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AMD to Host Livestream Event to Unveil Next Generation Ryzen 7000 CPUs on August 29th (Updated)

Summary

On August 29th, AMD plans on unveiling its next-generation PC products, including the Zen 4 architecture for the Ryzen 7000 CPU series. The “together we advance_PCs” event will be livestreamed on AMD's YouTube channel.

 

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The company will livestream the event on the AMD YouTube channel. The proceedings will kick off at 7 p.m. EST that Monday night (August 29th), and feature speakers including AMD CEO Lisa Su and CTO Mark Papermaster. 

 

The event signals that Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs are close to launching.

 

My thoughts

This is great news! I'm hoping we get a deep dive on the performance figures, with must needed Cinebench runs. Additionally, I want to see the finalized clock speeds of the various SKUs, as this has been quite a conundrum with claims of up to 5.7GHz when AMD only showed 5.5GHz. We'll also get confirmed pricing numbers hopefully, and this makes sense because we're seeing leaks of Motherboard and CPU prices as of late. Only 13 days to go until the 29th! About two weeks and we will know nearly everything we want to know about Zen 4, AM5, and the 7000 series.

 

Sources

https://www.amd.com/en/press-releases/2022-08-16-amd-to-host-livestream-event-to-unveil-next-generation-ryzen-processors

https://www.pcmag.com/news/amd-to-unveil-next-gen-ryzen-cpus-on-aug-29

 

Update, livestream is over ~

 

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Finally!

 

Now please say something about how long the chipsets will be supported for!

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I just want to see the 3D-cache SKU in action. Because I don't plan to get one without it. We know they will relese it soon after initial launch this time so good.

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Now, let's see if AMD gives us some actually useful information this time, rather than half-baked marketing points that make their product sound dreadful.

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Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't that kind of a terrible time to hold the event? At least if you live outside of north America. I'd rather not stay up until 1 AM on a Tuesday.

Oh well, guess I'll read about it as soon as I wake up.

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3 minutes ago, LAwLz said:

Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't that kind of a terrible time to hold the event? At least if you live outside of north America. I'd rather not stay up until 1 AM on a Tuesday.

Oh well, guess I'll read about it as soon as I wake up.

There is no good time for global events, someone will always be upset.  So placate your largest, most important market, and let everyone else suffer with the time or watch a VOD whenever.

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9 hours ago, Rauten said:

Finally!

 

Now please say something about how long the chipsets will be supported for!

I get the feeling AMD kind of pigeon-holed themselves by committing to such a long timeframe for AM4 support, so I don't think they're going to do that again.  AMD has typically had longer term support for their sockets, but I don't think they're going to commit themselves to a definitive timeframe again.  Though I'd happily be proven wrong.

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2 hours ago, LAwLz said:

Correct me if I am wrong, but isn't that kind of a terrible time to hold the event? At least if you live outside of north America. I'd rather not stay up until 1 AM on a Tuesday.

Oh well, guess I'll read about it as soon as I wake up.

We have 3 major time zone groups in the world: Asia, Europe, Americas. Pick two, as that is all you can satisfy at best. For this AMD event, Europe loses out on that one. I'm not staying up for it. For Europe, early US times are better as it'll be evening. Might not be that great for Asia either, as it'll be quite early for them. I wont be intentionally staying up either, as it'll start at midnight for me.

 

I'm sure they'll give just enough info to make the fanboys go wild, but not enough to know anything much of substance until later.

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  • 2 weeks later...

This is super exciting! My Zen 3+ 6900HS-equipped laptop is already faster than the 22-core 2699V4 in my server. I can't even begin to imagine how fast the top 16-core Zen 4 chip is gonna be.

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1 hour ago, Schnoz said:

This is super exciting! My Zen 3+ 6900HS-equipped laptop is already faster than the 22-core 2699V4 in my server. I can't even begin to imagine how fast the top 16-core Zen 4 chip is gonna be.

 

I'm looking forward to seeing if this rumor is true ~

 

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X Fmax Frequency Set at 5.85GHz:
 

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According to a previous leak, the Ryzen 9 7950X reportedly checks in with a 5.7GHz boost clock. However, a Weibo user claims that the Fmax (maximum frequency limit) on the 16-core Zen 4 part is higher and is reportedly set at 5.85GHz.

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/298274/amd-ryzen-9-7950x-fmax-frequency-set-at-5-85-ghz

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/amds-ryzen-9-7950x-zen-4-cpu-reportedly-peaks-at-585-ghz

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/amd-ryzen-9-7950x-fmax-frequency-clocks-in-at-5-85-ghz.html

https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-ryzen-9-7950x-zen4-cpu-f-max-frequency-reportedly-goes-up-to-5-85-ghz

 

There's a few other rumors that need confirming too, for instance pricing ~

 

AMD Ryzen 7000 Zen4 CPUs Prices Remain Unchanged From Ryzen 5000 Zen 3 Lineup:

 

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  • Ryzen 9 7950X - $799 US
  • Ryzen 9 7900X - $549 US
  • Ryzen 7 7700X - $449 US
  • Ryzen 5 7600X - $299 US

The flagship 16-core Ryzen 9 7950X CPU is said to cost 799 USD, the same price as Ryzen 9 5950X at launch. In fact, even the 12-core Ryzen 9 7900X should cost 549 USD, which is again the same MSRP as 5900X with Zen3 architecture. Both SKUs are to boost beyond 5.6 GHz.

 

The 8-core Zen4 CPU called Ryzen 7 7700X will cost 449 USD, same MSRP as 5800X and 5800X3D at launch. There is no 7800X SKU for now, but it may appear later with 3D V-Cache. Finally, the 6-core Ryzen 5 7600X would cost 299 USD, which was the initial MSRP for 6-core Ryzen 5 5600X and later 8-core Ryzen 7 5700X.

 

Overall, the rumored pricing of Ryzen 7000 is very consistent and similar to Ryzen 5000 lineup.

 

https://www.guru3d.com/news-story/amd-ryzen-7000-zen4-cpus-prices-remain-unchanged-from-ryzen-5000-zen-3-lineup.html

https://videocardz.com/newz/amd-ryzen-7000-pricing-leaks-ahead-of-launch-ryzen-9-7950x-reportedly-for-799-usd

https://www.techpowerup.com/298284/possible-amd-ryzen-7000-series-launch-sep-prices-leaked

 

And finally performance ~

 

Ryzen 9 7950X CPU-Z Bench MultiThreaded Score Puts it 8% Behind i9-13900K, but 33% Ahead of i9-12900K:
 

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OneRaichu provided a screenshot of a supposed AMD Ryzen 9 7950X "Zen 4" processor. This time there's no blur-out, with the score at 15645 points. When compared to the alleged CPU-Z Bench scores of the Core i9-13900K "Raptor Lake" from last week, the Intel 8P+16E hybrid processor ends up 7.9% faster than this score. The Ryzen 9 7950X outperforms the Core i7-13700K (8P+8E) by 23.45% and the Core i9-12900K by 34%. 7950X outperforms Ryzen 9 5950X "Zen 3" by 32% and Core i7-12700K (8P+4E) by 58%.

 

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/298295/latest-ryzen-9-7950x-cpu-z-bench-multithreaded-score-puts-it-8-behind-i9-13900k-33-ahead-of-i9-12900k

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Only reason why I'm posting this now is because the Livestream Event starts in 2 hours and to the people who won't be able to watch might want some decent info ahead of time. This is all rumor though, we should get actual confirmation on some of this info during the event; like clock speeds and pricing. Performance numbers will probably be in Cinebench or Blender, etc. though.

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It just started! Here we go!

AMD plans to detail more about Zen 2 and RDNA 3 in this keynote, as well as XDNA, the architecture for their "adaptive SoC". Neat.

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AMD launches next-gen Ryzen 7000 AM5 CPUs

 

AMD's goals for the AM5 platform are class-leading performance, efficiency, scalability, and platform longevity.

 

Ryzen 7000 is built on a 5nm process, and based on the Zen 4 core. AMD apparently exceeded their design goals for Zen 4, delivering a 13% increase in IPC over Zen 3 instead of 8-10%. Frequency has gone up to a whopping 5.7 GHz maximum turbo frequency, resulting in an approximately 29% increase in single-threaded performance compared to Zen 3.

 

The 7950X, the flagship process, features 16 Zen 4 cores, a 5.7 GHz boost frequency, and a 170W power envelope. AMD calls it the fastest CPU in the world, outpacing the 12900K in many gaming and productivity applications. Furthermore, the 7950X's performance-per-watt is 47% higher than the 12900K in an example benchmark, which makes Zen 4 an exciting proposition for laptops versus the hot-running Alder Lake.

 

Also announced today have been the 7600X, 7700X, and 7900X, featuring 6, 8, and 12 cores respectively.

 

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcH_7xsYtUk

 

This is extremely exciting news! Zen 4 looks very promising so far.

 

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3 minutes ago, Schnoz said:

This is extremely exciting news! Zen 4 looks very promising so far.

Yup. I think the performance numbers are a bit "artificially inflated" because they also raised the power limit. But still some nice improvements.

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More details on the Zen 4 microarchitecture:

 

According to AMD, Zen 4 continues AMD's trend of delivering high-performance, high-efficiency architectures on schedule.

 

  • New frontend design to feed execution pipelines
  • 13% overall IPC uplift, with a 235% IPC gain over Zen 1
  • Official AVX-512 support, giving Zen 4 an advantage over Intel's current 12900K
  • TSMC's 5nm process

 

Zen 4 is an enhanced derivative of Zen 3. For instance, Zen 3 increased the execution width, so Zen 4's IPC gains mainly come from the frontend (load/store, L2, micro-op cache, etc.) to keep the execution units fed.

 

Zen 4 features native support for AVX-512, implemented using a double-pumped 256-bit width (2x256 = 512), resulting in a 30% increase in FP32 workloads and a 150% improvement in INT8 workloads.This will be useful for next-generation compute workloads like image processing and NLP.

 

Working with TSMC, AMD was able to use a specialized "N5 HPC" process to enable much higher frequencies and reduce die area by over 18%.

 

Versus the R9 5950X, the 7950X can match its performance at 62% less power, or exceed the 5950's multithreaded performance by 40% at full tilt. Zen 4's efficiently is especially apparent at 65W, which is right at the threshold between high-power laptops and lower-power desktops.

 

AMD also plans on releasing Zen 4 CPUs with 3D V-cache, as well as Zen 4c, which is optimized for efficiency and lower die sizes. Zen 5 is expected sometime in 2023 or 2024.

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Some slides so far:

 

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performance per watt and increase of GHz frequency, best part.

else it doesn't seem so great vs intel, 5% - 30-60% increase in some cases. gaming it might be lacking when intel brings 13900.

But I do wonder about everything else, AMD integrated graphics and the talk about AI to use in workloads to raytracing to the GPU.

 

if there was the whole 3D v-cache thing too, or something that is already being used.

 

also PCIe 5

AMD EXPO for DDR5 RAM automatic overclock option.

support for the platform 2025 and maybe longer.

 

releasing CPUs on september 27

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More details on the AM5 platform!

 

With AM4, AMD promised a stable platform which promised outstanding longevity and an excellent long-term proposition to consumers. And they've delivered, with five different CPU architectures for AM4, all the way from Bulldozer to Zen 3. AMD plans to continue that trend with AM5.

 

AMD has announced four chipsets: X670 Extreme, X670, B650 Extreme, and B650. X670E and B650E offer PCIe 5.0 for both GPU and storage versus their non-E counterparts.

 

AMD plans to design a future-proof platform, explaining their choice for going exclusively with DDR5. 

 

EXPO technology (Extended Profiles for Overclocking) is AMD's new standard for overclocking memory as a competitor to Intel's XMP. AMD plans to push frequencies to 6400 MHz at launch (despite it being rumored that 6000 MHz is the sweet spot for Zen 4, though perhaps this is accounting for Infinity Fabric overclocking).

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$699 big boi. I am going to cry.

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The 7950X will cost USD $700; the 7900X will cost $549, the 7700X will cost $400, and the 7600X will cost $300. They will be available on September 27.

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I wasn't expecting it to be, but upgrading to Zen 4 won't be cheap. The cheapest CPU is priced at $299 and the cheapest motherboard at $125. So you end up paying more than the price of a 5800X 3D, and that's without factoring in the price of the DDR5 RAM. I'd be curious to see how this generation stacks up against the previous one.

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