AMD could attack with a processor that can be upgraded above 5 GHz this year


Ryzen 7000 CPUs can bring nice performance.

The Ryzen 7000 series processors, based on the AMD Zen 4 architecture, are expected to debut sometime this year, with the possibility that we may no longer be able to pack DDR4 memory. Meanwhile, a benchmark test was released, which shed light on another, slightly more positive detail than the one above.

In the OpenBenchmarking database showed up the processor with 8 cores and 16 threads that is suspected to be one of AMD’s new products, chances are the Ryzen 7 7800X. The test result has already been removed in the meantime, but apparently the internet was faster this time as well, so it turned out that the CPU clock could be turbocharged up to 5.2 GHz, a clear improvement over the 5800X’s 4.7 GHz performance.

By the way, based on the leak, it looks like Zen 4 processors will already have a built-in GPU (maybe an RDNA 2 solution). In principle, a little thing called GFX1036 is ticking in the processor in question. Of course, this info should be handled in place, as benchmarks like this are not always known for their reliability.

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Source: PC World Online Hírek by pcworld.hu.

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