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    HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Updated HP24 and HP27 AiOs also available with Intel's 12 Gen Core processors.
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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    My guess is that the 6000 series will be the Zen3+ with the extra cache on chips and microcode improvements still on an AM4 and AM5 compatibility but ddr4 only and the 7000 will be AM5 ddr5 Zen4

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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    I do wish they (meaning mainly AMD and Intel) would just tell us what spec, and their best estimate of when. Then, I could at least make an informed decision, based on my needs and wants, and that spec/timetable, of wait versus buy now.

    This drip, drip of leak and speculation drives me utterly nuts.
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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by zaph0d View Post
    My guess is that the 6000 series will be the Zen3+ with the extra cache on chips and microcode improvements still on an AM4 and AM5 compatibility but ddr4 only and the 7000 will be AM5 ddr5 Zen4
    Who knows.

    There was never a desktop 4000 series was there, and HP have long been the cause of oddball parts from AMD (including ISTR that lovely Athlon 5200+ dual core that unlocked to a quad core Phoenom).

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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen999 View Post
    I do wish they (meaning mainly AMD and Intel) would just tell us what spec, and their best estimate of when. Then, I could at least make an informed decision, based on my needs and wants, and that spec/timetable, of wait versus buy now.

    This drip, drip of leak and speculation drives me utterly nuts.
    I think its a deliberate act to stop you preordering a competitors product now. Keeps you guessing rather than preordering and also allows them to tweak the product at launch to ensure they beat the competitor. I suspect Intel/Amd have a list of possible power limits/frequencies/pricing but if they let it all go now it gives them nothing to change should competitor drop something 3% faster!
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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    which chip would die first... would be Intels as its clocked hard already.

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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesemp View Post
    I think its a deliberate act to stop you preordering a competitors product now. Keeps you guessing rather than preordering and also allows them to tweak the product at launch to ensure they beat the competitor. I suspect Intel/Amd have a list of possible power limits/frequencies/pricing but if they let it all go now it gives them nothing to change should competitor drop something 3% faster!
    Oh, very possibly. The thought, even probability, had occurred to me. Still bleeping irritating though, innit?
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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by Saracen999 View Post
    Oh, very possibly. The thought, even probability, had occurred to me. Still bleeping irritating though, innit?
    That and you don't want to tip off the competition until the very last minute so they can do something that pulls the rug out from beneath you just before your release.

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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zaph0d View Post
    My guess is that the 6000 series will be the Zen3+ with the extra cache on chips and microcode improvements still on an AM4 and AM5 compatibility but ddr4 only and the 7000 will be AM5 ddr5 Zen4
    Who knows.

    There was never a desktop 4000 series was there, and HP have long been the cause of oddball parts from AMD (including ISTR that lovely Athlon 5200+ dual core that unlocked to a quad core Phoenom).
    That's right. 4000 series was laptop/AiO only.

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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    There was never a desktop 4000 series was there
    The 4000g APU series exists as AM4 socket CPUs as well as soldered parts, but they're OEM only.

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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Quote Originally Posted by edmundhonda View Post
    The 4000g APU series exists as AM4 socket CPUs as well as soldered parts, but they're OEM only.
    True, bad phrasing on my part. They were only ever an APU.

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    Re: HP lists AiO PCs with "AMD Ryzen 7000 Series" CPUs

    Was a typo, since been changed to "AMD Ryzen 7 5000 Series"

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