The latest update of SiSoftware’s Sandra Titanium adds support for AMD’s upcoming Zen2 based Matisse processors. In case you weren’t aware, Matisse is the codename for the 7nm Zen2 chips for the mainstream and HEDT market, set to succeed the 12nm Pinnacle Ridge processors. This new update also adds support for Intel’s upcoming CometLake (CML), CannonLake (CNL), IceLake (ICL) processors, however, it’s based on the publicly available information such as the manufacturing process and architectures they’ll leverage. Other than that, Retpoline support has also been added for select CPUs.
We’ve already shared a crap-ton of details regarding the Ryzen 3000 lineup, including the expected performance boosts (15% higher IPC), the core counts (2x compared to Ryzen 2000) and the core clocks (4.5-5GHz). For more info on AMD’s Ryzen or Radeon products, visit our homepage.
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