AMD is sure Ryzen 7000 isn't gonna be short

AMD is sure Ryzen 7000 isn't gonna be short

With the announcement of the Ryzen 7000 desktop processors, AMD's CEO, Lisa Soo assured that they weren't expected to be short on the start of the sale.

Commenting on the issue of the availability of Ryzen 7,000 for sale, Lisa Soo said: ".

Ryzen 7000 is scheduled to be sold on September 27, and AMD has a month in reserve to fill the supply lines. This time, as Lisa Soo said, will be spent getting the new ones on the store counters around the world and exactly on time.

The Ryzen 7000 desktop PC processors are based on the Zen 4 architecture and, based on the growth of the IPC and tactical frequencies, offer a 29% increase in productivity compared to the previous ones. They provide support for PCIe 5.0 and DDR5 memory. The model series includes four models with a number of kernels ranging from $6 to $16 and a price of $300 to $700.