AMD announced his new one Ryzen 7000 CPUclaims better-than-expected performance for its new processors Zen 4. He also promised that the best gaming CPU will appear September 27 in front of $699. This is the Ryzen 9 7950X with 16 cores and 32 threads and, contrary to initial pricing rumors, this is well over $100 below the original price of the Zen 3 Ryzen 9 5950X with similar characteristics.

The initial gen-on-gen performance boost for the new Zen 4 CPUs is understood between 8 and 10% instructions per clock (IPC) are increasing, with this data we rely on normalized statistics and a score on multiple different benchmarks, both computational and gaming, so all of this needs to be taken with a grain of salt until the different chips in the test banks for a good CPU gaming test.

Below is the list of the new CPUs that have been announced, along with the corresponding improvements made by the giant.

Ryzen 7000

For gamers, single-threaded metrics are arguably more important than a momentary increase in CPI, and AMD is also adjusting its previous 15% overall single-threaded performance gain by up to 29%. That’s nearly double, even if that number is taken from a Geekbench test versus a 5950X chip, and we’ll have to figure out the real in-game results accordingly.

Source: Lega Nerd

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