MSI recorded a video in which it showed the processor installation and dismantling the AMD Ryzen 7000 processor for the upcoming AM5 socket. It is worth clarifying that this video will become useful only in the fall of this year, when the Ryzen processors on Zen 4 and motherboards with the AM5 socket will become available to everyone.

The process is extremely simple, which is not surprising, and the absent legs on the processors will cease to frighten inexperienced people who wanted to gather PC on their own.

In this video, an engineering sample of some Ryzen 700 was seen, which, judging by the OPN code, is the 16-core R9 7950X (if AMD will use such a nemit).