The whole list of features for AMD’s Zen 4-based Ryzen 7000 CPUs has been revealed. Up to 16 cores with a single-boost frequency of 5.7GHz and 80MB of total cache will be present in the 5nm processors. The operating frequencies have significantly increased but the core counts have stayed the same. The Ryzen 9 5950X, for instance, has a base and (single-core) boost clock of 3.4GHz and 4.9GHz, whilst the 7950X will reach its maximum frequency of 5.7GHz.
The TDP will increase to 170W (base) and 230W, and the L2 cache will go from 8MB (512KB per core) to 16MB (1MB per core) (PPT). The Zen 3 flagship, by contrast, has a base TDP of 105W and a boost limit of 141W. With regard to the Ryzen 9 7900X, the L2 cache has been reduced to 12MB along with six of the cores, and it has a base clock speed of 4.7GHz and a peak speed of 5.6GHz. While the Ryzen 9 5900X can reach a maximum speed of 4.8GHz. The 7900X draws 230W when loaded, much as the 7950X.
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The Ryzen 7 7700X and the Ryzen 5 7600X, which are located at the bottom of the stack, both have a 105W TDP and a 141W boost power. On the fastest cores, the former runs at 5.4GHz and the latter at 5.3GHz, up from 3.8GHz and 3.7GHz on the 5800X and 5600X, respectively. The L3 cache is the same as the higher-end SKUs, but the L2 has been increased to 8MB and 6MB.