Here’s the first render of an AMD Ryzen 7000-series retail box. Shown here, is what a Ryzen 9 7000-series PIB package could look like. It shows what is possibly a thick cardboard box with the processor window located front and center, instead of one of the sides. The front face features a prominent dark AMD Arrow logo with the processor window in the middle. The side features a Ryzen motif with the “9” brand extension shown prominently. From the looks of it, the Ryzen 9 7000-series box appears to have a tray-type design, in which an inner tray slides out from the sides. It’s possible that the Ryzen 7 7000-series and Ryzen 5 7000-series come in a simpler monolithic paperboard box.
The source of this render also revealed to VideoCardz that the Ryzen 7 7700X will launch at an identical SEP pricing to the Ryzen 7 5700X, which is USD $299. The 7800X, on the other hand, could be priced higher than the 5800X launch SEP, which could put it around $399. Similarly, the Ryzen 9 7900X and 7950X could be priced higher than the 5900X and 5950X. AMD is expected to unveil the Ryzen 7000 series “Zen 4” desktop processors at an even on August 29, with market-availability slated for September 15.