The third generation of Ryzen processors will be loaded with new features, but one of the most relevant is the improved support for Precision Boost Overdrive technology. Originally, this technology was designed for the Ryzen 2000 with the aim of providing more power to processors to achieve better frequencies – always within energy and thermal limits. With Zen 2 this feature will go much further, reaching up to 200 MHz extra boost at the boost frequencies.
AMD, in the hands of its technical director of marketing, Robert Hallock, has made this video to explain how technology works Basically remember that it uses the VRM of the motherboards to increase the power for the CPU and increase the frequencies The interesting thing about the Ryzen 3000 series is that it allows more juicy overclocks to be made automatically: those additional 200 MHz that we talked about above. So we can get better performance as long as our plate-potentially an X570 according to what is discussed in the video-allows it. Do you want to refresh concepts? Check out these other keys on the new generation of AMD processors.