AMD's Ryzen 7000 CPU Prices Leak - Have a look

Is this how much Zen 4 will cost?

AMD's Ryzen 7000 CPU Prices Leak - Have a look

AMD appears to be keeping their Zen 3 launch prices with their Zen 4 product launch

Thanks to WccfTech the launch day prices for AMD's Ryzen 7000 series Zen 4 processors have leaked, and the good news for PC builders is that AMD appears to be launching their next-generation Zen 4 CPUs with the same MSRP prices as their current-generation Zen 3 counterparts. 

On the high-end, AMD's Ryzen 9 7950X is expected to launch with a $799 USD MSRP, which is the same as the launch pricing for their Ryzen 9 5950X. The same applies to AMD's Ryzen 9 7900X, which is reportedly launching for $549, which is the same as the Ryzen 9 5900X's launch day MSRP. 

Things change a little with the Ryzen 7 7700X, which is said to launch with an MSRP of $449, which is the same as the launch day pricing of AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X. It sounds like AMD is not launching a Ryzen 7 7800X this year, making the Ryzen 7 5800X's current-gen counterpart. 

On the lower end, AMD's 6-core Ryzen 5 7600X is reportedly launching for $299, which is the same as the MSRP of AMD's 8-core Ryzen 7 5700X. 

AMD's Ryzen 7000 CPU Prices Leak - Have a look

What does Zen 4 offer PC users over Zen 3?

AMD's new Zen 4 architecture is the newest and most performant core design to date, using 5nm TSMC lithography and new core enhancements to deliver users more per-core performance than ever before. 

With Zen 4, AMD has already confirmed that their Zen 4 processors should clock a lot higher than their Zen 3 counterparts, delivering notable gains in single-threaded and multi-threaded processor performance. Add on new features like AVX-512, AMD's expanded L2 caches, and other architectural enhancements, and Zen 4 should deliver PC users a significant performance uplift over Zen 3 across a variety of CPU workloads.

Outside of AMD's Zen 4 CPU cores, Ryzen 7000 series processors will support PCIe 5.0 connectivity and DDR5 memory. This allows AMD's latest processors to take advantage of faster PCIe devices and utilise the fastest DRAM available. 

CPU ModelCores/ThreadsBase/Boost Clock (GHz)TDPL2 + L3 CacheMSRP (USD)
 Ryzen 7000 Series (Zen 4)Leaked MSRP
Ryzen 9 7950X16/324.5/5.7170W16 + 64 MB$799
Ryzen 9 7900X12/244.7/5.6170W12 + 64 MB$549
Ryzen 7 7700X8/164.5/5.4105W8 + 32 MB$449
Ryzen 5 7600X6/124.7/5.3105W6 + 32 MB$299
 Ryzen 5000 Series (Zen 3)Launch MSRP
Ryzen 9 5950X16/323.4/4.9105W8 + 64 MB$799
Ryzen 9 5900X12/243.7/4.8105W6 + 64 MB$549
Ryzen 7 5800X3D8/163.4/4.5105W4 + 96 MB$449
Ryzen 7 5800X8/163.8/4.7105W4 + 32 MB$449
Ryzen 7 5700X8/163.4/4.665W4 + 32 MB$299
Ryzen 5 5600X6/123.7/4.665W3 + 32 MB$299

If AMD's leaked Ryzen 7000 series CPU prices are correct, AMD will not be increasing their CPU prices with Zen 4. While AMD's Ryzen 5000 series CPUs are sold below their original MSRP prices today, the company's move to Zen 4 will simply be boosting CPU prices back to their original MSRPs. This isn't a price hike, it is AMD reverting to the norm.  

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29-08-2022, 21:54:03

AlienALX
It's OK I guess.

From what I read the non 3D models will have around 7-9% IPC uplift over 5000 series. So not that impressive..... Until you see the clocks. I'm hoping that now we are passing 5ghz it actually makes a noticeable difference. Should in gaming.Quote

30-08-2022, 05:36:16

Peace
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
It's OK I guess.

From what I read the non 3D models will have around 7-9% IPC uplift over 5000 series. So not that impressive..... Until you see the clocks. I'm hoping that now we are passing 5ghz it actually makes a noticeable difference. Should in gaming.
It most likely will, but only @1080p. Increasing the resolution makes the CPU less relevant from what I've learnt recently.Quote

30-08-2022, 09:33:42

KingNosser
I have the feeling the x3d versions people will wait for, so even the launch prices will fall.Quote

30-08-2022, 15:22:45

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by KingNosser View Post
I have the feeling the x3d versions people will wait for, so even the launch prices will fall.
Those will be the ones to have. For sure.

Like from what I am hearing the 7700X is about the same as a 5800X3D, only with higher clocks. So won't the real Ryzen stand up... Basically yeah, wait for the 3D models. This also explains to me why they called it the 7700x, because the 7800X will be 3D and much faster.

That explains to me why they launched these now. They *are* disappointing. The IPC uplift is absolutely tiny, and they are literally relying on the clocks.

The main problem as I see it now? DDR5. Even though it has dropped considerably in price it is still double the price of DDR4. And is it worth it here? no, not really.

I would imagine these chips will tumble in value once Intel show RL, and the real next gen Ryzens come out. These are a small shrink, and don't include their latest technology.

So that means don't pay RRP for one of these. Not yet. They absolutely will drop in price and become AMD's budget models once the big ones come out. And I don't mean big as in more cores ETC, I mean the really fast high end ones.Quote

31-08-2022, 09:45:12

KingNosser
Yea ddr5 is still pricey, but for people on older generations it makes more sense than buying into a older platform, not so sure RL will be much different but moving forward with ML AL then yes i can see some gains. Really depends on how AM5 grows but at least it has support until 2025. The x3d's if too close in price to the non is going to make prices fall i feel, but then they will anyway as Intel and AMD are closer to each other than in a while.

If I ever do upgrade this system it'll be at the end of AM5 and being honest atm idk how i'd do anything, putting the GF through college is my focus these days, it's resonable at least.

My system is fine for a while and stopped buying games just going to time out the humble as well each month pick things up on sale few i want but yea not paying for it, even thou i often use cdkeys etc.

I think it makes sense to go AM5 if your ready for an upgrade you know Intel will change socket much sooner so tbh it makes more sense imho.Quote
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