Fmax (or Frequency max), is the maximum clock pace an AMD “Zen” processor will automatically improve/overclock to, at stock multiplier settings. To go outside of this, you’ll have to raise the multiplier value, and overclock the standard way. The Fmax price for AMD’s future flagship desktop processor, the Ryzen 9 7950X “Zen 4,” is reportedly established at 5.85 GHz. To facilitate this, you will have to allow configurations such as Precision Raise Overdrive (PBO), to eke out the electricity limitations required to get right here. Competing Intel components, this sort of as the “Raptor Lake” Core i9-13900K, is described to have a equivalent most increase frequency, of 5.80 GHz, but which is just for its 8 P-cores.