For players who stream and play games on PC, they really need some kind processor that strong enough to handle their requirement. Two years ago, a generation of strong processors has been introduced by AMD since it decided to hop over to the Ryzen model. Since parts are now less expensive, people are likely to afford a good setup at a much more reasonable price. AMD’s plan is keeping its business that way but also improve the performance of the front line with their Ryzen 3000 models. Five processors are reported to have their debut on July 7. and these 7nm processors seem not to only have the ability to threaten the position of Intel processors, but can beat it apparently. AMD’s first gathering benchmarks have proven it.

AMD Ryzen 3000 release date and price revealed.

Ryzen 3000’ five processors are on display at the moment are the 3600, 3600x. 3700x, 3800x and 3900x. The 3900x seems to be somewhat more powerful than the top i9 processor of Intel and will be up for sale at the price of $499. With 12 cores and 24 threads, the 3900x can easily process several tasks at one because its base frequency speed is at 3.8ghz and it’s possible to force it to go up to 4.6 Ghz. The 3600 probably is the one that has the least performance but still seems to be a strong upgrade to the 2600 at the moment thanks to its 6 cores and 12 threads, speed measured at 3.6 Ghz and can be boosted to 4.2 Ghz, and it only consumes 65 watts of electricity. It’s going to be up for sale at $199.

The 3600x is strongly pushed to 3.8 Ghz and 4.4 Ghz for boosting attempts but still manages to only consume under 100 watts of electricity. This will be sold for $249. The 3700x and 3800x will come up with a price of $329 and $399 respectively. Only 65 watts will be consumed by the 3700x, while the 3800x, which seems to be appointed to be the one of processor for streaming, will require 105 watts, same as the 3900x. 8 cores and 16 threads are built in both processors, but the 3800x is a bit higher in the base frequency which is 3.9 Ghz and can be boosted to 4.5 Ghz.

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The new series of Ryzen 3000 processors are still having the AM4 socket installed, so reverse compatibility is obviously an advantage when upgrading. A new X570 motherboard has been announced by AMD that will support PCI-Express 4.0. Some power requirement conflict may occur, and a motherboard that belongs to the old series may not be able to fully acquire the RAM overclocking possibility. No PCI-E 4.0 will also be introduced. AMD announced that 57 motherboards will be available at launch.

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Finally, AMD actually revealed a little about the upcoming Radeon RX 5700 that will feature a brand-new RDNA microarchitecture, which replaces the existing GCN architecture that AMD first announced back in 2011. This will probably be used on the upcoming consoles. No release date has been revealed for the video cards.