AMD's Next-Gen Ryzen 9 7000 'Raphael' 170W TDP
The new generation AMD desktop platform will have a TDP of up to 170W as compared to the previous 105W.
Thermal Design Powers
The users are expecting the CPU developers to maintain the maximum thermal design powers for the updated versions for increasing the gaming experience.
Zen 4 microarchitecture
The new AMD's next-generation Ryzen 7000-series 'Raphael' processors are based on the Zen 4 microarchitecture, these are said to be available in different ranges of TDP.
Range of TDP in Ryzen 9
The Entry level TDP starts from 65W with all the high-end Ryzen 9 7000 series offering as much as 170 TDP to the users.
Price range of new processors
The prices are also said to be skyrocketing since the people who use these are for high-end gaming desktops and entry-level workstations.
Features of Ryzen 9 7000
The users working on expensive motherboards, high-performance air, and all-in-one cooling systems require such huge TDP for excellent performance.
AM5 chips from AMD
In the Gigabyte leak last year, it is revealed that AMD also plans to release AM5 chips with 45W, 65W, 95W, 105W, and 125W TDPs.
Variants for various customers
AMD is also trying to make AM5 processors of different variants to satisfy the needs of price-conscious and performance-conscious customers later this year.
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