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The first Ryzen 7000X processor tests appeared in OpenBenchmarking

The first Ryzen 7000X processor tests appeared in OpenBenchmarking

According to information available today, AMD's upcoming Ryzen 7000X desktop processors on Zen 4 architecture will be launched this September, the first samples are already being tested, with mass production scheduled for June.
A preliminary sample recently appeared in the Openbenchmarking database.
It has been tested in a Linux environment (Ubuntu 20.04), and it looks like most of the tests focused on the embedded GPU.
In addition, Moore's Law Is Dead published expected performance gains for Ryzen 7000X models.Advertisement OpenBenchmarking database records show an 8-core, 16-thread processor codenamed OPN 100-000000666, which matches the previous January leak.
Apparently, the chip was tested May 4 on the AMD Splinter-RPL AM5 reference platform, and its maximum clock speed can reach 5.21 GHz.
Resource Videocardz notes that the iGPU has the identifier GFX1036, which is a new variant belonging to the Beige Goby/Yellow Carp/Van Gogh family.
There is also a Radeon HD audio codec, borrowed from the recently released Ryzen 6000 mobile processors. Unfortunately, the tests were not conducted at maximum GPU clock speeds, so you can't really compare the results with similar models from Nvidia and Intel.
According to Videocardz, Ryzen 7000X iGPUs are not designed for gaming, but they should offer basic multimedia capabilities. The IPC increase of the Zen 4 chips over the Zen 3 is expected to be between 15 and 24 percent, about 6 percent higher than the Zen 3 over the Zen 2.
The increase in clock speeds will also give an increase of 8 to 14 percent.
All of this combined could result in a 28 to 37 percent performance increase in single-core mode, and the performance gains in multithreaded mode will be even higher.
AMD is also increasing to 1MB of L2 cache per core instead of the previous 512KB, and by default the new processors will support RAM speeds up to DDR5-5200.Rewarded for the postThis piece was written by a site visitor and is rewarded.

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