AMD Ryzen 7000 Engineering Edition processor first exploded

AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors are scheduled to be released in 2022 and will use Zen 4 architecture and 5nm process technology. However, two engineering version processors are currently participating in a distributed scientific computing project, and some parameters and computing results have been exposed.

The project is called MilkyWay@Home , and volunteers can contribute computing power to help create a high-precision 3D model of the Milky Way. The Ruilong 7000 series processors exposed this time have a total of 16 cores and 8 cores, both of which are engineering versions. The models are:

  • AMD Eng Sample: 100-000000665-21_N [Family 25 Model 96 Stepping 0]
  • AMD Eng Sample: 100-000000666-21_N [Family 25 Model 96 Stepping 0]

According to the Twitter account BenchLeaks, from the model point of view, the two processors are very early engineering versions. As can be seen from the data, the processor shares 1MB L2 cache for every two cores, and also has 64MB L3 V-Cache.

In terms of performance, the floating-point operation and integer operation performance of the Ryzen 7000 series processors will far exceed the current flagship R9 5950X. On the website, the integer operation performance is several times that of the R9 5950X. It should be noted that this score only represents the specific performance of the processor running distributed computing projects, and does not represent the overall performance.
According to AMD's official news, the Ryzen 7000 series processors will be able to achieve full-core 5GHz operation, and the IPC performance will be significantly improved. The processor will use the AM5 interface, the LGA1718 specification, the top cover is in the shape of an octopus, and the substrate above is distributed with a large number of capacitors. In addition, the Ryzen 7000 series will support DDR5 memory and is expected to have up to 28 PCIe 5.0 channels to support more high-speed devices.

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