Possible Ryzen 7000-series CPU Specifications and Pricing Leak; Ryzen 9 7950X to Reach 5.7 GHz

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    I find those prices very hard to believe, too low for 7600x 7700x
     
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  3. Matt26LFC

    Matt26LFC Ancient Guru

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    I think the price difference between 7950X 7900X is dumb, who wouldn't spend an extea $100 and just get the 7950X over the 7900X!

    Same can be said of the 7700X and 7600X

    I call BS here haha
     
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    "Possible Ryzen 7000-series CPU Specifications and Pricing Leak"
    I'd take this with at least 1kg of salt.

    PS: Just noticed, 5600X is 65W TDP wile 7600X is 105W TDP!!! :eek: Also, 5.7 GHz!
     

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    Kool64 Maha Guru

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    I hate to say it but none of these are worth getting without 3D Vcache.
     
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    If you're saying that you might as well go all-out if you're already going to spend the better part of a grand for just a CPU, I agree. But per-core, it's just a $6.25 difference per-core when going from the 7900X to 7950X. A ~5% savings isn't all that significant. Since having more cores doesn't necessarily mean more performance, might as well save $100 and have a cooler/quieter PC on the 7900X.

    The 7600X would really only appeal to those on a budget, and as such, $100 is the difference to not bothering to upgrade. Seems to me the 7600X and 7700X are really meant to be competitive with the 5000 series and Intel.
     
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    umm...this is the same as the 5950x -5900x/ 5800x/5700x

    no need to call B.S. as this is most likely true.
    also, we are gadget fiends. a lot of people build to spec or have to massage the system price to include GPU's
     
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    tunejunky Ancient Guru

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    one is directly related to the other
     
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    "The 7600X would really only appeal to those on a budget, and as such, $100 is the difference to not bothering to upgrade. Seems to me the 7600X and 7700X are really meant to be competitive with the 5000 series and Intel. "
    Schmidtty


    exactly
     
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    i believe it's true (still no proof yet)
    imho, this is one of the major benefits of going to a chiplet based uArch as you get economies of scale a quantum level higher than than a monolithic design.
    the cost is lower and the yield is higher (and they're not pioneering this node)

    at this point the i/o slash control chiplets are more expensive than the compute chiplets.
     

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    if these values are real then we can assume that the 7950x is better, and the rest of the processors will fall behind Intel?
     
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    I didn't think of this. If real then it's a plausible explanation.

    Otherwise to go from $300 (5600x) to $200 whne chips are getting more expensive, not AMD style lol.
    If they can manage that and it's also shop price then ya , hat off.
     
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    does not follow

    we can always assume the top model is "better". however, we can also assume the other AMD models will vastly outperform Intel on efficiency and multi-threaded performance.

    this generation may reclaim the single thread crown as well as Intel's RL is a placeholder for ML (which is the true AMD contender as it will not be monolithic).

    Raptor Lake is in almost every way better than Alder Lake (same problem with DIMM's) but there can be no real comparison with AMD until RL is out in the real world

    price-wise AMD is in the driver's seat with a lower cost of production, higher yield, and finally full access to all sales channels (outside of Russia lol)
     
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    3800X to 7950X will be significant. Mouse pointer will be hovering over the ORDER button.
     
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    The way I see it is, for about 14-15% more money you can get 33%ish more cores, for me that means may aswell buy the 7950X over the 7900X

    No its not. In the UK 5950X was £750 at launch whereas the 5900X was about £529.99 that's a much larger price difference.

    5700X didn't exist as an option at launch it came about 6 months later.

    The price difference between 5800X and 5900X was £100, guess which I bought. 50% more cores over the 5800X and only 25% more expensive, was an easy choice.
     
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    I hope so much to finally be able to move to Ryzen. I actually didn't think it would have taken this long. I just want an 8 core 6ghz is all with no latency issues 200+ watt is fine. OC to 6.5ghz
     
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    It would be interesting if they make a 7950X3D in the future.
     
  18. cucaulay malkin

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    7600x at 200 would be sweeet
     
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    So the race to 5.5+ghz or even so 6.0ghz has begun... Prepare your furnace.
     
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    so whats new here ? instruction set, l3 cache ? pcie replacement ? new ram tech ? anything we need ? oh right anonter pcie 123456, another ddr 123456, another socket 12345, i think the only new tech is vcache what is mostly needed in gaming, so i will get a 5800 and sit back and enjoy the show. is pcie 5 backwards compatible ? are pcie 5 graphic cards backwards compatible with 4 ? if not, that will be fun ^^
     

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