AMD conducted its presentation as part of the Computex 2022 exhibition, where the Ryzen 7000 processors officially presented the world for 5-nanometer architecture Zen 4. The number of nuclei has not changed relative to the two previous generations, but AMD promises 15% higher performance in single-flow calculations (regarding Zen 3), the maximum boost to frequencies above 5 GHz, doubled the L2 cache for each nucleus, as well as support for instructions to accelerate working with AI, DDR5-memory and PCIe 5.0. Also, these processors will receive the built -in RDNA 2 graphics, but, unfortunately, we were not informed by its specifications.
To demonstrate performance, AMD compared the 16-core Ryzen 7000 with the Intel Core i9-12900K processor in the speed of the scene with Blender, and the upcoming News of the Reds turned out to be 31% faster (204 seconds against 297 seconds). Both systems used DDR5-6400 RAM (CL32), motherboards with top chipsets, the same SSD and the Radeon RX 6950 XT video card.
As for the frequency of Bust, at the presentation it was shown on the example of the game in Ghostwire: Tokyo, where some Ryzen 7000 processor dispersed himself to 5.52 GHz, thereby caught up with the current leader in the frequency of Bust I9-12900ks.