AMD Ryzen 7000 series box design leaks and pricing expectations leak

Expect price increases for AMD's premium Ryzen SKUs

AMD Ryzen box design leaks and pricing expectations leak

AMD's high-end Ryzen processors are expected to launch with higher prices than before

AMD's Ryzen 7000 series is on the horizon, and thanks to Videocardz we can now have a look at what appears to be the retail packaging for AMD's Ryzen 9 7000 series processors. These CPUs will be AMD's highest-end Ryzen desktop processors, which should feature up to 16 cores and 32 threads.

Videocardz has claimed that this Ryzen 9 7000 box design was leaked through an internal AMD presentation, stating that AMD's Ryzen 7 and Ryzen 5 7000 series processors may feature different box designs. Videocardz has also stated that their source for AMD's Ryzen 7000 series packaging has also revealed a pricing overview for AMD's Ryzen 7000 series, suggesting that AMD will be pushing up their prices for premium Ryzen 7000 series processors.

AMD's Ryzen 7 7700X is the budget king!

Based on AMD's latest rumours, AMD's Ryzen 7 7700X will have an MSRP that is equal to AMD's Ryzen 7 5700X. Assuming that both CPU models offer users eight cores and sixteen threads, AMD's Ryzen 7700X should offer buyers a large performance leap with a very reasonable price.

Higher core clock speeds, DDR5 support and Zen 4 architectural enhancements should all help AMD's Ryzen 7 7700X to surpass its predecessor, with recent reports suggesting that this model will feature a base clock speed of 4.5 GHz and a boost clock speed of 5.4 GHz (more information here). 

AMD Ryzen box design leaks and pricing expectations leak

Higher pricing for premium SKUs

AMD's Ryzen 7 7800X, and AMD's Ryzen 9 7000 series processors are all allegedly going to have higher MSRP prices than their Ryzen 5000 based predecessors. At this time, the reason behind these price increases are unknown, though we expect AMD's high core count Ryzen 7000 series processors to see the largest generational leaps in performance with Zen 4 and 5nm. 

AMD is expected to reveal their Ryzen 7000 series processors later this month and make them available to consumers sometime next month. That means that we can expect to hear more about AMD's Ryzen 7000 series soon. 

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11-08-2022, 16:00:10

Gothmoth
i am really curious to see what will happen to the PC market in the next 6-12 month.


while i like what AMD has done with zen4 and intel seems to have good products too... most people i know are satisfied with their systems and don´t want to upgrade.


most tell me they plan to buy a RTX 3080 or 4070 in the next 6 month.
but i don´t hear many of my friends/colleague say they plan to buy into AM5 or a new intel mainboard.




i sure will not update my AM4 systems with the first wave of AM5 mainboards.
maybe around may, june of 2023 when they have revisions out.Quote

12-08-2022, 05:16:33

Peace
Well my 4770K is getting outdated, so here I am, one of the people who definitely will upgrade sooner or later into either AM5 or Intel's newest equivalent at the time.


My 1070 will be upgraded to a 3070 or a 4070 should the performance and price be right.Quote

12-08-2022, 14:30:32

Dawelio
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Originally Posted by Peace Ð View Post
My 1070 will be upgraded to a 3070 or a 4070 should the performance and price be right.
And if you might even be able to grab one that is …Quote

13-08-2022, 16:00:32

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Gothmoth View Post
i am really curious to see what will happen to the PC market in the next 6-12 month.


while i like what AMD has done with zen4 and intel seems to have good products too... most people i know are satisfied with their systems and don´t want to upgrade.


most tell me they plan to buy a RTX 3080 or 4070 in the next 6 month.
but i don´t hear many of my friends/colleague say they plan to buy into AM5 or a new intel mainboard.




i sure will not update my AM4 systems with the first wave of AM5 mainboards.
maybe around may, june of 2023 when they have revisions out.
There are a lot of people still on older platforms or hardware. I still have a 1600X. I didn't see the point in upgrading to Zen 3 because I couldn't buy a GPU.Quote
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