AMD Ryzen 3000 line offers up to 4.5GHz and 15% higher IPC?

Posted on Monday, Apr 29 2019 @ 13:18 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
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WCCF Tech made a compilation of some of the latest leaks and rumors about AMD's upcoming Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 series. First up, word is going around that the new Ryzen processors will feature an IPC that's 15 percent better than the existing Zen+ parts, and that engineering samples with boost frequencies of up to 4.5GHz are making the rounds.
The report states that the samples allegedly feature a 15% boost in terms of IPC which would be a good increase over existing Zen+ based parts that already lifted the IPC by 3% over Ryzen 1st Gen CPUs. It is also reported that the boost frequency for these samples is reported at up to 4.5 GHz which should scale better with higher core and higher TDP parts. It looks like AMD would make a serious focus on the efficiency of their 7nm processors while delivering a good boost in processor performance over the last generation parts.
The memory controller reportedly got a minor upgrade and the new AMD X570 chipset will reportedly offer 40 PCI Express 4.0 lanes. Next, there's also a rumor that motherboards with the A320 chipset will not support Ryzen 3000 processors.

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