AMD confirmed to release the Ryzen 7000 series this quarter
AMD has previously introduced the Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors at Computex 2022. The new generation of Zen 4 architecture products code-named Raphael will use a new AM5 socket (LGA 1718), integrate RDNA 2 architecture GPU, and support PCIe 5.0 and dual-channel DDR5 memory. According to AMD, the official listing will wait until “this fall.”
At the second quarter earnings conference this year, AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su confirmed that the Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors will be released in the third quarter. This means that AMD has further determined the time, from the September to November range that has been speculated in the past, it can almost be narrowed to September. There are new rumors that AMD may choose to hold the event on September 15.
It is understood that AMD will announce more details on the X670E motherboard design with its partners this week. AMD will host a Meet The Expert event for enthusiasts and professionals alike, where key motherboard partners will introduce the latest 600-series motherboards.