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AMD said the Ryzen 7000 shown the other day reached 5.5GHz without manual overclocking

AMD said the Ryzen 7000 shown the other day reached 5.5GHz without manual overclocking

AMD's opening event at Computex 2022 included a demonstration of the Ryzen 7000 series Socket AM5 CPU in Ghostwire: Tokyo.
An engineering sample of the 5nm processor reached frequencies of 5.2 to 5.5GHz \"across multiple cores\" using liquid cooling.
The company claims that he was not forced overclocking.Image source: AMDIf the fact of using unattended liquid cooling system Asetek with radiator size 280 mm and two 140-mm fans was detected while studying AMD press release, the description of the number of active cores in these modes was made by Technical Marketing Director Robert Hallock (Robert Hallock) during an interview with PCWorld resource after the event, opening Computex 2022.The main questions were whether the additional, manual overclocking p The first question was answered in the negative by Robert Hallock, who said that the Ryzen 7000 sample CPU showed \"natural frequencies\" of 5.2 to 5.5 GHz in the mentioned game.
By the way, it should be mentioned that AMD web page on Computex 2022 events shows the frequencies of Zen 4 processors in Max Boost mode more than 5.0 GHz.
This implies that a single processor core is guaranteed to work in that range under the appropriate load nature.Returning to the topic of the number of active cores, Hallock added that frequencies from 5.2 to 5.5 GHz were reached by a significant portion of them, and at times all processor cores worked at some of the frequencies in that range.
Much will depend on cooling conditions, the nature of the load, and the capabilities of the particular motherboard.
To prepare for Computex 2022 demonstration, the company used some reference board based on AMD X670 chipset and two DDR5-6000 (CL30) RAM modules with 2 × 16 GB capacity.

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