AMD Ryzen: first processors on ZEN architecture

AMD Ryzen: first processors on ZEN architecture

The network has the first AMD slides from the upcoming event New Horizon. Foreign sources report that the company is very soon going to present AMD Ryzen – the first processor by Zen architecture.

Summit Ridge eight-chip will be officially sold under the brand Ryzen, which AMD has registered a few weeks ago. The processor will receive 4 MB cache in the second level and 16 MB of L3 cache. This new product will be able to handle up to 16 logical threads simultaneously, and its nominal frequency is 3.4 GHz.

AMD Ryzen: Features

The new devices will be used automatic overclocking technology Extended Frequency Range (XFR). With this solution, the chips will automatically raise its operating frequency as long as the nominal cooling system copes with the increasing workload. The technology works great as with a conventional air-cooled, and when using the LSS or nitrogen.

AMD Ryzen: first processors on ZEN architecture

AMD Ryzen support mechanisms for energy optimization and cache management system. All this will make the new processors are more reliable and more economical than ever before.

AMD Ryzen: Price and release date

First deliveries AMD Ryzen begin early next year, along with top motherboards AMD motherboards. The exact price has not been revealed.

Source: anandtech

AMD Ryzen: first processors on ZEN architecture was last modified: December 14th, 2016 by Tomas Shellby