EVENT AND THE CHIP USED IS AN ENGINEERING SAMPLE SENT OUT TO THE PRESS

TO TEST UNDER NDA. Lisa Su has however, previously stated that thebase clock of the final chip will be 3.4 GHz. I have talked a littleabout the impact of the reduced clock speed below, but otherwise,these benchmarks are a perfect reference point of Ryzen performancenumbers. AMD usually makes sure that any outdated engineering samplesare replaced before the reviews go live. Without any further ado,


let’s dig into the review:







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data-ad-slot='8066714640'> INCREASE (WHICH USUALLY DOES NOT HAPPEN), THE K WILL STILL BE .%



FASTER THAN THE RYZEN. The maximum clock speed we have heard about is


around 3.5 GHz and even if that comes true, these benchmarks show thatthe 6900K is still comfortably ahead of the Ryzen (for optimized andunoptimized loads). That said, consider the fact that you are talkingabout a processor that is 2-3 times as expensive as the Ryzen but onlya few percentage points faster.If priced at the points we have heard about (given in the table below)then AMD will be able to give Intel an incredible amount of


competition – something which has been absent for the past fewyears. IT’S OFFICIAL, FOLKS, AMD IS BACK.





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