AMD are finally releasing their new 3000 series super chip.
With this brand new series of CPUs you get higher speeds, more Ram support and a wider bandwidth than ever, the 3rd generation of AMD CPUs have set the standard for high performance. AMD have revolutionised the overall gaming performance and experience. The new CPUs used the philosophy of breaking expectations while setting the new standard for a high-end gaming processor.
Paired with their Wraith coolers these new AMD CPUs will deliver high performance while still keeping your gaming system cool and quiet. With their neural-net intelligence these new AMD CPUs give you an advantage worthy of owning the worlds most advanced processor.
These new AMD processors are brining to the foreground 16-cores with 32-threads in the Ryzen 9 3950X. this processor will bring considerable IPC (Instructions Per Clock) improvements along with their record breaking overclocking.
All these specifications, yet the cost will still be low and reasonable for the mainstream consumer, with some saying that these new processors could seriously threaten intel.
The new X570 chipset also improves on the “old tech” in computing witht the support for PCIe 4.0 which is exclusive to these AMD chips. The new gen of PCIe allows for faster and better GPUs and SSDs to AMD users. The improved GPU performance is however limited to AMD’s own Navi cards for now. This new chipset also brings native SuperSpeed USB ports support and a maximum of a 10Gbps bandwidth, supporting both USB-A and C connections. These new SuperSpeed ports arent as fast as Thunderbolt 3s however the native support for them surely will cause a wider adoption for desktop motherboards.
AMDs Clock Speeds along with their prices for each of their new 3rd Gen processors
- AMD Ryzen 9 3950X – 16-cores, 32-threads | 4.7GHz boost, 3.5GHz base | 105W – £590
- AMD Ryzen 9 3900X – 12-cores, 24-threads | 4.6GHz boost, 3.8GHz base | 105W – £390
- AMD Ryzen 7 3800X – 8-cores, 16-threads | 4.5GHz boost, 3.9GHz base | 105W – £310
- AMD Ryzen 7 3700X – 8-cores, 16-threads | 4.4GHz boost, 3.6GHz base | 65W – £260
- AMD Ryzen 5 3600X – 6-cores, 12-threads | 4.4GHz boost, 3.8GHz base | 95W – £200
- AMD Ryzen 5 3600 – 6-cores, 12-threads | 4.2GHz boost, 3.6GHz base | 65W – £160
- AMD Ryzen 5 3400G – 4-cores, 8-threads | 4.2GHz boost, 3.7GHz base | 65W – £139