A fresh leak from our South Korean friends.
AMD Ryzen 7 2000 up to 4.35 GHz
Probably the most interesting part of this leak is the maximum XFR 2.0 turbo frequency for this particular Ryzen sample: 4.35 GHz. The XFR 2.0 option is not enabled for existing Summit Ridge Ryzen 1000 series CPUs. It is available for Ryzen 5 2400G though. At this point, it’s unclear if XFR 2.0 will be fully supported by all existing 300-series motherboards.
The sample used by HWBattle team is clearly based on Zen+ architecture since no Ryzen was capable of 4.35 GHz stock frequency as of yet. The CPU is detected as AMD Ryzen: XXXX which indicated preproduction sample, most likely given to one of the motherboard makers.
The sample was tested with ASRock X370 Gaming ITX/ac motherboard.
AIDA64 memory benchmark:
Ryzen 7 2000 vs Ryzen 7 1700X
A series of tests were performed with new Ryzen CPU, including physics score measurement in 3DMark software.
The single-core Cinebench score for new Ryzen has surpassed Intel’s Core i5-7600K.
Source: Hardware Battle