Benchmarks surface for an AMD Ryzen 12-core CPU

Benchmarks surface for an AMD Ryzen 12-core CPU

Benchmarks surface for an AMD Ryzen 12-core CPU

 
Benchmarks surface for an AMD Ryzen 12-core CPU, coming in what look like an Alienware system and with base/boost clock speeds of 2.7/3.2GHz.  
 
This again hints at a premium consumer-oriented platform from AMD, which is designed to offer additional CPU cores for productivity. We have already heard rumours of a 16-core, 32-thread CPU from AMD, with this new 12-core CPU suggesting that this will be part of a larger series of Ryzen-based CPUs. 
 
Some are suggesting that this CPU will be part of AMD’s Ryzen 9 series, coming with a larger CPU socket than AM4 for productivity-based systems. This will be similar to X99’s place in the market when compared to Z270, coming with additional CPU cores and lower clock speeds than desktop counterparts. “
 

Benchmarks surface for an AMD Ryzen 12-core CPU

 

 

At this time AMD has not confirmed of denied the existence of a high-end desktop platform beyond AM4, though that has not stopped many from calling this the Ryzen 9 series of CPUs, with this new platform allegedly being based on an upcoming X390 motherboard platform. 

 

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