The number of instructions per stroke increased by 13%, the total output by about 29%, and some test tasks by up to 39%!
The processors will be on sale on September 27, and so far only four models are involved.
- Flagman's 16-nuclear 32-track Ryzen 97950X with 80 MB caches, up to 5.7 GHz and TDP at 175 W - 700. A powerful 12-year 24-year Ryzen 97900X with 76 MB caches, up to 5.6 GHz and TDP in 170 W - 550. Average 8-nuclear 16-track Ryzen 777000X with 40 MB caches, up to 5.4 GHz and TDP in 105 W - $400. The national 6-nuclear 12-year Ryzen 57600X with 38 MB caches, up to 5.3 GHz and TDP with 105 W - $300.
The model series is expected to expand next year, with less expensive chips, as well as a gamer Ryzen 77800X3D with 3D V-Cache.
AMD Ryzen 7000 is expected in early 2023.
It's good to know:
- The 7-year-old Radeon R9380 card was tested in modern games — an amazing "iron." "Vedmak 3" in 8K and with a lot of fashions looks better than reality itself. AMD Ryzen 53600 was compared to Ryzen 55600 in modern games – is the difference? MSI released an ultimative laptop for Titan GT7712UX gamers – Intel Core i9-1290HX and GeForce RTX 3080 Ti video map.