Ryzen 7000 Processors Could Be Up To 37 Percent Faster Than Zen 3 CPUs

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AMD's upcoming Zen 4 CPUs will reportedly be up to 37 percent faster than their Zen 3 counterparts. Alongside Intel, AMD is one of the two x86 CPU-makers in the world, and its current Ryzen 6000 lineup competes with Intel's 12-gen Core 'Alder Lake' processors.

However, benchmarks scores suggest that the Alder lake CPUs are miles ahead of their AMD counterparts, something that the company is trying to rectify with its Zen 4 lineup.

At its Q1, 2022 earnings call earlier this month, AMD confirmed plans to launch a slew of Zen 4 'Ryzen 7000' products, including 'Raphael' for desktops, 'Dragon Range' for enthusiast gaming laptops, and 'Phoenix' for thin and light gaming notebooks.

The Raphael desktop chips will be based on the company's new AM5 platform and targeted at enthusiasts and serious gamers. They will be released in the second half of this year, but there's no exact time frame for their launch.

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