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AMD Ryzen 7000 ‘Raphael’ CPUs Allegedly Have A Maximum Frequency Limit of 5.85 GHz

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AMD Ryzen7000 desktop CPU So far, it has been displayed at a very unusual frequency, with multiple threads supplying the clock up to 5.5GHz. However, it seems that the final revision may provide even higher CPU clocks, as reported: Angstronomics..

AMD Ryzen 7000 “Raphael” desktop CPU is said to have a maximum frequency limit of 5.85GHz “Fmax”

Earlier this week, AMD fixed and Confirmed Details about the Ryzen 7000 CPU lineup codenamed Raphael. The company has confirmed that the TDP of the top Ryzen 7000 CPU is actually 170W and the maximum package power of the AM5 (LGA 1718) socket is 230W.The company too Confirmed The game demo presented in Computex 2022 was a 16-core prototype running at 5.5GHz on multiple threads. But, most importantly, the company also confirmed that the prototype was operating in a lower operating range than the new 170WTDP specification.

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The Computex processor is a 16-core prototype sample that has not yet been integrated into a specific power / TDP value, but has been operating in a lower range than the new 170WTDP group we developed. It’s a conservative number.

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Therefore, the AMD Ryzen 7000 Computex 2022 demo was neither a single-threaded clock speed showcase nor a final prototype utilizing the full specifications of the 170WTDP. Based on reports from Angstronomics sources, there appears to be SKUs (or OPNs) fused with 5.85 GHz Fmax or maximum frequency limits.

In terms of frequency targets, the game demo showing the maximum frequency of 5.55GHz wasn’t the final version either.in the meantime Angstronomics recognizes Order Part Numbers (OPNs) fused at 5.85 GHz Fmax.You have to wait for what the retail stepping fuse is set to.

Via Angstronomics

5.85 GHz is an insane clock, but given that we’ve only seen the prototype AMD Ryzen 7000 desktop CPU for the first time, the final specs could be in this range. Using all 170 watts available, the 16-core part has the potential to exceed 5.5 GHz clocks and achieve unprecedented clock speeds with AMD Ryzen CPUs. Intel is aiming for a similar watch Raptor Lake-S Desktop CPU Therefore, it makes sense for AMD to face the blue team in the watch division head-on. Here we are behind in the last two years.

It’s already exciting to see the 5.5GHz clock for AMD Ryzen 7000 desktop CPUs, so for consumers looking forward to building a brand new AM5 PC with the latest Zen 4 equipped Ryzen 7000 desktop CPU, all of the above It will be hospitality. Of course, such frequencies may only be allowed in the highest spectrum of AM5 motherboards, such as those based on the X670E chipset with a VRM load to handle the power supply requirements of the new Fmax specification.

Comparison of Intel Raptor Lake and AMD Raphael Desktop CPU “Expectations”

CPU family AMD Rafael (RPL-X) Intel Raptor Lake (RPL-S)
Process node TSMC 5nm Intel 7
Architecture Zen 4 (chiplet) Raptor Cove (P core)
Gracemont (E-core)
Core / thread Until 16/32 Until 24/32
Total L3 cache 64 MB 36 MB
Total L2 cache 16 MB 32 MB
Total cash 80 MB 68 MB
Maximum clock (1T) ~ 5.8 GHz ~ 5.8 GHz
Memory support DDR5 DDR5 / DDR4
Memory channel 2 channels (2DPC) 2 channels (2DPC)
Memory speed DDR5-5600 DDR5-5200
Platform support 600 series (X670E / X670 / B650 / A620) 600 series (Z690 / H670 / B650 / H610)
700 series (Z790 / H770 / B760)
PCIe Gen 5.0 Both GPU and M.2 (Extreme chipset only) Both GPU and M.2 (700 series only)
Integrated graphics AMD RDNA 2 Intel Iris Xe
socket AM5 (LGA 1718) LGA 1700/1800
TDP (maximum) 170W (TDP)
230W (PPT)
125W (PL1)
240W + (PL2)
Release 2H 2022 2H 2022

News source: @ hjc4869

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