New AMD Ryzen CPUs and Price Leak Before AMD CES Conference

 New AMD Ryzen CPUs and Price Leak Before AMD CES Conference

The CES Conference is an exclusive consumer electronics event, and the upcoming event will take place from January 5 to January 8, 2023. Top chip manufacturers such as NVIDIA and AMD have announced their presence at this event, and there are rumors that indicate Intel will be on the guest list as well. As it turns out, the information for the newest CPU of AMD Ryzen has already been leaked, and we have all the information.

AMD Ryzen Newest CPU Has Been Leaked Before CES 2023

The CES, or Consumer Electronics Show, is a global stage for tech companies to showcase their new products to the world. Lisa Su, the CEO of AMD will be appearing in person at the event to announce their lineup which includes more Ryzen chips for the non-X desktop series for the Ryzen 7000 series. These were previously rumored to be more economical compared to the existing Ryzen 7000 lineup, but now we can find out if that really holds true.

As revealed by, the new  products have been priced as follows:

Ryzen 9 7900

  • 12-Core 
  • 24-Thread
  • Up to 5.4 GHz
  • 76MB Cache
  • 65W TDP
  • $429 USD

Ryzen 7 7700

  • 8-Core 
  • 16-Thread
  • Up to 5.3 GHz
  • 40MB Cache
  • 65W TDP
  • $329 USD

Ryzen 5 7600

  • 6-Core 
  • 12-Thread
  • Up to 5.1 GHz
  • 38MB Cache
  • 65W TDP
  • $229 USD

The new product line will be available from 10th January.

Additionally, AMD will introduce the Ryzen 7000 series for laptops. This contains the new DDR5 compatible chips finally in mobile devices. It will also have the optimized 5nm architecture which is aimed towards improving efficiency and reducing power consumption. RDNA3 mobile graphics are rumored to be revealed at the event as well. 

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