In addition to the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, which AMD claims are the world's fastest gaming processor, AMD has refreshed its desktop processor lineup with six other models that span a wide price range and help the company compete with the largest part of the 12th generation "Alder Lake" line of Core processors. The new range includes the Ryzen 7 5700X (not to be confused with the Ryzen 7 5700G). The 5700X is based on the same "Vermeer" multi-chip module (MCM) as the Ryzen 7 5800X, unlike the 5700G, which is a desktop APU based on the monolithic "Cezanne" silicon. Both "Vermeer" and "Cezanne" are based on the "Zen 3" microarchitecture.
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The Ryzen 7 5700X is an 8-core, 16-thread processor clocked at 3.40 GHz base and 4.60 GHz boost, up from 3.80 GHz base and 4.80 GHz boost. 5800X. Another key difference is its 65W TDP, compared to the 5800X's 105W, which could differentiate its boost behavior and overclocking headroom compared to the 5800X. AMD prices the 5700X at $299 (MSRP), making it a competitor to the Intel Core i5-12600KF. Interestingly, the 5700X's PIB (boxed processor) package doesn't include a stock cooler despite its 65W TDP. A 95W Wraith Spire wouldn't have hurt.
Next, we have the Ryzen 5 5600 6-core 12-thread processor. This chip is the spiritual successor to the popular Ryzen 5 3600, even though AMD gives that title to the 5600G APU. The 5600 is based on the same "Vermeer" MCM as the 5600X, and clocks down. It runs at 3.50 GHz, with a 4.40 GHz boost, versus 3.70/4.60 GHz on the 5600X. The TDP is the same as the 5600X, at 65W, and thankfully a Wraith Stealth cooler is included. AMD has priced the Ryzen 5 5600 at $199 (retail price), which pits it against the Core i5-12500.
The Ryzen 5 5500 is a very interesting piece. This 6-core, 12-thread processor is based on the same monolithic "Cezanne" silicon as the Ryzen 5 5600G, but with the iGPU disabled. The "Cezanne" silicon physically has 16 MB of L3 cache that is shared between all CPU cores. The processor runs at a 3.60 GHz base, with a 4.20 GHz boost. AMD's price is $159, and its main competitor seems to be the Core i5-12400F.
Lastly, AMD has launched a trio of Ryzen 4000 desktop processors for the first time in the retail channel. They are based on the 7nm "Renoir" monolithic silicon and feature "Zen 2" CPU cores. The range starts with the Ryzen 3 4100, a 4-core, 8-thread chip at $99, and goes all the way up to the Ryzen 5 4500, a 6-core, 12-thread chip at $129. The highlight is the Ryzen 5 4600G, a full APU (including iGPU), with a 6-core, 12-thread configuration, at $154. Since the IPC of the "Zen 2" cores is much lower than that of the "Golden Cove" cores in the Core i3 "Alder Lake" series, it's hard to tell which chips these processors are competing with, perhaps leftovers from the Core i3 and Core i5 10th generation "Comet Lake" inventory.
If these dates hold, reviews of the A770 should be published in less than two weeks. We don't see the point of the box embargo because the card and its box have already been shown several times by influencers and by Intel itself.
Intel's GPU team on social media is stating that new information on Arc GPUs will be provided very soon, likely confirming the Arc update at Intel Innovation on September 27. Recently, the company asked all "Xe-HPG Scavenger Hunts" who won Arc GPUs to update their shipping information, although the shipping date was not confirmed.
If you've been itching to learn more about the upcoming Z790-based motherboards for Intel's upcoming 13th Gen Core processors, we've got good news for you. VideoCardz has sourced a treasure trove of board images from ASUS, ASRock, and MSI for those interested in taking a look at what Intel's partners have to offer next month. There are no big surprises in terms of the leaked board models, but there are one or two things worth noting.
The ASUS leak is limited to four boards, two Prime models, a TUF board, and the ROG Maximus Z790 Hero, which is probably not the high-end board. ASUS seems to have held back a bit with the Hero board compared to its AM5 equivalent, but it's a bit hard to tell from the picture. ASRock maintains its limited edition Carrara look for its Z790 Taichi board and will also have a Mini-ITX board with Thunderbolt 4 support. MSI will also offer a Mini-ITX board, with a black PCB and white heatsinks, and an I/O shield. white butt. No further specifications have been provided, apart from what can be seen in the images. There are additional images after the break.