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The “Ryzen 3000” news appeared sporadically earlier, but the corresponding one should be based on the 12nm Zen+ APU processor.

This time, AdoredTV exposed 10 new “Ryzen 3000” chips, covering “Ryzen 3 3xxx” to “Ryzen 9 3xxx”, up to 16 cores, 5.1GHz .

In fact, there was a rumor of “Ryzen 9” on the first generation of Zen, but AMD has been undecided, after all, there is a ThreadRipper in the fever level. The foreign media broke the news, Ryzen 9 3800 series includes 3800X and 3850X , the former 16C/32T (open two sets of Zen2 Die, built-in 14nm I / O unit), 3.9 / 4.7GHz, 125W power consumption, pricing 449 US dollars, possible CES Released in 2019.

The 3850X is upgraded to 4.3/5.1GHz, 135W, priced at $499 and released in May.

At the same time, Ryzen 7 3700X/3700 ​​are both 12C/24T, the former is expected to accelerate 5.0GHz, 105W, 329 US dollars also released in CES 2019.

Also Read: AMD Ryzen 7 3700U first exposure

In addition, the Ryzen 5 3600 series includes 3600/3600X/3600G (APU, integrated Navi 20) , all of which are 8-core. The Ryzen 3 3300 series is similarly three models, starting with 6 cores and $99.

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Frankly speaking, because the details are too rich and the PPT is shoddy, it can be said that 90% is based on paper guessing. Let’s take a look . For example, the simplest argument is that the 7nm Zen2 starter has been handed over to EPYC Xiaolong, and the consumer-grade “Ryzen 3000” will not be earlier than next spring. After all, TSMC’s foundry costs are high.

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Izaan Zubair
Izaan Zubair
Izaan is founder of TechLapse. Izaan developed interest in computers from young age and most of his skills and knowledge are self taught. He can be reached at: [email protected]