AMD officially released three new Zen4 Ryzen 7000
After the first four X series, AMD today brought three new members to the Zen4 Ryzen 7000 series family, all standard versions without X at the end of the model, with reduced frequency and power consumption.
Ryzen 9 7900:
12 cores and 24 threads, 12MB of L2 cache, 64MB of L2 cache, 3.8-5.4GHz, comes with a ghost PRISM cooler.
Compared to the Ryzen 9 7900X, the benchmark and acceleration frequencies are lowered by 900MHz and 200MHz respectively, competitor i9-13900 and i9-12900.
Ryzen 7 7700:
8 cores and 16 threads, 8MB L2 cache, 32MB L2 cache, 3.8-5.3GHz, comes with a ghost PRISM cooler
Compared to the Ryzen 7 7700X, the benchmark and acceleration frequencies are reduced by 700MHz and 100MHz respectively, competitor i7-13700 and i7-12700.
Ryzen 5 7600:
6 cores and 12 threads, 6MB L2 cache, 32MB L2 cache, 3.8-5.1GHz, comes with a ghost STEALTH cooler.
Compared to the Ryzen 5 7600X, the benchmark and acceleration frequencies are lowered by 900MHz and 200MHz respectively, and the competitors i5-13600 and i5-12600.
Their thermal design power consumption are 65W, the same integrated 2 computing units RDNA2 architecture GPU, support DDR5-5200, PCIe 5.0, package interface AM5, can be matched with B650 series motherboards.
In terms of performance, we'll put up our first review in parallel later, starting with two interesting official figures.
With the Ryzen 9 7900 turned on Enhanced PBO 2 auto-overclocking technology, multi-threaded performance can be increased by up to 34%, and with water cooling (which I guess no one does), this margin can be increased to 39%.
When testing the CineBench R23 multi-threaded, the Ryzen 9 7900 consumes only 177W of system power, which is as much as 47% more energy efficient compared to the Ryzen 9 7900X 285W.