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AMD's Ryzen Latest News & Update: Desktop CPUs May Be Available This February

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Computer geeks out there have definitely heard about the leaked buzz about the 17 Ryzen processors of AMD, a technology company competing against Intel. AMD is rumored to release a new addition to its desktop processor family this February.

According to a report by Digital Trends, the said shipping date of the new AMD Ryzen processors will be on February 28. This buzz surfaced on the world wide web after AMD showed some hints through their Shanghai's Taobao distribution channel where customers can preorder parts and products which actually included the most anticipated Ryzen that has a price tag of USD 295.

As a side-by-side competitor to Intel, AMD continuously seeks to search for developments on its processors. Its Ryzen boasts of outstanding technical specifications. On its convention and presentation in January, it was mentioned that the Ryzen processor shall have a base speed of 3.6GHz and a turbo speed of up to 3.9GHz. The said speeds were a product of a series of F3 stepping.

Despite these developments, AMD is still seeking for improvements through an F4 stepping to fix more bugs in the system of the Ryzen processor and to reach the goal of having a performance at 4.0GHz. This goal is targeted to beat Intel's Core i7-6900K which is only at 3.7GHz.

In an interview with PC World, AMD's CEO Lisa Su revealed that after the availability of Ryzen in the market, it will soon be followed by the release of other systems and motherboards offerings. She also shared that AMD truly prepared for this so that they can truly compete with Intel's Core i5 and i7.

When asked about their target market, Su shared that it's most likely the gaming community who are in search of fast processors. Su also gave a hint that AMD is also targeting to release the Vega GPU which will be a good combo with the Ryzen processor.

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