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AMD Ryzen 3000 Price And Specs Leak

AMD Ryzen 3000 Price And Specs Leak

The prices and specs for AMD’s latest processor range have leaked via Singapore retailer Bazgrim, according to Tom’s Hardware. The site lists prices and specifications for the entire AMD Ryzen 3000 series, including the brand-new ‘G’ variant, which will have an integrated GPU. The new series of CPUs is widely expected to be seen in the middle of 2019, so

The prices and specs for AMD’s latest processor range have leaked via Singapore retailer Bazgrim, according to Tom’s Hardware.

The site lists prices and specifications for the entire AMD Ryzen 3000 series, including the brand-new ‘G’ variant, which will have an integrated GPU.

The new series of CPUs is widely expected to be seen in the middle of 2019, so the prices below should be taken with a grain of salt as we’re still a way off from an official launch – although the naming conventions do make sense and also match the AdoredTV leak that we saw last year.

The specifications do seem to be in line with what we would expect, the 7nm process appearing to allow the 3700X flagship to boost up to 5GHz on a single core on a CPU with 12 cores / 24 threads. Mighty impressive stuff, if true.

Ryzen 3000 Series

CPU

Cores / Threads

GPU

Base / Boost Clock

TDP

Price estimates

Ryzen 3 3300

6 / 12

3.2 / 4.0GHz

50W

£84/$111

Ryzen 3 3300X

6 / 12

3.5 / 4.3GHz

65W

£110/$145

Ryzen 3 3300G

6 / 12

Navi (15 CU)

3.0 / 3.8GHz

65W

£110/$145

Ryzen 5 3600

8 / 16

3.6 / 4.4GHz

65W

£152/$200

Ryzen 5 3600X

8 / 16

4.0 / 4.8GHz

95W

£196/$258

Ryzen 5 3600G

8 / 16

Navi (20 CU)

3.2 / 4.0GHz

95W

£170/$224

Ryzen 7 3700

12 / 24

3.8 / 4.6GHz

95W

£256/$336

Ryzen 7 3700X

12 / 24

4.2 / 5.0GHz

105W

£281/$370

Ryzen 9 3800X

16 / 32

3.9 / 4.7GHz

125W

£384/$505

Ryzen 9 3850X

16 / 32

4.3 / 5.1GHz

135W

£427/$561

*Pricing is estimated and based on currency conversions

AMD has been hot on the heels of Intel since the launch of its Ryzen series a few years ago. While it will generally offer more cores at a lower price point than it’s blue competitor, AMD has struggled when it comes to single-core performance comparisons against Intel’s Core range.

This could be about to change as AMD’s 3000 series will be built upon 7nm architecture giving it an inherent advantage over Intel’s current generation on 14nm. Smaller architecture is better for a number of reasons, allowing the CPU to be more power efficient, cooler and the silicon to be of more consistent quality.

If you’re planning on buying a CPU sometime soon, make sure you take a look at our AMD vs Intel article.





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