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Why did AMD deliberately let the temperature of Ryzen 7000 soar to 95°C(203° F)?

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Why did AMD deliberately let the temperature of Ryzen 7000 soar to 95°C(203° F)?



 

Why did AMD deliberately let the temperature of Ryzen 7000 soar to 95°C(203° F)?

 

Everyone has seen the first review of AMD’s Ryzen 7000 processor.

Many people are concerned about whether its performance can surpass Intel’s 12th generation or even the upcoming 13th generation processor?

The test results in this regard are almost the same, but what many people don’t know is that the heat dissipation problem needs more attention.

In the first evaluation, the temperature of the Ryzen9 7950X reached 95°C, the power was 221W, and the full core frequency was as high as 5.2GHz.

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Many people are frightened by the high temperature of 95°C, thinking that the performance of the radiator is not good, but it is not the case.

Because not only is this temperature under air cooling, but also colleagues have tried water cooling for heat dissipation, and the result is that the highest temperature is 95°C.

 

Why did AMD deliberately let the temperature of Ryzen 7000 soar to 95°C(203° F)?

 

Why is this? In fact, this is AMD’s design. The Tjmax temperature limit of the Ryzen 7000 generation is set at 95°C, which is the temperature wall of AMD’s PBO frequency acceleration technology. maintain high frequency.

 

This is why the full-core acceleration frequency of the Ryzen9 7950X processor is still 5.2GHz at a temperature of 95°C.

Whether it is to increase the temperature limit or increase the TDP to 170W, AMD’s current design purpose is to improve performance as much as possible, relax temperature and even power consumption limit.

 

As for whether a temperature of 95°C will damage the CPU? Electronics are actually not as fragile as everyone thinks, and 95°C is far from the temperature limit. AMD is clearly prepared.

 

Of course, for gamers, the high temperature of 95°C will definitely feel high, but this cannot be solved by simply changing the radiator, and the power consumption and temperature upper limit should be limited from the BIOS settings.

 



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