In the early morning of this morning, AMD officially released the Ryzen 7000 series desktop processor at the press conference, 5nm Zen4 architecture, the first 4 models, a minimum 6 -core 12 thread, a maximum of 16 cores and 32 threads, priced at $ 299 to $ 699, no no, no, no Price increase.
Everyone is most concerned about performance. According to AMD, the single -threaded performance of Ryzen 7000 increases by 29%and multi -threaded performance has increased by 35%.
Another suspense is the IPC performance. The Ryzen 7000 IPC announced by AMD before is 8-10%. Many people think that it is too low. Compared with the 19%of the Zen3 era, it is a bit conservative. Now AMD has also announced Zen4 in Zen4 Fixed 4.0GHz frequency, IPC performance under 8 -core 16 threads.
AMD tested 22 projects. The IPC in the CPUZ 1T single thread increased to the smallest, only 1%. The improvement of the Cinbench R23 1T as a test benchmark was only 9%. More than 10%, and reached more than 20%all the way.
The maximum increase of the two exceeded 30%, namely Dolphin Bench and WPRIME, with a maximum increase of 39%.
In summary, the IPC performance of Ryzen 7000 has increased by 13%. This number has increased compared to the previously announced 8-10%. In addition Around 5.8GHz, the overall performance improvement is still obvious.