After years of experience & LDquo; Core Wars & RDQuo; Intel, AMD seem to be back & LDquo; Frequency war & RDquo; .
According to reports, the 13th-generation Core flagship I9-13900K can accelerate to a staggering 5.8ghz, and the AMD Zen4 flagship Ryzen 9 7950X can also accelerate to 5.7ghz.
But according to digital bloggers; Poison warlock Marvin ” The latest revelation of theThe Ryzen 9 7950X's conventional acceleration limit is indeed 5.7GHz, but there's a catch. F-max” The acceleration rate, which can be as high as a terrifying 5.85GHz, is another 50MHz higher than its rivals.
The details of the F-MAX technology are not yet known, but it is not hard to speculate that it could be similar to Intel TVB, freeing up power space to achieve higher frequencies.
Going one step further,The player can even manually adjust the F-max Offset value, again mining the frequency space and exceeding the official set value.
Interestingly, back in May, the media reported that AMD Zen4 could speed up to 5.85GHz, but we didn't know what model it was for.
In addition, the same blog posted a screenshot of Ryzen 9 7950X CPU-Z. You can see that all parameters are still not identified, such as secondary cache gaps, but the craft, model, instruction set, etc., especiallySupport for AVX-512 is again confirmed.
AMD will announce the Ryzen 7000 series tomorrow morning. Wait for it.