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The AMD Ryzen 7000 Non-X Family will be available from January



AMD Ryzen 7000

AMD intends to show off its future Ryzen 7000 (Non-X) processors at CES 2023. Videocardz was able to secure a few internal slides that were most likely for this occasion.

In any event, these slides validate a recent pricing leak and provide insight into the performance of these CPUs. Furthermore, AMD has announced that the Ryzen 7000 Non-X family will be available on January 10th, 2019.

Ryzen 7000

This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about these CPUs. Someone recently evaluated these yet-to-be-released devices in Geekbench; more about that here. In addition, Videocardz published a few additional slides about these CPUs, which corroborated the cost.

The Ryzen 7000 Non-X CPUs will be available for purchase on January 10th, 2023, according to the presentation. The reviews are scheduled to go up the day before.

The Ryzen 9 7900 has 12 cores and 24 threads, similar to its X-counterpart, and a 65W TDP, as do other CPUs in this series. All for the low price of $429.

In terms of core/thread counts, the Ryzen 7 7700 is identical to the 7700X and will cost $329. Last but not least, at $229, the Ryzen 5 7600 is AMD’s most affordable Zen4 product to date. However, when pitted against Intel‘s Raptor Lake options (non-K), this CPU will face stiff competition.


The generational leap in gaming performance is pretty evident, with the Ryzen 9 7900 outperforming the 5900X by up to 31%. Keep in mind that the 7700 consumes 65W of electricity while the 5900X consumes 105W. Things are no different for content developers. According to AMD, Zen4 Non-X is up to 48% quicker than Zen3-X.

According to the statistics we obtained from Videocardz, Zen4 is the way to go right now. However, once you include in the platform cost, it quickly becomes prohibitively costly.

In any event, DDR5 memory provides the Ryzen 7000 a tiny advantage over the Ryzen 5000, which only supports DDR4 memory. When coupled with the same system, the Ryzen 9 7900 is 19% quicker on average than the Ryzen 9 5900X. (Apart from the memory).


Games Ryzen 9 7900 (65W)
Radeon RX 6950XT
Ryzen 9 5900X (105W)
Radeon RX 6950XT
Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla 197.0 FPS 191.0 FPS 103%
Borderlands 3 248.9 FPS 209.1 FPS 119%
CS:GO 603.6 FPS 516.0 FPS 117%
F1 2021 403.8 FPS 299.7 FPS 135%
Far Cry 6 176.3 FPS 131.6 FPS 134%
Fortnite 270.9 FPS 247.3 FPS 110%
League of Legends 387.4 FPS 349.6 FPS 111%
Metro Exodus 187.1 FPS 185.4 FPS 101%
Shadow of the Tomb Raider 283.8 FPS 224.6 FPS 126%
Strange Brigade 442.7 FPS 339.8 FPS 130%
Total War: Three Kingdoms Battle 256.1 FPS 198.8 FPS 129%
World of Tanks Encode (1080p Ultra) 445.5 FPS 405.4 FPS 110%


Ryzen 7000 Product Lineup

CPU Cores/Threads TDP Cache iGPU CUs iGPU Clock CPU Clocks MSRP
Ryzen 9 7950X3D 16/32 170W 192MB (64MB L3 + 128MB Stacked L2) Similar to Non-X3D Counterpart $699″}”>>$699
Ryzen 9 7950X 16/32 170W 80MB (16MB L2 + 64MB L3) 2CUs 2.2GHz 4.5GHz/5.7GHz $699
Ryzen 9 7900X3D 12/24 170W 192MB (64MB L3 + 128MB Stacked L2) Similar to Non-X3D Counterpart $549″}”>>$549
Ryzen 9 7900X 12/24 170W 76MB (12MB L2 + 64MB L3) 2CUs 2.2GHz 4.7GHz/5.6GHz $549
Ryzen 9 7900 12/24 65W 76MB (12MB L2 + 64MB L3) 2CUs 2.2GHz -/5.4GHz $429
Ryzen 7 7700X3D 8/16 105W 96MB (32MB L3 + 64MB Stacked L2) Similar to Non-X3D Counterpart $399″}”>>$399
Ryzen 7 7700X 8/16 105W 40MB (8MB L2 + 32MB L3) 2CUs 2.2GHz 4.5GHz/5.4GHz $399
Ryzen 7 7700 8/16 65W 40MB (8MB L2 + 32MB L3) 2CUs 2.2GHz -/5.3GHz $329
Ryzen 5 7600X 6/12 105W 38MB (6MB + 32MB L3) 2CUs 2.2GHz 4.7GHz/5.3GHz $299
Ryzen 5 7600 6/12 65W 38MB (6MB + 32MB L3) 2CUs 2.2GHz -/5.1GHz $229

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