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AMD planuje ograniczyć produkcję procesorów Ryzen 7000. To reakcja na chłodne przyjęcie układów przez branżę [1]

AMD plans to limit production of Ryzen 7000 processors. This is a reaction to the cold reception of systems by the industry

We already know that at current prices, the new AMD Ryzen 7000 processors will not conquer the world. No one will deprive them of performance or modern design, but in the current market conditions, there are many reasonable options on the market. Moreover, the situation of the Reds may worsen after the launch of Intel Raptor Lake chips. So it should come as no surprise that the manufacturer intends to limit production of Rafael processors.

Apparently, AMD initially hoped that the new AM5 platform with support for DDR5 memory or PCIe 5.0 interface would appeal to all interested consumers. The thing is that they prefer to choose Intel solutions or the much older, cheaper and more attractive AM4 system.

AMD plans to limit production of Ryzen 7000 processors. This is a reaction to the cold reception of systems by the industry [1]

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Hassan Mojtaba, writing for WCCFTech, reports that he has come up with an internal AMD document that calls for a reduction in the supply of Ryzen 7000 processors. The reason is the poor adoption of the systems by the entire industry. It is interesting that the Reds would rather opt for such a solution than lower prices … The data also shows that it is the sale of the 12-core Ryzen 9 7900X model that pulls the whole series (its price is PLN 3299). It is worth noting that this model is intended for enthusiasts, that is, people who often use its performance for more advanced applications than games.

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X AMD Ryzen 9 7900X AMD Ryzen 7 7700X AMD Ryzen 5 7600X
general engineering Zen 4 (CPU)
RDNA 2 (iGPU)
Zen 4 (CPU)
RDNA 2 (iGPU)
Zen 4 (CPU)
RDNA 2 (iGPU)
Zen 4 (CPU)
RDNA 2 (iGPU)
lithography TSMC N5 (CCD)
TSMC N6 (I/O)
TSMC N5 (CCD)
TSMC N6 (I/O)
TSMC N5 (CCD)
TSMC N6 (I/O)
TSMC N5 (CCD)
TSMC N6 (I/O)
Cores/Threads 16 C / 32 T 12 c / 24 t 8C/16T 6 c / 12 t
base clock 4.5 GHz 4.7 GHz 4.5 GHz 4.7 GHz
Turbo watch 5.7 GHz 5.6 GHz 5.4 GHz 5.3 GHz
L2 . cache 16 MB 12 MB 8 MB 6 MB
L3 cache 64 MB 64 MB 32 MB 32 MB
L2 + L3 cache 80 MB 76 MB 40 MB 38 MB
memory control DDR5 5200MHz DDR5 5200MHz DDR5 5200MHz DDR5 5200MHz
IGPU Chip Radeon RDNA 2
2 CU, 400-2200MHz
Radeon RDNA 2
2 CU, 400-2200MHz
Radeon RDNA 2
2 CU, 400-2200MHz
Radeon RDNA 2
2 CU, 400-2200MHz
TDP / PPT 170/230 W 170/230 W 105/142 W 105/142 W
price 699 USD $549 $399 $299
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Apparently, AMD initially hoped that the new AM5 platform with support for DDR5 memory or PCIe 5.0 interface would appeal to all interested consumers. The thing is that they prefer to choose Intel solutions or the much older, cheaper and more attractive AM4 system. The manufacturer also didn’t help the fact that we haven’t yet seen B650 motherboards at the promised $125 price tag. So it’s no surprise that every major electronics store has loads of Ryzen 7000 chips and AM5 motherboards in stock. However, it is possible that in 2023, with increased demand, Reds will return to the initially planned production of the systems.

Source: WCCFTech