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Is the AMD Ryzen 3000 making less progress than expected?

Is the AMD Ryzen 3000 making less progress than expected?

According to recent news, the Zen 2 architecture (the basis of the AMD Ryzen 3000) offers only 15% higher IPC, and the clocks are still farmed at 4,5 GHz.

AMD Ryzen 3000 3rd Gen Zen 2 Desktop Processor 1030x375

 

A (theoretically) popular Chinese portal according to some samples of the AMD Ryzen 3000 series have already been shipped to motherboard manufacturers and OEMs. It is important to point out that according to the source, these are still not the models with the final specification, obviously it is not worth expecting a huge change, the main difference will presumably be at the operating frequency. According to the first reports, these instances are making 15 percent progress on instructions executed per clock hour - we think this is slightly lower than expected. The Boost clock was set to 4,5 GHz, which otherwise still doesn’t reach the level of the Core i9-9900K. Reports mention that consumption and heat production were surprisingly favorable through the 7nm manufacturing technology.

AMD Ryzen 3000 X570 Motherboard With PCIe Gen 4.0 Interface 1 1030x224

According to the news, there may have been modest improvements in the memory controller, and it is still not worth expecting the new Riesens to reach record heights - at least in this area. As you can see in the image above, we also got some crumbs about the AMD X570 controller, and the portal also assumed that the A320 probably won’t support the incoming series.

Source: wccftech.com

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