7nm Ryzen 3000 processors have appeared in the store

Our eastern neighbors do not disappoint, and although it is difficult to say unequivocally whether it is a pre-release leak or simply seeking attention, I simply cannot ignore such a discovery. Originally, the Viedocardz service came up with it, publishing Ryzen 3000 processors to the world of 7nm in the offer of the Russian E-Katalog store.

We’ve learned a lot about them so far, but no official information has ever come into play. This is also the case now, but it’s easier to trust the specification from the store list, which we should finally get to know at the upcoming CES 2019 fair. Either way, let’s move on to the best, which is the most powerful chip in the entire Ryzen 3000 family. I am talking about a representative of an unprecedented series (AMD Ryzen 9), i.e. the Ryzen 9 3800X processor, which is to offer 16 cores and 32 threads, which is twice as much compared to the currently most powerful Ryzen. Once again, the benefits of the Zen 2 architecture are confirmed. Especially in combination with the 7nm process, which is to allow the system to maintain the 125W TDP parameter at the basic 3.9 GHz clock and 4.7 GHz in the Turbo mode. This in turn is 400 MHz more compared to the Ryzen 7 2700X.

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There was also a mention of the Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 series. However, I will not bore you with rewriting the specifications and I will give you an accessible table. However, I must pay attention to the renewed increase in the number of cores, which may not have doubled in these cases, but they are still impressive. “Sevens” will now offer 12 cores (not 8), while “Fives” will only get two, which also affects the “triples”. At the same time, the 5 GHz turbo clock speed on the Ryzen 7 3700X and only 50W TDP on the Ryzen 3 3300 cannot be ignored. In other words, if these leaks do not differ from reality, the CPU market is preparing another big year for AMD.

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Source: Videocardz