The AMD Ryzen™ 7 processor is here - this ground-breaking CPU is AMD’s most powerful multi-core desktop processor ever, and caters perfectly to the enthusiast market.
Ryzen 7 will target the enthusiast market for customers who are looking for high performance, performance tuning, and genuine innovation in processor design. AMD has created a brand new core and succeeded in improving IPC by over 52%,1 making it AMD’s strongest CPU to date. New L2 and L3 caches have been added for extreme performance, along with improvements in energy efficiency and a whole host of new unique features.
Ryzen 7 – AMD’s Most Advanced CPU is Packed with Ground-breaking Technology
Ryzen 7 is the answer to customers’ increasing demand for high performance, both in gaming and other CPU-heavy applications, such as 3D modelling and rendering, media encoding, and CAD programs. It empowers users with customization options, including unlocked multipliers for performance tuning.2,3 Support features such as DDR4 memory, PCIe® Gen 34 and an array of intelligent features squeeze every bit of performance out of the CPU.
The Ryzen architecture contains the new AMD SenseMI technology, which intelligently optimizes performance while sensibly managing power. An array of networked smart sensors actuate to the millivolt and milliamp level inside the Infinity Fabric and work in unison to optimize power consumption intelligently, without sacrificing system performance. This new technology combination of Pure Power and Precision Boost allows Ryzen 7 to gather information to intelligently and dynamically adjust its frequency in increments as small as 25MHz for fine-tuned system performance.
What’s more, for builders who chose premium cooling solutions, AMD’s Extended Frequency Range (XFR) technology will automatically raise clock speeds to take above the rated maximum to take full advantage of the high-performance cooling available.5 Another unique technology includes Neural Net Prediction, a smart AI that allows Ryzen 7 to learn how the user’s applications are using the CPU. By anticipating and pre-loading CPU instructions, Smart Prefetch helps ensure the right data for the instructions is ready and waiting, resulting in fast and responsive computing on a Ryzen 7 CPU, both in gaming and beyond.
Ryzen 7 – What Sets It Apart?
With advancements in technology such as DDR4 memory, PCIe® Gen 3,4 and NVMe, Ryzen 7 is AMD’s answer to customers’ demands for high-end CPUs. Ryzen 7 processors combine the new “Zen” x86 architecture in 8 cores, 16 threads and 20MB cache, with new SenseMI features to offer superior experiences in a CPU that’s unlike anything that’s been offered to customers before.
The ultra-large cache and 14nm FINFET technology aim to give Ryzen 7 users enthusiast-class performance with incredibly fast response times and application speeds. And customers expect the type of leading edge performance per watt in gaming and prosumer applications from their PC enabled by Ryzen 7.
The Ryzen architecture has been developed by AMD for customers looking for future-ready technology. Demand for better performance, bigger caches and more cores have resulted in a CPU that delivers everything users demand and much more. Modern programs continue to require the utilization of more cores and threads; Ryzen 7 is the ideal CPU for high-performance tasks, ranging from gaming, streaming, workstation and more.
Ryzen 7 intends to redefine the enthusiast market and user expectations of high-end performance. Every Ryzen processor is unlocked,2,3 meaning performance can go beyond the already incredible speeds that come stock out-of-the-box.
Ryzen 7 – The Future of Enthusiast Grade CPUs
The future is Ryzen. With it comes a host of exciting and forward-thinking features that will drive CPU usage, power, and efficiency forward. AMD has reset the bar with this brand new CPU and is exceeding expectations. Enthusiasts can now enjoy and utilize the incredible power of the AMD Ryzen 7 processor.
- Generational IPC uplift for the “Zen” architecture vs. “Piledriver” architecture is +52% with an estimated SPECint_base2006 score compiled with GCC 4.6 –O2 at a fixed 3.4GHz. Generational IPC uplift for the “Zen” architecture vs. “Excavator” architecture is +64% as measured with Cinebench R15 1T, and also +64% with an estimated SPECint_base2006 score compiled with GCC 4.6 –O2, at a fixed 3.4GHz. System configs: AMD reference motherboard(s), AMD Radeon™ R9 290X GPU, 8GB DDR4-2667 (“Zen”)/8GB DDR3-2133 (“Excavator”)/8GB DDR3-1866 (“Piledriver”), Ubuntu Linux 16.x (SPECint_base2006 estimate) and Windows® 10 x64 RS1 (Cinebench R15). SPECint_base2006 estimates: “Zen” vs. “Piledriver” (31.5 vs. 20.7 | +52%), “Zen” vs. “Excavator” (31.5 vs. 19.2 | +64%). Cinebench R15 1t scores: “Zen” vs. “Piledriver” (139 vs. 79 both at 3.4G | +76%), “Zen” vs. “Excavator” (160 vs. 97.5 both at 4.0G| +64%). GD-108
- AMD's product warranty does not cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via AMD hardware
- AMD Ryzen features and benefits depend on system configuration and may require enabled hardware, software or service activation. Performance varies depending on system configuration. Check with your motherboard and system manufacturer.
- AMD SenseMI technology features vary by model. For specific capabilities of different processor models, please visit www.amd.com. If your system is pre-built, contact your manufacturer for additional information.