• Guest, The rules for the P & N subforum have been updated to prohibit "ad hominem" or personal attacks against other posters. See the full details in the post "Politics and News Rules & Guidelines."

News AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU Powered HP All-In-One Desktop PCs Confirmed, Launching in 2022

ahimsa42

Member
Jul 16, 2016
41
15
81
per WCCFTECH. the article also includes a screenshot & link to the HP store page listing these products as "coming soon".
 

eek2121

Golden Member
Aug 2, 2005
1,291
1,371
136
I wonder if this means that Rembrandt will be 7000 series while Barcelo is 6000 series.
You also have Zen 3D.

This is probably Rembrandt. Note that some people think this is a typo, however, on this page, the machines apparently feature AMD Radeon Graphics. They also appear to be a bit lower end, which further indicates we are looking at Rembrandt. I do not think this is a typo, I believe a launch may be soon(ish). Combined with this rumor, I believe we will see Q4 availability.

I think Ryzen 6000 will be Zen3D. We should see an announcement of Zen3D as well.
 

eek2121

Golden Member
Aug 2, 2005
1,291
1,371
136
Would think Zen 3D will be the same series as Rembrandt. Could launch Barcelo soon and Rembrandt at CES.
Ryzen 7000 will also probably be Zen 4. Lucienne and Cezanne were both Ryzen 5000. I would honestly be surprised if AMD releases Barcelo at all. TSMC has been putting the pressure on customers to move to 6nm in order to increase capacity. Barcelo as originally envisioned was still 7nm.

If Barcelo is released, it will likely be in the same series as Rembrandt.

I think that Zen 3D will be Ryzen 6000, and I suspect 3D V-Cache may make it into more SKUs than AMD originally planned in order to compete with Alder Lake.
 

LikeLinus

Lifer
Jul 25, 2001
11,288
539
126
per WCCFTECH. the article also includes a screenshot & link to the HP store page listing these products as "coming soon".
That's some absolutely horrible reporting.

"Now, the company has confirmed that it will be launching its 24 and 27-Inch AIO PC lineup in both AMD Ryzen 7000 and Intel 12th Gen Alder Lake CPU flavors. "

Can they please show where they followed-up with HP and confirmed it is indeed not a typo and is an actual product? Nowhere does it say anyone from HP "confirmed" this information. :rolleyes:
 

deasd

Senior member
Dec 31, 2013
216
35
91
AMD was hidding its secrets so tight that yet we don't know what 6000 series is, now suddenly 7000 series jump out, or typo? 0_o
 

Thibsie

Senior member
Apr 25, 2017
223
208
116
That's some absolutely horrible reporting.

"Now, the company has confirmed that it will be launching its 24 and 27-Inch AIO PC lineup in both AMD Ryzen 7000 and Intel 12th Gen Alder Lake CPU flavors. "

Can they please show where they followed-up with HP and confirmed it is indeed not a typo and is an actual product? Nowhere does it say anyone from HP "confirmed" this information. :rolleyes:
Well, wccftech.
 

yuri69

Member
Jul 16, 2013
141
164
116
This is an OEM thing. OEMs require bigger model numbers for each successive launch. APUs are sold mainly by OEMs.

Picasso was branded as Ryzen 3000 but was based on Ryzen 2000 tech. Renoir was branded as Ryzen 4000 but was still based on Ryzen 3000 tech. This is the way to present OEM processors.
 

ASK THE COMMUNITY