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AMD clarifies Max Boost Clocks feature

Posted on Monday, August 12 2019 @ 15:03:25 CEST by


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TechPowerUp noticed that AMD updated its product pages to clarify what "Max Boost Clocks" means on its new Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 series processors:
AMD over the weekend updated the product-pages of its Ryzen processors on the company website to be very specific about what they mean by "Max Boost Clocks," that are advertised almost as extensively as the processor's main nominal clock-speeds. AMD describes it has "the maximum single-core frequency at which the processor is capable of operating under nominal conditions." We read into this as the highest boost-clock given to one of the cores on the processor.




 



 

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