An alleged AIDA64 cache & memory benchmark of the AMD Ryzen 9 7900X “Zen four” Desktop CPU has been posted by leaker, HXL, showing a fifty% bandwidth gain over Zen three.
Alleged AMD Ryzen nine 7900X Zen three CPU Provides More than fifty% Better Bandwidth Than Zen three
HXL seems to have managed to get his fingers on what appears to be the AIDA64 cache and memory benchmark end result of an alleged AMD Ryzen 9 7900X Desktop CPU centered on the Zen 4 architecture. The benchmark precisely exhibits the L3 bandwidth and latency figures which are seemingly likely to get a substantially larger performance bump than Zen 3. And just before we get into the figures, let us communicate about the requirements of the Ryzen nine 7900X which we leaked yesterday.
— HXL (@9550pro) August 4, 2022
AMD Ryzen 9 7900X 12 Main “Zen 4” Desktop CPU
The AMD Ryzen nine 7900X, which as the title suggests, would arrive equipped with twelve cores and 24 threads. The CPU comes with an even increased foundation clock of four.seven GHz and a enhance clock adjusted at five.six GHz across a single core. The CPU retains its 170W TDP and will get seventy six MB of cache (sixty four MB L3 + 12 MB L2). The CPU will be positioned in the exact ballpark as the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X but with a CPU overall performance that would shake the floor from down below the Main i7-12700K.
Now coming to the benchmark, we get 1494.eight GB/s in Memory Study, 1445.seven GB/s bandwidth in Memory Create, 1476.six GB/s bandwidth in Memory Copy, and a latency of 10.1ns. Now we never know what form of requirements the total procedure was jogging but it really should be making use of the DDR5 DRAM.
For comparison uses, we immediately set together our test mattress and ran the Ryzen nine 5900X, Ryzen seven 5800X3D, and Main i9-12900K through the identical exams. The Ryzen system was jogging DDR4-3800 though the Intel system was managing DDR5-6000 memory. The results are down below: