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Rumor: Ryzen 7000 max boost 5.85 GHz


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According to Angstronomics (we're not familiar with this media and can't vouch for their credibility), the top-of-the-line model would reach 5.85 GHz and would be the maximum frequency limit. 5.85 GHz is a really high frequency, but given that this was a prototype of the AMD Ryzen 7000 processors, the final specification might be within that range or altered. Some of the 16 available cores may exceed 5.5GHz and produce speeds never before seen on an AMD Ryzen CPU. We're already delighted to see AMD Ryzen 7000 processor speeds of 5.5GHz, so anything above that would be a treat for consumers looking to create a new socket AM5 PC with the latest desktop CPUs. Ryzen 7000 and Zen 4. Of course, such rates can only be allowed on top-of-the-line socket AM5 motherboards, which, as we've seen, will not be cheap, such as those based on the X670E CPUs with VRM efficiently manage the power supply requirements for newer motherboards and processors.





If true, we could start seeing 6ghz OCs on Intel AND AMD soon. 



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