AMDBased on the Zen 2 architecture developed by . Ryzen 3000 processors are slowly coming to the market. However, it turned out that AMD could not reach the turbo speeds specified on the box.
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overclocking specialist Der8auer Ryzen 3000 In his research on processors, he saw that in general, processors could not reach the announced turbo speeds. Only a couple of models can reach turbo speeds.
Collecting data from more than 3000 Ryzen 3000 users worldwide, Der8auer has prepared a report. For example, only 5.6 percent of those using the 12-core Ryzen 9 3900X processor stated that they could reach turbo speeds.
At the lower levels the situation is slightly better. Ryzen 5 3600 Almost half of its users state that they can reach the specified turbo speeds. Der8auer states that it does not include data that uses custom refrigerants, uses PBO, or attempts to influence results. In other words, the event was approached from a slightly more standard user perspective. Tests were made with Cinebench R15 and data was obtained with HWinfo.
Last week, AMD announced that it would limit boost speeds for longevity. It is unknown whether the issue has anything to do with it. However, Der8auer recommends that the Ryzen 3000 processors perform very well according to the price.