While AMD's Ryzen 7000 and 7000X3D series CPUs are the newest toys on the block, the outgoing AM4 platform is far from dead as confirmed by AMD itself. And, there's a bunch of great Ryzen deals today.
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After Asus and Gigabyte initially gave no hint regarding B350 chipset support for Ryzen 5000 CPUs, the former has now apparently confirmed that the chipset will be supported alongside A320 and X370.
While AMD made it official yesterday that first-gen Socket AM4 300 series chipset boards will support the new Ryzen 5000 and 4000 CPUs too, there appears to be some major caveats, at least for now.
AMD has officially unveiled the new Ryzen 5000 series CPUs, alongside the anticipated Ryzen 7 5800X3D. Alongside specs, the company has also announced the release dates for all the SKUs.
The full specs, core count, and such, plus pricing information for the Ryzen 7 5800X3D, 5700X, 5600, 5500, and also the Ryzen 4600G, 4500, 4100 are out. These are reportedly landing next month.
While it was just a rumor a couple of days ago, it certainly got a whole lot more credible now that a wholesaler has made an announcement regarding the arrival of all-new Ryzen 5700X, 5600, and more.
Rumor says AMD, at the end of this month, may finally be launching more affordable Ryzen 5000 series desktop models in the form of the Ryzen 7 5700X, the Ryzen 5 5600, and the Ryzen 3 5500.