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AMD Ryzen 5 7500F to Debut in China Only, Lacks Integrated Graphics

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AMD has not officially announced any details about the processor yet, but according to sources, AMD plans to launch its Ryzen 5 7500F processor exclusively for the Chinese market at the end of this month, so it will not be available in China. United States — at least initially. The Ryzen 5 7500F has emerged as a bit of a mystery processor in both unapproved benchmarks posted to online databases and specs posted on motherboard support pages, so we reached out to industry officials to find out more. I took We also know that this chip is built from standard his Ryzen 7000 silicon, so AMD’s APU die is not used.

AMD will first offer this chip to Chinese retailers and retailers, but the chip will also be released to SIs (system integrators), so systems built around the chip will also be introduced to the Chinese market. . The Ryzen 5 7500F will be built into a standard AM5 socket motherboard, so the system won’t be completely custom like the China-exclusive AMD 4700S desktop kit we reviewed. Both Intel and AMD have offered region-specific chips in the past, and it’s not unprecedented. In fact, AMD released his US exclusive Ryzen 5 5600X3D last week.

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Header Cell – Column 0 street/manufacturer’s suggested retail price Cores/Threads (P+E) Base/Boost Clock (GHz) TDP/PBP/MTP
Ryzen 5 7600X $249 ($299) 6/12 4.7/5.3 105W/142W
Ryzen 5 7600 $229 6/12 3.8/5.1GHz 65W/88W
Ryzen 5 7500F ? 6/12 3.7/? 65W/88W

I have not verified the clock speeds in the table above. These are provided. MSI compatibility listHowever, the 6-core Ryzen 5 7500F is said to be very similar to the Ryzen 5 7600 and would run at a 65W TDP which would result in slightly lower boost clock speeds than the 7600.

As speculated, the chip will not feature an integrated graphics engine, similar to Intel’s F-series processors. AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processors will feature a smaller integrated RDNA 2 GPU engine on the I/O die, so AMD will probably take a slightly different approach to their F-series strategy than Intel. Intel has F-series models for all features. But that’s because the iGPU is integrated into the same single monolithic silicon as the rest of the CPU design.

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