Check the fine print: It was overclocked to 6 GHz: https://www.techpowerup.com/273426/...rocessor-overclocked-to-6-ghz-and-geekbenched2024 single core?? Wow!!
Well that deflates that balloon. Nevertheless 3rd Gen Ryzen is still looking pretty good.Check the fine print: It was overclocked to 6 GHz: https://www.techpowerup.com/273426/...rocessor-overclocked-to-6-ghz-and-geekbenched
“the processor appears to be overclocked to 6 GHz, as pointed out in the gb5 files of the benchmark listings, which show the processor's frequency swing between 5931 MHz and 6023 MHz during the test.”
True. And price cuts just in time for Rocket lake.Well that deflates that balloon. Nevertheless 3rd Gen Ryzen is still looking pretty good.
The higher price is a sound marketing strategy the prevents sales of existing Ryzen processors from being cannibalized before 3rd Gen appears. After three or four months, AMD can reduce prices or offer discounts in the face of more competition.
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