As we rapidly approach the arrival of the new AMD video cards on the market, almost a month after the presentation of the Radeon 7900, even the Zen4 processors continue to attract attention.
In fact, there has been talk for some time about the ever closer arrival on the market of the “non-X” variants of the Ryzen 7000 and, perhaps, we have the opportunity to know something more about some of the most interesting models of the lot.
We are talking about the Ryzen 7900 and 7700, recently spotted on a French store aboard pre-assembled Lenovo. This novelty allows us not only to find out what their economic location will be but also some details on their specifications, although all still in an unofficial way.
To begin with, this announcement somehow confirms their arrival and this is already a novelty. In addition, we are given the opportunity to learn more about the technical sheet, including the Core Count. The Ryzen 7700, for example, should have 8 Cores and 16 Threads, while for the 7900 we are talking about 12 Cores and 24 Threads. For both processors, curiously, we are talking about 3.6 GHz of base clock: a substantial reduction compared to the X variants. The TDP for the whole range should be 65W, but this is based on previous rumors.
As for prices, the French retailer referred to has entered them into the system at a price respectively of 602.14 euros and 1,137.51 euros; price point which, of course, refers to the price of the entire machine.
Not much else is known about this expansion of the range, but the presence of Ryzen 7000 with 3D V-Cache at CES 2023 is almost certain. As always, we’ll see.