From time to time, HP will expose chips that the manufacturer has not yet launched in its upcoming product introductions. Twitter user @momomo_us found that the 24-inch and 27-inch all-in-one desktop PCs that HP is preparing to release will be equipped with AMD Ryzen 7000 series
According to rumors, AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series should be based on Zen 4 architecture CPUs and RDNA 2 architecture GPUs, and will not be released so quickly. It will not appear until the third quarter of 2022. Before that, there will be Ryzen 6000 series APUs code-named Rembrandt, based on Zen 3+ architecture and TSMC 6nm process, and Zen 3 architecture desktop processors using 3D vertical cache (3D V-Cache) technology.
On 24-inch and 27-inch all-in-one desktop PCs, HP will also provide Intel’s 12th-generation Core series processors code-named Alder Lake
. It may be a desktop version with a TDP of 35W/65W, or a mobile version Alder Lake-P/Alder Lake-M). These Intel processors are expected to be available early next year. There is not much doubt about this, and the timing is also consistent.
It’s not clear whether it’s the wrong filling of HP information, or AMD’s changes in the product timetable or naming (for example, the APU codenamed Rembrandt also belongs to the Ryzen 7000 series). The appearance of the Ryzen 7000 series in the products of large OEM manufacturers like Hewlett-Packard will cause many speculations. According to the information circulating in the past, from the point of view of time, there should be a time difference of more than half a year between the Ryzen 7000 series and Intel’s 12th generation Core series. In either case, this is the first time an AMD partner has listed the Ryzen 7000 series.