AMD Announces Ryzen 7000 Series Game Bundle

Following the release of the AMD Ryzen Game Bundle for select Ryzen 7000 Series processors, AMD is introducing a new Ryzen Game Bundle that will provide gamers who purchase select Ryzen 7000 Series processors with access to the highly anticipated sequel to Star Wars Jedi: Fallen OrderTM, Star Wars Jedi: Survivor, from today until 1 April 2023.

The Ryzen 7000 Series Desktop Processors

The Ryzen 7000 Series Desktop Processors offer fantastic performance for gamers thanks to the new “Zen 4” architecture. In addition to providing a double-digit IPC improvement over “Zen 3,” the processors enable up to 15% quicker gaming performance than the previous generation to deliver unrivalled performance in Respawn Entertainment’s next galactic adventure.

How to redeem gaming coupons?

Gamers will receive a redemption code upon purchase and have until 6 May 2023 to redeem their Star Wars Jedi: Survivor TM copy. Gamers may find out more at Please visit for complete terms and conditions and to redeem gaming coupons.

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AMD Ryzen 7000 Series specifications and features

  • Many of the Ryzen 7000 Series’ core features were unveiled alongside the initial desktop CPUs in August 2022.
  • The new CPUs migrate to a 5nm technology and use the Zen 4 architecture that launched with them, which AMD claims pushes “gaming and content production performance leadership to new levels.”
  • You may see four new CPUs with the suffix ‘3D,’ which have greater L2 and L3 cache than the conventional ones.
  • This seeks to increase responsiveness and framerates without significantly affecting clock speeds or overclocking possibilities.
  • All the new desktop CPUs are based on AMD’s most unique Zen 4 architecture and are backward compatible with older AM5 motherboards if a BIOS update is performed.
  • Other significant characteristics shared by all of the new CPUs include PCIe Gen 5 capability and DDR5 memory (DDR4 has been dropped).
  • Each Ryzen 7000 desktop CPU contains three chiplets: two 5nm Zen 4 CPU modules and a new 6nm I/O die with integrated RDNA 2 graphics, DDR5 and PCIe 5.0 controllers, and integrated power management.
  • This implies that every processor has some graphical capacity, with a separate graphics card required solely for gaming or other demanding tasks.
  • According to AMD, the Zen 4 architecture on which the chips are based will give a “more than 15%” gain in single-threaded performance over Zen 3, albeit the new chips may require more power to achieve that level of performance.
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