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Some revelations about the AMD Ryzen 4000 “Zen3″….

Some revelations about the AMD Ryzen 4000 “Zen3″….

Yuri, alias 1usmus, author of the DRAM Calculator software for Ryzen, has just made a series of revelations about the upcoming AMD Ryzen 4000 “Zen3” on his Twitter account. As a reminder, Yuri is preparing a new software called ClockTuner, whose goal is to make your life easier concerning the overclocking of your Ryzen based on the Zen2 architecture. This new software should be available during the month of September.

From these various tweets we learned that we should see an AMD CPU with 10 cores. We would be on a processor with two CCDs (chiplets) with 5 cores activated each. The idea being surely to come to propose an alternative to the i9-10900K.
The memory controller should also be improved with the availability of new Infinity Fabric dividers. It should thus be possible to increase the DCT frequency in mixed mode.
Finally, the “Zen3” architecture would use Curve Optimizer, a new feature that allows the frequency of each core to be optimally adjusted. This is similar to what Yuri is doing with his ClockTuner software.

All this information led us to believe that maybe Yuri was well connected with AMD, until this last tweet: ” All the information I have posted can be easily obtained from the bios that contains AGESA ». All this information is of course to be taken with tweezers.”

AMD Vermeer

According to our sources, it would still be quite conceivable to see the 4th generation Ryzen “Vermeer” land this year!

Finally, what if the Ryzen “4000” were finally called Ryzen “5000”? But that’s for the next short…

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Edited by Calliers

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