To end the week, more rumors about the AMD Ryzen 7000because these processors will be able to reach a maximum frequency of 5.85GHzquite believable information if you take into account that when AMD expanded the information, it came to indicate that reaching the current 5.50GHzon all cores, was quite easy, and it had been with a sample in phase of 16-core prototype, it is therefore understood that there is still considerable room for improvement in terms of frequencies to increase performance, since although this CPU will have a TDP of 170W, the company has indicated that it reaches 5.50 GHz consume less energy.
“I’m not going to commit to the frequency yet, but what I will say is that 5.50 GHz was very easy to achieve for us,” said Robert Hallock, director of technical marketing at AMD, in a interview.
“The Ghostwire demo was one of many games to hit this clock on a 16-core prototype with consumer water cooling. We’re very excited about Zen4’s 5nm clock capabilities; it looks great, and more to come.”
“The Computex processor was a 16-core prototype sample that has yet to be fused to specific power/TDP values, but it performed in a lower range than the new 170W TDP group we developed. This is a conservative number. ”, he indicated, which clearly shows that there is still room for improvement.
Interestingly, this is a very similar figure to the 5.80GHz rumored to be able to reach Intel Core i9-13900K, so it’s clear that both companies will try to push their silicon to the limit to take the performance crown in the new generation of processors. Of course, AMD has TSMC’s 5nm in its favor for doing this while consuming less power.