Computers powered by AMD’s new Ryzen processors will be arriving in the UK this year, but the company has not officially announced their arrival yet.
The company has announced a few new features, like the introduction of a new gaming mode called ‘Sonic Unleashed’ in which gamers can customize the look of their computer with new effects and effects, including customisable backgrounds.
The ‘Sega Sonic Unleashed’ gaming mode will be available in the US as well, where it will be priced at $49.99 USD.
The ‘Sigma Alpha’ gaming feature will be unlocked at £49.49 GBP and £49 (around £37.75).
The Ryzen CPUs are also set to be hitting other markets this year.
The company has just announced that it will start shipping the first shipments of the new Skylake processors on May 25, which will be launched at around £55.99 (around $62.75) for the Core i7-7820X and £60.99 for the i7 6700K.
The Core i9-7900X and i9 7820X will be hitting the market at around $99 and $120 respectively, although AMD hasn’t announced the price yet.
AMD’s Ryzen CPUs also hit the UK on June 12, and they are expected to arrive in other markets soon.