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AMD Details Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 and AM5 – Launch September 27th

AMD has today given more details on its upcoming Ryzen 7000 Series - Zen 4 - processors and the AM5 platform. Launching 27th September, the Ryzen 9 7950X flagship is touted as having a 29% faster core for gamers versus Ryzen 5000 Series whilst also enhancing power efficiency thanks to the application of TSMC's 5nm process node. Four chips launch on September 27th alongside DDR5- and PCIe 5.0-capable X-Series motherboards, with B-Series boards to follow-up in October.

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Asus showcases new AM5 motherboards at Gamescom

At Gamescom this week, we swung by Asus's massive ROG booth to get the low-down on upcoming hardware. AMD is currently gearing up to launch its Ryzen 7000 series processors soon, and motherboard makers are beginning to show off what they'll have available at launch. At the event, we got to see the first full set of Asus motherboards for AMD's next-gen CPUs. 

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AMD announces Ryzen 7000 livestream reveal

It is now official – AMD will properly unveil its next generation Ryzen processors later this month. Today, the company announced a livestream for the occasion, which will include new details on Zen 4 and the AM5 platform.  In recent weeks, rumours have been pointing to a late August announcement …

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AMD may reveal more on Ryzen 7000 CPUs at an event next week

As the company confirmed over the summer, AMD is currently preparing for the rollout of Ryzen 7000 series desktop processors and new Socket AM5 motherboards. It has been a while since the last official update, but AMD won't keep us waiting much longer, as an upcoming AMD event should bring …

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X670 chipset might be outsourced, arriving in late 2020

The next-generation X670 chipset from AMD will be produced by a third-party, according to insider sources. These same sources also revealed that X670 would release in late 2020, alongside the 7nm+ Ryzen 4000 CPUs. The current X570 platform is manufactured in-house, by AMD, unlike the previous 300-series and 400-series motherboards. …

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