AMD Ryzen 7000 Series 8-Core Processor Spotted on Testing Platform with 5.2 GHz Clock Speed

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AMD may be officially breaking the 5 GHz speed barrier with its next round of Ryzen processors for desktop systems. One of the first Ryzen 7000 Series chips had temporarily appeared on as part of a run on the Phoronix Test Suite, revealing an engineering sample that features 8 cores and an exciting clock speed of 5.2 GHz—a specification that’s admirably higher than even the highest maximum boost clock listed for AMD’s current flagship, the Ryzen 9 5950X (4.9 GHz). Recent reports have suggested that AMD may launch its first Ryzen 7000 Series processors and accompanying AM5 platform as early as September.

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More importantly, we now have the ID of the Zen4 desktop CPU’s integrated graphics. Here’s a reminder that Raphael will be the first mainstream Ryzen platform to feature integrated graphics. Thus far, this has been a domain for mobile Ryzen APUs, some of which were later re-released as desktop G-series. The Raphael CPUs will go exactly the opposite direction, by debuting on desktops and later going to mobile devices, as high-end gaming 55W CPUs codenamed “Dragon Range”, or so it is rumored.

Source: OpenBenchmarking (via VideoCardz)

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