AMD has released a new video in which AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su and VP of Marketing John Taylor discuss Ryzen and head into the labs for a sneak peek into how Ryzen 5 processors are performing in advance of their April 11th launch.
AMD has also showcased its Ryzen CPUs running with faster memory modules. AMD showed its Ryzen 7 1800X CPU running with DDR4-2933 and compared it with a similar system in which the memory was replaced with DDR4-2133Mhz. AMD ran F1 2016’s benchmark tool and the first system performed better by an average of 16fps.
AMD will release four Ryzen 5 CPUs on April 11th. Two of them will be quad-cores and the other two will be six-cores.