm at TSMC “later in this quarter”. She also highlighted the main areas of application for the Zen 4 processors, “Gaming” as well as “Content Creation”, including Tom’s hardware first.
We are on track to launch our 5nm Ryzen7000 desktop processors and AM5 platforms this quarter, which will offer industry-leading performance in content creation and gaming. AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su
The Ryzen 7000 will be released on September 30, 2022, when the third quarter of the year ends.
Radeon RX7000 with RDNA3 later in the year
Lisa Su, a conference call participant, also spoke out about the imminent Radeon RX 7000 series based upon the RDNA 3 architecture. This model will be available “later” in the year. AMD believes that the GPU market is in a difficult phase during the third quarter.
We expect the gaming graphics market will decline in the third quarter. However, we are still focused on our GPU roadmap, which includes the launch of our RDNA 3 GPU later in the year. AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su
AMD and its partners discuss the AM5 platform
AMD and its partners ASRock, Biostar and Gigabyte want to discuss tomorrow’s AM5 platform and its features as well as the new X670E/X670 chipsets.
AMD X670 Extreme and AMD X670: Ryzen 7000 boards will be on display from August 4th
A showcase for the new AM5 motherboards AMD, and five partners invites you to a showcase in which each manufacturer’s flagships will be shown in detail.
First leaks are making the rounds
The showcase will feature more information about the five AM5 boards Asus ROG Crosshair X670E Extreme, ASRock X670E Taichi and Biostar X670E Valkyrie as well as the MSI MEG X670E Aorus, Gigabyte X670E Aorus, and MSI MSI MEG X670E. It wouldn’t surprise if additional information was leaked prior to the “leakage” of the MSI MEG X670E Godlike, which features a 24+2+1 phase design.