Fmax (or Frequency max), is the most extreme clock speed an AMD “Zen” processor will consequently support/overclock to, at stock multiplier settings. To go past this, you’ll need to expand the multiplier esteem, and overclock the customary way. The Fmax an incentive for AMD’s impending leader work area processor, the Ryzen 9 7950X “Zen 4,” is allegedly set at 5.85 GHz. To work with this, you’ll need to empower settings, for example, Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO), to possibly figure out as far as possible expected to arrive. Contending Intel parts, for example, the “Raptor Lake” Core i9-13900K, is accounted for to have a comparative most extreme lift recurrence, of 5.80 GHz, however that is only for its 8 P-centers.