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AMD Ryzen Leaks, Features And Price: New Processor Coming Out With The Best Features

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AMD Ryzen launch date is yet to be confirmed by the company. However, the leaked benchmark details are giving an idea about the upcoming AMD processor.

As per the RYZEN benchmark leaks published by a Chinese web forum, Ryzen CPU will carry 8 cores and 16 threads along with a shared cache of 4 MB + 16 (8+8) MB (L2+ L3). The chip will be clocked at the speed of 3.4 GHz.

In the Cinebench R15 benchmark, the AMD RYZEN chip could get 1188 cb points in the CPU rendering test. The ability of AMD Ryzen is impressive. ?The Core i7-7700K got 966 points at stock and 1083 points when overclocked to 5GHz, according to WCCFTECH.

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AMD Ryzen Rumored Features And Price

AMD Ryzen CPU is likely to have the price tag around $800. AMD will also provide tough competition to Intel processors. But having a costly price tag will affect its market. If AMD can keep the price tag $500 for the 8-core processor, many customers will move from Intel to AMD.

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It can also have artificial intelligence for its branch prediction. It will have a TDP under 100 w. AMD also uses a neural network in its branch prediction subsystem, according to electronic design. The power management system called ?infinity fabric? will enable the processor to control the temperature, clock frequency, and system voltages. There is one more technology called The Ryzen SenseMI, which will take care of automatic overclocking.

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Pure Power feature will enhance cooling. The Extended Frequency Range (XFR) will handle the overclockers. ?AMD Ryzen will consist AMD?s AM4 motherboard with the Bristol Ridge chipset. ?It will use dual memory channel DDR4 memory subsystem. ?The chipset can support USB 3.1 Gen 2, NVMe, and SATA Express. AMD wants to innovate something new in the industry with Ryzen. “The desktop market is hungry for change as new and demanding use cases like VR, 3D modeling, and eSports require intense amounts of processing and graphics power. We designed Ryzen processors to excel in these areas and to bring much-needed innovation and competition back to desktop PCs,? AMD senior vice president Jim Anderson also said.

AMD?s processor was previously named as Zen. According to Yibada, AMD also had many names in mind for the upcoming processor. ThreadRipper, Vara, Joro, Jitzu and Grok are some of the name ideas. Finally, it selected Reyzen. It is derived from the two words Rise and ?Zen.

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