M: YES It messed up a bit, and the company released a video, already removed, where it showed how it put together a processor AMD Ryzen 9 7950X on one of its motherboards, a CPU that oddly hasn’t been officially announced yet, although the video shows it’s still an engineering sample (AMD Eng Sample: 100-000000665- 20), where the CPU code itself (665) is revealing that’s all a 16-core processor and 32 processing threadsso it’s the same renderer, by code, that we saw in December for the MilkyWay@Home project.

AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
Engineering sample of an AMD Ryzen 9 7950X

In this way, it can already be confirmed that the company’s high-end processor will be stuck in the 16 coreswhile its TDP will increase to 170W (+60% vs Ryzen 9 5950X), synonymous with a rise in frequencies, and it is to be expected that it will easily exceed the 5.00 GHz barrier. to compete against a 24-core Intel Core i9-13900K, so things are going to get interesting in the coming months.

For the rest we have a video where we are shown the installation of this processor in the new socket AMD AM5 (LGA1718), something that seems to not please AMD, since this video has been removed. Thanks to the user Alnoswe can offer you a copy of the video that has been removed by MSI.

via: video cardz