Earlier in the week, several tech tweeters and computer news sites reported some interesting AMD Zen 4 processors spotted in the online Geekbench results browser. Unfortunately, the processor lists were fake, he admits Chips and cheese, who revealed he was behind the prank on Thursday. The site explains that one of its authors tampered with AMD Zen 4 results using a recently published tool called PMCReader. Predictably, some processors with comical names have made the rounds in recent hours. There was even a processor named Rickroll, but now we’ve broken it, as we told you…

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