HP lists AMD Ryzen 7000 for desktops

AMD’s Zen 3 processor architecture has taken place in the Ryzen 5000 family for both desktops and laptops, but also in the server world. It is clear that Zen 3 will be reused with AMD’s next charging processors, where the amount of L3 cache shoots into the ceiling with the technology 3D V-Cache. However, the architecture Zen 4 will keep the schedule, which says new processors in 2023.

Now HP may be anticipating the events, as they list the “Ryzen 7000-series” among the specifications of a series of all-in-one computers. The associated link currently points to a blank page and further reading is therefore missing. According to the brief information, Intel’s Core 12000 series “Alder Lake” will be part of possible configurations, processors that are waiting around the corner and are not as exotic as the Ryzen 7000 series, which has not yet been announced by AMD.

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Rumor has it that the Ryzen 7000 series can be Zen 4-equipped, but before that, both Zen 3 awaits with 3D V-Cache and “Rembrandt”, which combines Zen 3 and RDNA 2 graphics. It should be added, however, that it is possible that HP made a mistake and stumbled on the keyboard in an attempt to type Ryzen 7. On the Intel side, the all-in-one computers are limited to a Core i7 model, so it is not unlikely that a similar limitation is thought to exist on the AMD side as well.

However, it is not inconceivable that this is a major piano tramp and an early hint that the Ryzen 7000 series is not far away. If so, the series will really be without Zen 4. As mentioned, “Rembrandt” is a candidate, while the 3D V-Cache models will enter production by the end of 2021. These alternatives further raise questions about the Ryzen 6000 series, which may be deleted and replaced with 7000, alternatively earmarked for one of the two variants.

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