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AMD Ryzen 7000 processors will be launching in August to compete with Intel Raptor Lake CPUs


AMD is expected to unveil its next-generation Ryzen 7000 processors on August 5, which could cause problems for Intel.

According to TweakTown, AMD has announced an upcoming event called “Exclusive Look at Partner Products: A Showcase of The New AM5 Motherboards” that will highlight the introduction of its Ryzen 7000 Series processors and feature “high power performance across gaming, creating, and intensive computing tasks.”

It appears that the event will showcase forthcoming CPUs as well as motherboards from manufacturers including ASRock, Gigabyte, MSI, and Biostar. These will include the new AM5 socket, which can support DDR5 and PCIe 5.0, along with the new Ryzen 7000 processors.

The CPU market is still dominated by Intel, although AMD has gained popularity and market share with its most recent Ryzen processors. So, we’re interested in seeing what the Ryzen 7000 series processors have to offer. not just for the performance boosts it will give our PCs, but also to observe Intel’s reaction.

At around the same time, Intel will also introduce its Raptor Lake line of processors, pitting the two longtime competitors against one another. While AMD has gained a lot of momentum and has been eating away at Intel’s market share, Intel is still comfortably in first place.

The pressure is on for Intel’s Raptor Lake CPUs to truly astound us because it is clear that the company is aware of this. That appears to be the case based on the rumours we have heard thus far. It’s an exciting moment for those wishing to upgrade their PC or create a new one because this year has seen significant CPU releases from both AMD and Intel.

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