处理器没有做任何额外超频，靠常见的Asetek 280mm AIO水冷头镇压。
至于170W功耗，AMD强调，170W是AM5接口的PPT功耗（Package Power Tracking），实际TDP（热设计功耗）是125W，比Zen 3仅仅高了20W。同时由于AM5/AM4散热孔距不变，多数老的散热器同样可以驾驭新CPU。
This week, AMD officially introduced key information about the Zen 4 architecture Ryzen desktop processor, including core architecture, performance, etc., and updated the launch time to this fall.
For some ambiguous information in the demo, AMD technical marketing director Robert Hallock made further clarification in his conversation with PCworld.
Regarding running out of 5.5GHz in the “Ghost Line: Tokyo” game, Hallock introduced that the result was run in April, using a 16-core Zen 4 processor.
The processor did not do any additional overclocking, and was suppressed by the common Asetek 280mm AIO water block.
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And he also revealed that 5.5GHz is not a single core, but a multi-threaded load. In fact, it is very common for Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 to accelerate to 5.2~5.5GHz all-core silently, and application and game manufacturers can optimize it.
In addition, the B650 motherboard does not support CPU overclocking. Fans who want to squeeze Zen 4 should pay attention.
As for the 170W power consumption, AMD emphasized that 170W is the PPT power consumption (Package Power Tracking) of the AM5 interface, and the actual TDP (thermal design power consumption) is 125W, which is only 20W higher than Zen 3. At the same time, since the AM5/AM4 heat dissipation hole distance remains unchanged, most old radiators can also control the new CPU.