AMD takes content creation, gaming, and computing experiences to new dimensions with the launch of the Ryzen 7000 series of desktop processors. Powered by the all-new Zen 4 architecture with the 5nm process, these processors are designed to deliver exceptional performance and high energy efficiency. How much better? Compared to the previous version, AMD’s 4.5 GHz Ryzen 7950X 16-core flagship processor shows up to a 29% single-core performance improvement, up to 45% more computing performance with the POV-ray ray-tracing software, and up to 15% faster gaming performance with select titles. The processor is also more power efficient, delivering up to 27% better performance per watt. If you’re in the market for a powerhouse of a desktop, you can’t go wrong with one from the Ryzen 7000 series.
Fitting the new AM5 socket with four different chipsets, the Ryzen 7000 series takes advantage of PCIe Gen 5 technology, supporting 24 lanes for high-performance storage drives and graphics cards. The platform also supports dual-channel DDR5 memory, which may be optimized for overclocking with compatible devices using AMD EXPO technology to give games an extra boost. Taken together, AMD expects the Socket AM5 platform to last through 2025.
Other available models include the 4.7 GHz Ryzen 9 7900X 12-core CPU to power high-performance systems. You can also immerse yourself in rich gaming experiences with the 4.5 GHz Ryzen 7 7700X eight-core processor at the heart of your desktop computer. Lastly, the 4.7 GHz Ryzen 5 7600X six-core delivers reliable performance for everyday tasks and entertainment. All processors feature integrated Radeon graphics and are available with or without cooling solutions.
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