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AMD Ryzen sample at CES runs at 3.6GHz with 3.9GHz Boost

Posted on Friday, January 06 2017 @ 12:18:27 CET by


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TechPowerUp writes AMD is giving private demontrations of its Ryzen CPU at CES 2017. The engineering sample shown at the event had a base clockspeed of 3.6GHz and a boost that cranked up the frequency to 3.9GHz.

That's 200MHz higher than the chip AMD showed at last month's New Horizon event.
You can see those clocks at the below screenshot, where "1D3601A2M88F3_39/36_N" (the code for the engineering sample Ryzen chip) makes it clear this is an F3 stepping processor, with the 39 referring to the boost clock, and the 36 referring to its base clock.
AMD Ryzen at CES GHz

According to the rumor mill, AMD already has F4 stepping chips running at a boost clock of 4GHz.

Source: Hardwareluxx



 



 

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