5.2GHz AMD Zen 4 Test CPU Appears in Database, Then Disappears


AMD’s Zen 4 CPUs aren’t expected until the second half of the year, but the leaks are already rolling in in earnest, with the latest discovered by Petykeman (via Tom’s Hardware) on the OpenBenchmarking website. The entry to the Phoronix benchmark shows an engineering preview from AMD touting some interesting details about AMD’s follow-up to the Zen 3, including the fact that it’s running at 5.21 GHz, it’s an 8-core, 16-thread chip, and that has integrated graphics in the form of the AMD GFX1036.

The original entry on OpenBenchmarking.org has since been removed, or at least hidden from prying eyes, though the power of the Wayback Machine means it’s still available if you want to take a look. The entry for the Zen 4 chip was captured on May 9.




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