An AMD Athlon or Sempron chip may not drum as much excitement as Ryzen, but loyalty has helped those brands stick around for more than a decade.

So what happens to those and other PC processors, like the A-series and FX, when AMD’s new Ryzen chips start flooding the market in March? AMD has said the first high-end desktop Ryzen chips will ship in March.

For now, AMD plans to make no changes to its lineup of existing chips, a company spokesman said.

Instead, the chips will be regrouped to focus on price-sensitive PC buyers.

Ryzen-based PCs are expected to be priced at a premium, competing with Intel’s top gaming CPUs. The FX chips will not go away once Ryzen arrives, and will be targeted toward budget gamers.

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After Ryzen, AMD has no immediate plan to purge its other PC chips