It features a high-performance common bus, with low latency, and a coherent Hyper Transport Plus bus, that’s multi-socket and multi die-ready.
Every AMD So C going forward will leverage Infinity Fabric.
The scalable data fabric is much like a high performance network pathway.
AMD is positioning RYZEN as a high-performance option targeting all of those market segments.
Though there will be other core configurations, AMD has disclosed that one of the high-end options in the initial RYZEN line-up will feature 8 cores (16 threads with SMT) and at minimum a 3.4 GHz base clock, with higher turbo frequencies.
In real-time, Pure Power senses what’s going on with the processor’s current workload and provides a closed-loop control system to scale performance and power, over what AMD is calling its Infinity Fabric.
Pure Power monitors temperatures, frequencies, and voltage, and adaptively controls each element to optimize performance and power usage.