Review roundup: Impressive lineup providing something for everyone
The embargo for AMD's Ryzen 7000 series desktop CPU SKUs has been lifted and we can see how these four SKUs, performed in benchmarks, games, and applications.
Ryzen 9 7950X overclocked to 6.5 GHz
AMD-sponsored overclocker Bill Alverson broke all records in Cinebench R23 and R20 for 16-core CPUs.
Webinar with partners for B650/B650E motherboards
AMD has scheduled a webinar with its motherboard partners to unveil the mid-range AM5 B650/B650E motherboards. The list includes the usual suspects like ASRock, ASUS, Biostar, Gigabyte, and MSI.
Trying to clear up some confusion in that market segment
As of next year, AMD is introducing a new naming scheme for its mobile processors, trying to clear up some confusion in that market segment.
And it will cost $100 less
Leaked benchmarks for AMD’s new flagship Ryzen 9 7950X are starting to appear and it appears to be cleaning its predecessor's clock.
50 percent perf/Watt increase, coming this year
AMD has teased its upcoming RDNA 3-based Radeon graphics card at the Ryzen 7000 series event, promising to maintain a 50 percent increase in performance per Watt, compared to the previous generation.
Zen 4 on 5nm and 4nm, Zen 5 on 4nm/3nm
During its Ryzen 7000 series launch event, AMD revealed its updated CPU roadmap, showing what comes after 5nm Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 series CPUs.
Available as of September 27
AMD has officially announced its next generation Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors based on Zen 4 architecture, bringing significant IPC increase, as well as support for DDR5 and PCI-Express Gen 5. The Ryzen 7000 series desktop CPUs will be available as of September 27th in four SKU options.
Clocks in at 5.85GHz
AMD’s Ryzen 9 7950X might cause a few problems for Intel -- the Zen 4 flagship has been spotted doing 5.85GHz in a built up area.
Tame Apple Press claims fruity cargo cult will be the first to get it
TSMC is on track to launch the much-awaited 3nm process node in September and mainstream media loyal to the fruity Apple cult insist that it will be its first 3nm customer.