new SiSoftware benchmark results The Ryzen 5 7530U processor will feature 6 cores with SMT and 16MB of L3 cache.
The new chips incorporate three different Zen architectures including Zen 2, Zen 3 and Zen 4 into the Ryzen 7000 series lineup, marking AMD’s new mobile CPU strategy targeting different performance tiers and price points within the mobile space. Part of it.
AMD announced this along with a new naming scheme for its Ryzen 7000 mobile processors a few months ago, making the encrypted numbering system easier to crack.
For example, for the Ryzen 5 7530U. The 7 indicates the model year of the chip portfolio (Ryzen 7000 series, 8000 series, 9000 series, etc.) so you can tell if the CPU is old or new.
The next number in the lineup indicates the Ryzen market segment, whether it’s Ryzen 3, 5, 7 or 9 parts or Athlon Silver or Gold SKUs. Numbers 1 and 2 represent Althon parts, numbers 3 and 4 represent Ryzen 3, numbers 5 and 6 represent Ryzen 5, number 7 represents Ryzen 7, number 8 represents Ryzen 7 or Ryzen 9 parts, number 9 represents Ryzen 9 parts only . .
The next number is one of the most important to pay attention to, as it indicates the CPU architecture that the chip uses. 1 for Zen 1 and Zen+, 2 for Zen 2, 3 for Zen 3 and Zen 3+, 4 for Zen 4, 5 for Zen 5, and so on. For the Ryzen 5 7530U, we can see that it is a Zen 3 part. Based on the number 3.
The last digit of the sequence features only 0 or 5, with 0 representing the lower model in the segment and 5 representing the upper model. There is a letter at the end, HX for 55W+ parts, HS for 35W+ parts, U for 15-28W parts, C for 15-28W SKUs, ultra high efficiency 9W chips.
Zen 3 on Ryzen 7000 should be better than Zen 3 on Ryzen 5000
All we know about the actual chip is that it will have 6 cores, 12 threads, 3MB of L2 cache and 16MB of L3 cache. Runs at 2GHz base clock. What’s unclear is whether the 7530U will work with Zen 3 or Zen 3+. Zen 3+ is a more efficient version of Zen 3.
Unfortunately, we don’t have other SiSoftware results to compare, but we don’t believe the performance will exactly match the other Zen 3 and Zen 3+ Ryzen 5 SKUs. AMD is reusing these older CPU architectures for his Ryzen 7000, so expect AMD to beef up these chips with new features and potentially higher clock speeds.
Just because AMD uses an older CPU architecture doesn’t mean it will be as fast or as slow as older generation models running on the same CPU architecture.
AMD could make a lot of tweaks to the chip, like increasing clock speeds on newer TSMC nodes that are backward compatible with the same CPU architecture.Also AMD’s chiplet design allows for new features like DDR5 support. can also be added to older architectures.
A great example of this is AMD’s new entry level, which takes AMD’s Zen 2 CPU architecture and enhances it with new features like RDNA 2 graphics, LPDDR5 memory support, and TSMC’s 6nm node which boosts transistor density by 18%. Optimized Mendocino architecture. We don’t know how much extra performance 6nm will offer, but we expect improvements in power consumption, performance, or both.