AMD Ryzen 7000 Boost Frequency: Maximum at 5.85 GHz?

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Today we report a rumor of a news released directly by AMD. In fact, company spokespersons have stated that the AMD Ryzen 7000 Boost Frequency would see a maximum of 5.85 GHz

With this article, we are bringing you the rumor about AMD Ryzen 7000 boost frequency. As stated, AMD Ryzen 7000 CPUs would see a maximum boost frequency of 5.85 GHz. Previously, after extensive testing, it was thought that the AMD Ryzen 7000 processors could go up to 5.5 GHz. However, it seems they can go. faster, with a maximum frequency of 5,85 GHz.

New details on the AMD Ryzen 7000 boost frequency

AMD (for more details on the company click here) revealed some more details about its Ryzen 7000 CPUs, codenamed Raphael, earlier this week. The company revealed that the TDP of its primary Ryzen 7000 processors would be 170 W. Also the maximum power of the socket AM5 (LGA 1718) will be of 230 W, which they did not say at launch, causing great dissatisfaction among the company’s fans. They also revealed that the prototype used at the Computex 2022 it had 16 cores running at 5.5 GHz with multiple threads. AMD confirmed a few days later that the prototype had a working range of 170W.

AMD Ryzen 7000 Boost Frequency: Maximum at 5.85 GHz?

Maximum frequency limit

According to Angstronomics (we are not familiar with these media and cannot guarantee their credibility), the model top in gamma would reach i 5,85 GHz and that would be the maximum frequency limit. 5.85 GHz is a very high frequency, but since it was a prototype of the AMD Ryzen 7000 processors, the final specs could fall within that range or be altered. Some of 16 core available can exceed 5.5 GHz and produce speeds never before seen on an AMD Ryzen CPU.

Seeing an AMD Ryzen 7000 processor speed of 5.5 GHz already is a great achievement. So if the rumors are confirmed it would be great news for consumers looking to create a new one PC AM5 with the latest CPU Ryzen 7000 e Zen 4. Obviously, the prices of these devices are very high as they are designed only for motherboards AM5 socket top di gamma. Far superior to those based on CPU X670E con VRM.

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