AMD has introduced the Ryzen 7000 Series desktop processors that the company said will deliver up to 15 per cent faster gaming performance than the competition.
Fueled by the company’s new Zen 4 CPU microarchitecture, Ryzen 7000 with up to 16 cores and 32 threads ushers in the next era of high performance for gamers, enthusiasts, and content creators, the company said.
“The AMD Ryzen 7000 Series brings leadership gaming performance, extraordinary power for content creation and advanced scalability with the new AMD Socket AM5,” Saeid Moshkelani, AMD’s senior vice president and general manager said.
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Systems integrators in the United States say the new CPU is on par with Intel’s Alder Lake, the 12th generation of Intel Core processors.
AMD said Ryzen 7000 is the first high-performance x86 5 nm CPU, one that brings the speed of Zen 4 architecture, advancing gaming and content creation performance leadership to new levels.