Leaks arrive around the AMD Ryzen 4000 processors, which belongs to the Vermeer family, and which integrates the coveted Zen3 microarchitecture with an improved 7nm manufacturing process. The leaked data reveals the existence of a couple of models.
The first of them offers 8 cores and 16 threads of processing, and from this, it seems that there will be three variants that will move with Base / Turbo frequencies between 3.80 / 4.40 GHz and between 4.00 / 4.60 GHz for two other models. This means that the most advanced model offers an extra 100 MHz in Base / Turbo frequencies compared to the Ryzen 7 3800X, remembering that a Zen3 at the same speed as a Zen2 would be at least 17% faster according to the latest rumors.
Name: Vermeer (VMR)
OPN 1: 100-000000063-07_46 / 40_N
OPN 2: 100-000000063-08_46 / 40_Y
OPN 3: 100-000000063-23_44 / 38_N
OPN 1: 100-000000059-14_46 / 37_Y
OPN 2: 100-000000059-15_46 / 37_N
On the other hand, we have a 16-core CPU and 32 processing threads marked at 3.70 / 4.60 GHz, which implies an extra 200 MHz in the Base frequencies compared to the Ryzen 9 3950X, but 100 MHz less in the Turbo frequencies, something that perhaps solvent in the final version.
All these CPUs are still in the engineering sample phase (A0), so in their final version (A1) there may be changes in the speeds of the silicon, where generally, at least, they are always the same or higher.