AMD Unveils Ryzen 7 5700 AM4 CPU With 8 Cores And 16 Threads

AMD has discreetly launched the Ryzen 7 5700 variant without G or X, while a leaked source revealed pricing details for the upcoming Ryzen 5700X3D, 5000GT, and 8000G series. On the AMD website, you can find the Ryzen 7 5700 processor, which bears resemblance to the Ryzen 7 5700G with Cezanne silicon. Notably, the non-G version of this desktop APU seems to lack graphics support.

As per the information on the AMD website, the 5700 non-G is set to include 8 cores and 16 threads, with a base clock of 3.7 GHz and a boost reaching 4.6 GHz. It’s a 65W processor designed for the AM4 socket. Notably, the webpage inaccurately mentions an April 4th release date last year, whereas this model has actually been released today.

5700 SPECors about this non-G SKU have been circulating for a considerable period, with initial reports emerging as early as June 2022. Despite these early speculations, the CPU hasn’t been officially released in the DIY market since then. Furthermore, Gigabyte has now listed this SKU a year later, providing additional information.

The upcoming Ryzen 7 5700X3D, Ryzen 5 5600GT, and Ryzen 5 5500GT have been initially identified, this time on retailers’ websites. Anticipated for launch in the first quarter, these AM4 processors herald AMD’s introduction of its inaugural G-series for the AM5 socket—the Ryzen 8000G series. @momomo_us, a data miner and hardware detective, discovered the AMD OPN (Product) codes along with initial pricing for all these CPUs.


The 8-core Ryzen 7 8700G, part of the Hawk Point desktop APU series, is said to be priced in the range of $340 to $440. Meanwhile, the 6-core variants, Ryzen 5 8600G and Ryzen 5 8500G, come with price tags varying between $190 and $310 depending on the retailer. It’s crucial to highlight that these figures are preliminary listings based on distribution pricing and may not precisely align with AMD’s intended retail prices for these processors.

Moreover, there are early indications of pricing for the Ryzen 7 5700X3D, expected to be priced between $260 and $330 in the US. Similar leaks have emerged for the Ryzen 5 5600GT and 5500GT models, targeted at a sub-$200 price point. These processors, part of the AM4 lineup, contribute to expanding the Ryzen 5000 series, now encompassing 17 SKUs, excluding additional models like the GE-Series not covered in this specific list.

Source: AMD via @momomo_us