The highest end of processors Ryzen 7000 could “lose” $100 compared to its Ryzen 5000 counterpart.
After the first information about the launch date of AMD’s Ryzen 7000 series, we were therefore treated to the complete specifications of the processors. All that was missing was an indication of the prices practiced by AMD for the loop to be closed.
Lower prices overall
It is therefore done since yesterday with this information – which however requires to be officially confirmed – published by WCCFTech. Our colleagues logically only have an idea of the prices and not the exact prices that AMD will charge.
Moreover, nothing but very classic, the indications are given only in dollars: it will be necessary to wait until the official announcement of AMD to hope to have precisions in euros… and still. Still, the four CPU models have been “labeled”.
- Ryzen 9 7950X: around $700
- Ryzen 9 7900X: around $600
- Ryzen 7 7700X: around $300
- Ryzen 5 7600X: around $200
If these prices are confirmed, we can clearly speak of a good surprise. Remember that when they were released, the Ryzen 5000 series were generally a little more expensive.
The two extremes – 7950X and 7600X – lose $100 compared to their predecessors when the 7900X gains only $50 compared to the 5900X. The case of the 7700X is a little different: when the 5000 was launched, AMD favored the release of the 5800X, which was at 449 dollars.
Source : WCCFTech