In September of this year, AMD announced the start of sales of a new family of long-awaited Ryzen 7000 processors. These are processors intended for personal computers. New processors with Zen4 processor cores are manufactured using advanced 5-nanometer technology. AMD is expected to offer processors of the new family with Zen3 cores for sale soon. Here it will be Ryzen 7000U family processors, which will be equipped with older AMD Vega iGPU graphics cores.
The first representative of AMD’s new Ryzen 7000U processor family will be the Ryzen 7 7730U model. This one is said to be equipped with eight Zen3 cores and 16 processor threads. The default core frequency should be set to two gigahertz. At the highest loads, the frequency of the cores should rise to as much as 4.5 gigahertz. Therefore, the novelty should be able to cope with even the most demanding tasks.
The Radeon RX Vega 8 graphics card is said to be built into the Ryzen 7 7730U processor. It should calculate graphic content with eight processor cores. The new processor will of course be intended for notebook computers. Here, of course, it will be about mid-range laptops. AMD is expected to present it to the public at CES 2023 in January.
Source: Računalništvo in telefonija – Računalniške novice by racunalniske-novice.com.
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