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An HP AIO PC listing seemingly hints at the existence of AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs

The HP AIO systems will reportedly sport “Ryzen 7000” CPUs (Image source: AMD)
The HP AIO systems will reportedly sport “Ryzen 7000” CPUs (Image source: AMD)
Tipster @momomo_us spotted a listing on HP’s website for 24 and 27-inch AIO systems which seem to offer the AMD “Ryzen 7000” series as a CPU option.

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In what appears to be an unintentional slipup, an online listing for HP’s All-In-One 24 and 27 models seemingly confirmed the existence of upcoming AMD Ryzen CPU models in the 7000 series. The spec sheet for the new AIO units, uncovered by tipster @momomo_us, claims that these AIOs will support up to 12th-gen Intel i7 and AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs. 

It’s important to note here that the newest Ryzen models in production are in the 5000 series: unless AMD’s decided to skip the 6000 series as a generation name, we aren’t likely going to see 7000-series parts for a few years, at least. 

The HP site listing could well be a typo. But if it is a genuine slip-up, this could be further confirmation that AMD’s Zen 4-based CPUs will hit the market in time to compete with Intel’s 12th-gen Alder Lake parts. Recent benchmarks indicate that Alder Lake parts like the i5-12400 deliver significant single and multi-threaded gains over their Ryzen 5000 series counterparts, making it all the more important for AMD to have a viable Alder Lake competitor. 

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Arjun Krishna Lal, 2021-10-11 (Update: 2021-10-11)