HP might have just revealed certain key details regarding the AMD Ryzen 7000 series of processors. A recent listing from the company has hinted that the upcoming next gen series of processors from Team Red could be launching sometime in early 2022.
According to HotHardware, the American PC maker’s listing revealed a pair of AIO (All in One) desktop systems that feature the Ryzen 7000 series of processors. These AIO PCs arrive in either 24 inch or 27 inch models in Starry White and Starry Forest. Apart from AMD, these systems will reportedly also feature Intel’s 12th Gen Core i7 processors as well, which is the latest Alder Lake lineup.
While this basically confirms the existence of the Ryzen 7000 series, the listing could still be a typo or some form of mistake. Although, listings revealing yet to be announced technology is not an uncommon occurrence. Although finer details regarding the Ryzen 7000 series chips is currently unknown, we can assume that the upcoming generation of processors is likely based on the Zen 4 architecture.
But this can’t be confirmed as of right now. The new Ryzen chips could very well also be the latest generation of APUs from AMD. In other words, it might be the Rembrandt APUs that are set to launch with Zen 3+ refresh, which is basically an enhancement over the Zen 3 architecture. This architecture also marks the shift to 6 nanometer manufacturing process from the 7nm on Zen 3 and stacked 3D V-cache. AMD has confirmed that it plans on launching chips with stacked 3D V-cache, so this might the chips that are listed on HP’s website.