AMD launches new Ryzen 8 F- series processors 

AMD launched its new Ryzen 8000 F series processors for entry level gaming and productivity systems  

Published - May 15, 2024 12:51 pm IST

AMD today announced the launch of its new Ryzen 8000 F-series processors.

AMD today announced the launch of its new Ryzen 8000 F-series processors. | Photo Credit: Special Arrangement

AMD today announced the launch of its new Ryzen 8000 F-series processors. Aimed at entry level gaming and productivity systems, the series includes the Ryzen 7 8700F and Ryzen 5 8400F processors, adding options without graphics to the existing 8000G processor family.

The AMD Ryzen 8000 F-Series processors are optimized for efficiency with low power draw and are unlocked for higher overclocked performance at the touch of a button. Additionally, the 8700F comes equipped with a cutting-edge Neural Processing Unit, or NPU, a dedicated AI engine designed for the ultimate in AI efficiency, the company shared in a press release.

While the Ryzen 7 comes with 8 cores and 16 threads with up to 5.0GHz and 24MB cache, the Ryzen 5 comes gets 6 cores with 12 threads, up to 4.7GHz boost speed and 22MB cache memory.

Both the processors come with Wraith Stealth coolers and are being positioned as all-in-one desktop processors that can be paired with discrete graphics cards for gaming performance.

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Both the processors are available for purchase at major e-tail, retail, and SI partners. The AMD Ryzen 7 is priced at $269, while the Ryzen 5 is priced at $169 USD.

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