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When are the next cpu releases ?

So I have decided as balanced as my pc is 8700k 5ghz and 2080ti my gpu will last me a few years longer for sure but I have struggled in a few games cpu wise, Spider-Man for example iv been under 60 fps a lot and a fair few other games my gpu is under 99 percent usage at 1440p 

 

Are new cpus close to release ?

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There are only rumors, but they say Q4 2022 for 13th gen.

 

Ryzen 7000 is going to be Q3 2022.

 

 

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Ryzen hitting the shelves next month by all accounts official launch is 29th August

 

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yep launch 29th on the shelf the following week 

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1 hour ago, Sormicoft said:

yep launch 29th on the shelf the following week 

 

1 hour ago, GuiltySpark_ said:

Announcement is August 29th, release sometime after. 

 

1 hour ago, Sormicoft said:

Ryzen hitting the shelves next month by all accounts official launch is 29th August

 

 

2 hours ago, Lord Szechenyi said:

There are only rumors, but they say Q4 2022 for 13th gen.

 

Ryzen 7000 is going to be Q3 2022.

 

 

Cheers guys, I can only afford to do board and chip or gpu, is cpu first the better option ? 

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58 minutes ago, Ebony Falcon said:

 

 

 

Cheers guys, I can only afford to do board and chip or gpu, is cpu first the better option ? 

Depends on what you need your CPU to do (overclock for example).

 

If you just need the regular cpu performance and nothing else, get a good cpu and a normal motherboard.

 

I always stuck with the cheapest Intel chipsets

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3 minutes ago, Lord Szechenyi said:

Depends on what you need your CPU to do (overclock for example).

 

If you just need the regular cpu performance and nothing else, get a good cpu and a normal motherboard.

 

I always stuck with the cheapest Intel chipsets

I do like to tinker with a overclock 

currently I got a ASU’s hero maximus board and it’s been solid for overclocking 

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