The AMD booth at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 also featured the new AMD Ryzen 3000 processor manufactured in the 7 nm process, a highlight of the fair.
Technically, the processor is based on the Zen-2 architecture used in server processors. AMD’s goal is to beat the Intel Core i9-9900K (8 cores, 3.60 GHz clock, 5.00 GHz turbo) with the new processor. During the show, AMD CEO Lisa Su explained that Intel’s flagship Cinebench 15 could be beaten with „not final“ clock rates. While the Intel Core i9-9900K reached 2,040 points, AMD could score 2,057 points with its new processor. An AMD Ryzen 3000 with a turbo clock of 4.60 GHz was used. However, this clock rate has not yet been confirmed by AMD.
Performance in everyday use still unclear
Compared to the current AMD Ryzen 7 2700X (4.30 GHz Turbo), AMD has achieved a performance increase of 15 percent. This was achieved by the higher clock rate and the increased...
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