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AMD's Robert Hallock clarifies some burning questions regarding the Ryzen 7000 desktop processors

Started by Redaktion, May 27, 2022, 15:22:33

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Redaktion

Hallock explains that the flagship Ryzen 7000 processors will have a maximum TDP of 170 W, and the 16 cores will easily hit 5.5 GHz. RAM should also see considerable overclocking headroom, while expected performance uplift over Zen 3 is expected to be around 40%. Some AVX 512 AI instruction sets are also supported and the RDNA2 iGPU is clearly not on the same level as the Radeon 680M from the Rembrandt APUs.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/AMD-s-Robert-Hallock-clarifies-some-burning-questions-regarding-the-Ryzen-7000-desktop-processors.622839.0.html

Ish

Yeah that 15% ST/SC gain announcement from earlier in the week was extremely disappointing... it wouldn't even be competitive with the 12900KS, 12900K, 12700K, etc. let alone Raptor Lake and more than likely M2. Hopefully these 40% gains actually happen.

kek

I know x86 and ARM arent the same thing architecture wise,

but we can all remember the days before big.LITTLE arrived to ARM, where most CPUS were either too slow for their own good or heated up while just browsing on the web, and wasted battery like crazy. And all those things changed when we finally moved into big.LITTLE.

I can't say for certain this might work that well in x86, because dealing with Windows shenanigans sure sounds like trouble, but at some point the core race will have to come to an end and efficiency/power performance will need to improve.

We havent move from Octacore in ARM from a long while ago and neither Apple or Qualcomm seems to be planning to add more cores to devices that are already as fast as they can, and it seems there's still enough room for improvement.

And I think the same thing will start happening in PC. As of right now, Intel has the architecture laid down, but not the core design.

Meanwhile, AMD has the Core design, but the architecture, not so much. They will probably face the TDP wall that Intel found just a while ago. It will be interesting to see which path they will take.


Rob Stan

Quote from: Ish on May 27, 2022, 16:01:58
Yeah that 15% ST/SC gain announcement from earlier in the week was extremely disappointing... it wouldn't even be competitive with the 12900KS, 12900K, 12700K, etc. let alone Raptor Lake and more than likely M2. Hopefully these 40% gains actually happen.

Calm down lol

TonyG


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