AMD has revealed new information about its Ryzen 7000 (Zen 4) processors, which will debut later this year. Performance looks promising.
AMD has revealed new and interesting information about its Ryzen 7000 processors with Zen 4 architecture. It’s no secret that they will go on sale later this year. The Reds have just announced a performance boost that we can expect and it looks promising.
AMD Ryzen 7000 – What’s the Performance?
Some doubts may arise from the fact that The increase in IPC (instructions per hour) will only reach 8-10 percent. However, it is enough to look at the other indicators and any worries will be forgotten. Take, for example, single-threaded performance gains that are expected to be 15 percent better. Compared to currently available systems.
But this is not the end. AMD promises up to a 125 percent increase in memory bandwidth. This is due to the DDR5 modules, which will be the only ones supported by Ryzen 7000 systems. Additionally, Zen 4’s geometry will be 25 percent. More efficient per watt compared to Zen 3. When it comes to overall performance, it is expected to be 35 percent better.
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