We’re in the middle of Intel vs AMD performance war, for the nth time. We now know the landscape and the confirmed release dates for the AMD Ryzen 7000 processors. On September 27th they’ll be available globally.
The CPUs are Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X and Ryzen 5 7600X. They are all based on the AM5 Socket. The Ryzen 9 7950x is the headline CPU in this line. It is a simple CPU to overclock and it can be boosted to 5.7Ghz easily.
We believe, from public reports, that the new Intel Raptor Lake will break the 6Ghz barrier. There are some serious performance gains that Intel is going for with Intel Raptor Lake. We know some of the details from the information in the public sphere but it’s safe to say that is not the full picture. We can expect more from Intel at Innovation.
We’ll know more in the coming weeks about overclocking elements of Raptor Lake. If you leave us a note with your overclocking needs and your desires, we’ll put together a proposal for you with both Raptor Lake and AMD Ryzen Zen4. We’re a top-level partner of both Intel and AMD and have access to some information that can help us narrow this process down for you on the day of release.
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