AMD Ryzen Picasso: CPU Clock Speed of its processors leaked
By Ingrid Wilhelmina 2019-05-21 800 0
Over the last few weeks, we have seen some interesting data about the new line of Ryzen 3000 processors. Thanks to today's leaks, we have been able to know the clock frequencies of some of the future AMD Ryzen Picasso processors.
The clock frequencies of various Ryzen 3000 processors are revealed.
The company dedicated to computer components is finalizing the last adjustments in the line of new processors and the user TUM_APISAK has revealed the clock frequencies of some of them.
Among the data offered by the user we can highlight:
▪ AMD Ryzen 3 3200G - 3.60 GHz native and 4.00 GHz overclocked (Precision Boost)
▪ AMD Ryzen 5 3400G - 3.70 GHz native and 4.20 GHz overclocked (Precision Boost)
We have to stress that until we have official data, we don't have to take anything for granted. We expect AMD to unveil all Ryzen 3000 specifications on the Computex.
The reduction in transistor size up to 12nm of the AMD Ryzen Picasso considerably increases the efficiency of the processors. In addition, these processors carry the top version of 'Zen+', which offers an improved 'Precision Boost' algorithm and better cache memories. All this ultimately means an approximate 3% improvement in IPC over 'Pinnacle Ridge' and considerably increases multithreaded power.
The clock frequency of the processor cores and the integrated graphics card is expected to increase. Since we have an improvement in frequency of 100MHz and 300MHz over their predecessors, we predict that future integrated graphics will also receive the same treatment.
We are looking forward to learning more about the next line of AMD processors, i.e. Ryzen 3000. We have quite a lot of expectations thanks to the various data we are gradually collecting.
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