New rumored AMD Ryzen 7000 price could give Intel the advantage. The rumored pricing might however be an eye-raiser, and with that being said, does it mean that AMD is giving up its valued advantage over Intel?
New Rumored AMD Ryzen 7000 Price Could Give Intel the Advantage
The next batch of Zen 4 processors from AMD has now been spotted and they will purportedly consist of new Ryzen 7900, 7700, and 7600 models, with their own specs and pricing provided in the leak.
The leaks contain the non-X-versions of existing 7900X, 7700X, and 7600X models. This however means that there will somewhat be running slower but more power-efficiently, and they will be priced a bit cheaper than those already existing CPUs.
The Source of the Rumor
The source of this very rumor is VideoCardz, with the website providing an AMD presentation slide thus detailing those offerings by Zen 4 which are thought to be launching at CES 2023 stipulated for next month.
While digging into the leaked spec, the Ryzen 9 7900 in question is said to boost up to 5.4HHz which as you should know is 200MHz slower than the 7900X and also has a base clock of 3.7GHz, a much bigger drop of 1GHz in contrast to the 7900X, but it, however, has a much lower TDP of 65W. In fact, all of these mentioned CPUs have the same TDP. The MSRP on the other hand pitched on the presentation slide is $429 in the United States.
What to Expect With the AMD Ryzen 7 7700
And with the Ryzen 7 7700, we are looking at a boost of up to 5.3GHz which is 100MHz lower than the 7700X, and a base clock of 3.8GHz (700MHz lower), with an apparent price of $329.
As for the Ryzen 5 7600 on the other hand, the spec sheet reveals that boosting up to 5.1GHz which is 200MHz slower than the 7600X with a base clock of 3.8GHz(900MHz slower). The price that is however aired here is $229, but you should take all of this info with a good sense of skepticism and also don’t be shy with all the amounts applied.