According to the website SkatterBench Ryzen 9 7900 GPU performance with overclocking, has increased by 42 percent. In this regard, the processor used was specifically the Ryzen 9 7900 non-X model with 12 cores and 24 threads, which was available and overclocked with a base clock of 3.7 GHz and a boost clock of 5.4 GHz.
These processors support an integrated main GPU, however, you can’t expect very good performance for games. However, it will be interesting to see the performance of this dual-core RDNA2 GPU after overclocking, while the base clock of this GPU is 2.4GHz. The iGPU running at a base voltage of 0.997 under the Furmark workload consumed about 38.5 watts, however, overclocking it increased the voltage to 1.395, which resulted in a frequency increase of 3.1 GHz.
The memory clock is also now set to 3200MHz, giving the total GPU plus SoC power output of approximately 60,689W, which is twice the factory stock setting. In this regard, Overclocker has used a GFX curve optimizer with various system tricks to achieve these numbers.
While this overclocking was successful, the most important improvement was the 42% increase in performance, which is reported to be less in some games. AMD has recently released this series of desktop processors with integrated graphics processor support, and the company’s focus has been on providing products with gaming use and optimal energy consumption performance. The new chips are based on TSMC’s 5nm FinFET manufacturing technology, and as seen, their overclocking performance is also described as appropriate.
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