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New AMD Ryzen desktop processors reportedly coming in July

A recent report originating from Chiphell claims that AMD is working on four distinct desktop Zen 5 CPU models with different core configurations. Moreover, the same report also refers to the release date of these four CPUs, pointing to a launch in July.

According to wjm47196 (via VideoCardz), the initial line-up will feature Zen 5 architecture (no differentiation between standard and dense cores). The leak suggests AMD will release 16-core, 12-core, 8-core, and 6-core models, aligning with what we currently have from the Ryzen 7000 series.

It's rumoured that AMD is gearing up to unveil this new CPU line-up at Computex next week, with a planned launch by the end of July for desktop variants and August for mobile versions. Additionally, industry sources hint at the possibility of AMD introducing the Ryzen 9000 series, bypassing the Ryzen 8000 series and transitioning to next-generation AM5 CPUs. Moreover, rumours indicate that AMD might skip the 700-series chipsets and jump directly to the 800 series.

Although the leak does not explicitly mention any 3D V-Cache SKUs, the accelerated release of the Ryzen 9000 series suggests that the X3D models could arrive sooner than anticipated, possibly following Intel's debut of its Core Ultra 200 processors (Arrow Lake-S). That's assuming AMD will keep its release cadence of a six-month gap between the original Ryzen 7000 series and their updated X3D counterparts.

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