Hardware insider momomo_us has once again uncovered unannounced AMD products. This time, the discovery is a pair of Ryzen Threadripper 7000 CPU families. The "Storm Peak" processors were first mentioned in May when CPUID released version 2.06 of CPU-Z, which included "preliminary support" for the Ryzen Threadripper 7000 series. Experts predict that this Zen 4-based product range will disrupt the workstation and HEDT markets when it launches in Q3 2023. Leaked listings posted by momomo_us on social media reveal that AMD's PRO "79x5WX" family will cater to future workstation PCs, while non-PRO "79x0X" variants will be best for HEDT systems.

Previous leaks suggest that the Ryzen Threadripper PRO 7905WX "workstation" range will be compatible with AMD's SP5 socket. This high-end platform should support 8-channel DDR5 memory and run up to 128 PCIe Gen 5 lanes and 8 PCIe Gen 3 lanes, but it lacks CPU and memory overclocking functions. In contrast, the Ryzen Threadripper 7900X HEDT range is expected to offer full overclocking support for CPU and memory. However, tipsters believe its appeal could be limited by the platform's SP6 socket, which is restricted to 4-channel DDR5 memory configurations and a maximum of 64 PCIe Gen 5.0 lanes, as seen on AMD's EPYC 8004 "Siena" family.