AMD demonstrates Ryzen 7000 Zen4 CPU reaching 5.5 GHz while gaming

Published: May 23rd 2022, 05:50 GMT   Comments

AMD Ryzen 7000 at 5.5 GHz

AMD demos its upcoming desktop Ryzen 7000 CPU. 

The picture shows AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU running at 5520.3 MHz speed during a gameplay of Ghostwire: Toyko. Unfortunately we do not know if this is a single core frequency or if the CPU was overclocked (we will update this article soon). However, AMD already showcased its Ryzen 7000 CPU at CES 2022 running all-core 5 GHz, thus such a frequency for a single core wouldn’t be completely surprising, yet it’s even higher than rumored.

AMD Ryzen 7000 CPU at 5.5 GHz, Source: AMD

Officially, AMD Zen4 architecture will provide boost clocks over 5 GHz and over 15% single-thread uplift. Next-gen AM5 CPUs operate within 65W to 170W power range.

AMD Zen4 Enhancements, Source: AMD

AMD Ryzen 7000 series officially launch ‘this fall’. The new CPU series will require entirely new motherboards based on 600-series chipsets.

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