From its official announcement at CES earlier this year to its official release at the end of August, AMD's Ryzen 7000 processor has always had a problem. The IPC performance announced by AMD does not match the performance on display. The official IPC performance was 8-10%, while the average IPC improvement announced at the end of August was 13%.
Many of the previous Revelations were IPC increased by more than 20%, so after AMD announced IPC, netizens are a little confused and even disappointed,Not only is this much lower than expected, but there are a number of inconsistencies, such as a 15% increase for single cores and a 35% increase for multi-cores (the number of cores is the same, after all).
What does that actually look like? A lot of people suspected that AMD was deliberately weakening the performance of Ryzen 7000 in the publicity, this time probably guessed correctly,Whether it is domestic get Rui dragon 7000 netizen, or push netizen's Revelations, show AMD this time left a hand, the IPC performance announced at the conference intentionally or unintentionally pulled down expectations.
Not only is the IPC performance likely to exceed the official 10% or 13% figure, but the Ryzen 7000's acceleration rate will also be surprising. Both single-core and multi-core acceleration rates are significantly improved compared to the previous generation, even to the point of unbelievable.
The SPECIFIC results have not been announced yet, but this time A fan can be A little relieved, Ryzen 7000 against 13 generation Core do not have to worry about losing, maybe it is full of surprises.