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  • AMD: New Ryzen 3000 not designed for overclocking

    The emergence of a new processor on the market is a challenge for overclockers: enthusiasts are trying to maximize the acceleration of iron to indicators not provided for in the documentation. But the first buyers of AMD Ryzen 3000 faced an unexpectedly limited overclocking potential of the new product. The situation was commented by the official representative of the vendor.

    AMD: New Ryzen 3000 not designed for overclocking

    It turned out that the processors of this model range out of the box work at the limit of power. AMD's senior technical marketing manager Robert Hollock, in a dialogue with users of the Reddit portal, confirmed that Precision Boost 2 technology already squeezes the best out of the new processors.


    "Even when all the cores are loaded, the processor can support frequencies hundreds of megahertz higher than the base ones," said Hallock.

    According to him, the task of the company's engineers is to immediately maximize the performance of the product through special algorithms. Overclocking fans can't count on manual overclocking. They will get the same performance as the average user who knows nothing about overclocking.

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