It seems that evidently AMD’s Zen 4-based processors have begun to fall into the arms of overclockers. TecPowerUP says an unnamed overclocker is ‘deliding’ with the upcoming Ryzen 7000 CPU.

Sadly, only one image has been shared and we will not see the chip itself. Nevertheless the built-in heat spreader (IHS) seems really thick. Then once more, contemplating the capacitors positioned throughout the CPU, it ought to be pretty robust to delid these CPUs. Nonetheless, it should be well-known that every the I/O die and the CCDs are soldered. The IHS moreover appears to be glued at its protruding elements.

It reveals the trace of the dual chips (CCD) on the best of the built-in heat spreader you’ve got seen. The one half seen on the bottom is the place the I/O die sits. Throughout the meantime, permit us to remind you as quickly as as soon as extra that the I/O unit will residence the RDNA 2 built-in GPU. We have no idea if the Zen 4 CPU survived after the trial. The one who shared the image perhaps did it secretly and the availability is simply not shared.

The Ryzen 7000 sequence will attribute a dual-chip design with as a lot as eight Zen 4 cores each. New Ryzen chips for the desktop are formally launching this fall.

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