A CPU is the heart of a computer, it’s what makes your machine run. Today we’re going to talk about how CPUs connect to motherboards for AMD Ryzen 7 processors.
A CPU is a vital piece of hardware for any PC. It connects to the motherboard, which in turn lets it communicate with other parts of your computer. Without this process, the system will not function properly. That’s why it’s important to know how to correctly install or replace a CPU when needed! You can find more about that topic in our post on Installing A New CPU And Motherboard – What You Need To Know.
The AMD Ryzen 7 CPU has a TDP of 95 Watts and can be installed on any motherboard that supports it. The socket is the AM4. It uses DDR4 RAM, which means it will have to match with the motherboard’s specs. Socket AM4 motherboards are available for purchase from different vendors around the world, including NewEgg in the US or other online stores like Amazon UK or Australia.