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AMD Explains Why Ryzen 3000 Chips Do Not Reach Declared Frequencies

05.09.2019 0 Comments

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<p>The problem is the microcode. </p> 

<p>AMD has recognized a problem with its latest AMD Ryzen 3000 processors. Earlier we wrote that most of the chips in this series do not reach the frequencies declared by the manufacturer.</p>
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The technology giant's experts conducted their own investigation and found the reason why the Ryzen 3000 refuse to work at maximum speed.


“We are aware that some 3rd generation Ryzen users were not able to reach our stated clock speeds in boost mode. Of course, this indicator depends not only on the processor itself, but also on many other factors, such as computer configuration, cooling system and load at a particular moment. However, we carefully read the reviews and found the problem. It lies in the microcode, which is sometimes able to underestimate the frequency, ”AMD said on Twitter’s.

Fortunately, according to experts, the problem is easily solved, and in the very near future AMD will release a patch that will fix the defect. The fix roadmap will be published on September 10th.

Source: Twitter

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