After almost have a decade of work on Zen micro architecture for the AMD x86 processors, 2017 marks the company’s latest effort in luring the high end gaming market. AMD has truly progressed to the next level of PC processing power with its latest release. It’s name? Ryzen. With 8 cores 16 threads, 16MB of L3 smart cache, a base clock of 3.7 GHz that can turbo up to 4.0 GHz, and a TDP of 95W. The Ryzen 1800X is the pinnicle of processing power.
AMD Ryzen Master provides for up to four profiles to store custom clocks and voltage adjustments for both the Ryzen™ CPU and DDR4 memory. You can park cores and adjust memory timings, too.
Accurate hardware status updates are vital, so AMD Ryzen Master has you covered with both real-time monitoring and a histogram of per-core clock rates and temperature, including average and peak readings.
AMD introduces SenseMI technology, a set of learning and adapting features that help the AMD Ryzen™ processor customize its performance to you and your applications. Finally: performance that thinks.
Cool and quiet processor operation using a sophisticated grid of smart sensors.
Fine-tuned processor performance adjusted in real time to meet the performance demands of your game or app.
Extended Frequency Range
Automatic extra performance boost for enthusiasts with premium systems and processor cooling.
Neural Net Prediction
Built-in artificial intelligence that primes your processor to tackle your app workload more efficiently.
Learning algorithms that predict and pre-load needed data for fast and responsive computing.
AMD’s high-performance x86 Core “Zen” architecture delivers >52% improvement in instructions-per-clock cycle over the previous generation AMD core, without increasing power.
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AMD Ryzen Master Utility
AMD SenseMI Technology
XFR (Extended Frequency Range)
“Zen” Core Architecture