Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

 
 
To say the least we are excited about AMD’s Zen-based CPUs, which promise to bring some competition back into the CPU market later this year. 
 
For years Intel has been unchallenged, but now it looks like things are about to change thanks to AMD’s competitive new architecture. Before now we have only seen benchmarks from early Zen CPU samples, which feature lower clocks than AMD’s final Ryzen retail CPUs, leaving many to wonder exactly how high Ryzen will clock. 
 
Now some CES attendees have been able to get a closer look at AMD’s Ryzen demo units, revealing that AMD’s Ryzen CPU sample has a code name 1D3601A2M88F3_39/36_N, which reveals that the CPU has a base clock speed of 3.6GHz and a boost clock speed of 3.9GHz. 
 
Previously leaked benchmarks for AMD’s Ryzen CPUs were using early CPU samples with base clock speeds of 3.15GHz, a boost/turbo clock speeds of 3.3GHz on all cores and a maximum turbo boost of 3.5GHz on a single CPU core. With AMD’s new F3 revision CPU clock speeds are increased by at least 400MHz in all clock speed modes, which will offer a significant performance increase to AMD’s final product. 

  

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

 

Canard PC Hardware has also revealed that AMD has already created an F4 revision of their Ryzen CPUs, which feature a turbo clock speed of 4.0GHz, which is fantastic news for AMD. 

With these clock speeds, AMD’s Ryzen flagship should easily be able to outperform Intel’s 6900K in some applications, provided that previously leaked benchmarks hold true. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD’s Ryzen demo CPUs running at 3.6GHz base and 3.9GHz boost on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

 
 
To say the least we are excited about AMD’s Zen-based CPUs, which promise to bring some competition back into the CPU market later this year. 
 
For years Intel has been unchallenged, but now it looks like things are about to change thanks to AMD’s competitive new architecture. Before now we have only seen benchmarks from early Zen CPU samples, which feature lower clocks than AMD’s final Ryzen retail CPUs, leaving many to wonder exactly how high Ryzen will clock. 
 
Now some CES attendees have been able to get a closer look at AMD’s Ryzen demo units, revealing that AMD’s Ryzen CPU sample has a code name 1D3601A2M88F3_39/36_N, which reveals that the CPU has a base clock speed of 3.6GHz and a boost clock speed of 3.9GHz. 
 
Previously leaked benchmarks for AMD’s Ryzen CPUs were using early CPU samples with base clock speeds of 3.15GHz, a boost/turbo clock speeds of 3.3GHz on all cores and a maximum turbo boost of 3.5GHz on a single CPU core. With AMD’s new F3 revision CPU clock speeds are increased by at least 400MHz in all clock speed modes, which will offer a significant performance increase to AMD’s final product. 

  

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

 

Canard PC Hardware has also revealed that AMD has already created an F4 revision of their Ryzen CPUs, which feature a turbo clock speed of 4.0GHz, which is fantastic news for AMD. 

With these clock speeds, AMD’s Ryzen flagship should easily be able to outperform Intel’s 6900K in some applications, provided that previously leaked benchmarks hold true. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD’s Ryzen demo CPUs running at 3.6GHz base and 3.9GHz boost on the OC3D Forums. 

 

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

 
 
To say the least we are excited about AMD’s Zen-based CPUs, which promise to bring some competition back into the CPU market later this year. 
 
For years Intel has been unchallenged, but now it looks like things are about to change thanks to AMD’s competitive new architecture. Before now we have only seen benchmarks from early Zen CPU samples, which feature lower clocks than AMD’s final Ryzen retail CPUs, leaving many to wonder exactly how high Ryzen will clock. 
 
Now some CES attendees have been able to get a closer look at AMD’s Ryzen demo units, revealing that AMD’s Ryzen CPU sample has a code name 1D3601A2M88F3_39/36_N, which reveals that the CPU has a base clock speed of 3.6GHz and a boost clock speed of 3.9GHz. 
 
Previously leaked benchmarks for AMD’s Ryzen CPUs were using early CPU samples with base clock speeds of 3.15GHz, a boost/turbo clock speeds of 3.3GHz on all cores and a maximum turbo boost of 3.5GHz on a single CPU core. With AMD’s new F3 revision CPU clock speeds are increased by at least 400MHz in all clock speed modes, which will offer a significant performance increase to AMD’s final product. 

  

Ryzen CES demo units run with 3.6GHz base clocks and 3.9GHz boost clocks

 

Canard PC Hardware has also revealed that AMD has already created an F4 revision of their Ryzen CPUs, which feature a turbo clock speed of 4.0GHz, which is fantastic news for AMD. 

With these clock speeds, AMD’s Ryzen flagship should easily be able to outperform Intel’s 6900K in some applications, provided that previously leaked benchmarks hold true. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD’s Ryzen demo CPUs running at 3.6GHz base and 3.9GHz boost on the OC3D Forums.