Start the frequency war! The maximum acceleration frequency of Ryzen 7000 can reach 5.85GHz

time:2022-12-08 06:59:15 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Computer machine
Start the frequency war! The maximum acceleration frequency of Ryzen 7000 can reach 5.85GHz

At 7 am tomorrow, AMD will officially release the next generation of Ryzen processors. The latest rumors suggest that the Ryzen 7000 processor may run at a maximum frequency of 5.85GHz, which is 50MHz higher than Intel's 13th-generation Core. Angstronomics first mentioned the Fmax maximum limit frequency of 5.85GHz in May this year, which can be achieved on the Ryzen 9 7950X processor by turning on the PBO. Despite the words "maximum" and "limit", 5.85GHz should not be the ceiling of the Ryzen 7000 processor, and higher operating frequencies should be achievable with manual overclocking. In addition to the CPU operating frequency, AMD Ryzen 7000 and Intel's 13th-generation Core will also start a frequency war on memory frequency. The 13th generation Core supports DDR5-5200 memory by default, and the Ryzen 7000 supports DDR5-5600 memory by default. Although the memory sweet spot frequency of the AMD Ryzen 7000 has been confirmed as DDR5-6000, players seeking memory bandwidth will want to try higher frequencies. The recently exposed MSI Z790 motherboard specification sheet shows that it can support DDR5-6800 when 1R single-rank modules and 1DPC (one memory module per channel) are installed, and DDR5-5600 when 4 dual-rank modules are inserted.

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