AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors have been spotted online and product listings appear at a retailer in Canada. A regular hardware leaker on Twitter, @momomo_us, has flagged which CPU e’s are available at retailer PC Canada.
The initial Zen 4 processors seen at retailers seem to match up with rumor mill chatter, which predicts that the Ryzen 9 7950X and 7900X, plus the 7700X and 7600X will First to market. These are the models that are available for pre-order right now at PC Canada, however, we still need to take this with a grain of salt (retailers may just be making it up based on current speculation to get a little hype for everyone we know). If you remember its current generation CPUs, AMD first released the same model with one key difference – we got the 5800X instead of the 5700X ( That didn’t arrive until much later). For consumers looking for a more affordable 8-core processor, the immediate availability of the 7700X would be a good thing. Seeing these Ryzen 7000 chips appearing now is a good indication in theory that the rumored next-gen processor will be on September 15th The date listed is looking for a target. We typically expect early-stage instances of these types of retailers to occur within a month of launch. (Note that we should see a reveal event before then, in fact, the grapevine says Zen 4 will be unveiled on August 29, which is only a few weeks away). Analysis: What about these prices? There’s a Ryzen 7000 model that’s supposedly coming to us, the other things to discuss here are of course they ‘s pricing. As with such leaks, pricing can go wrong, and these are likely to be placeholder price tags — in other words, just guesswork. After all, AMD may not have a final price point at this stage.
Also, these are CPUs sold without a cooler (not boxed, intended for use by PC makers), and more importantly, since Wccftech originally Prices have changed since the leak was discovered (in a new tab Open in)
. All of this is to say we’re just ignoring most of the prices given here. If we compare the price tags (at the time of writing) of the Ryzen 5000 models, comparing the most expensive 7950X and the most affordable 7600X, then the difference between flagship and midrange The pricing ratio is actually pretty much what you’d expect compared to the current product. In other words, the Ryzen 7000 appears to remain priced the same as the Ryzen 5000 across the range, so theoretically it won’t change much.
This seems to go against recent rumors that the 7950X and 7900X will be more expensive than their Ryzen 5000 counterparts, but honestly, we wouldn’t really say that There is so much to know. Note that speculation that Zen 4’s higher-end CPUs will cost more is just a rumor, and should be treated with great skepticism as well.