Computex 2019 | It's getting tight for Intel - AMD Ryzen 3rd Gen. presented for desktop

ByDaniel Camilo 2019-05-27 566

With five new Ryzen 3000 desktop processors, AMD is blowing on Intel. Produced in the 7-nanometer process, the chips should outperform the blue competition with significantly lower energy consumption and even be considerably cheaper. Sales start: 7th July 2019!

Exciting news is coming to the start of this year's Computex in Taiwan: During the keynote address to the fair, AMD presented CEO Dr. Ing. Lisa Su a series of novelties. In addition to the next generation of graphics chips aka "NAVI", the soon to be announced Ryzen 3000 desktop processors were announced. Based on the Zen 2 architecture, the chips are manufactured in the 7-nanometer process, as the first processors also support the upcoming PCIe 4.0 standard and based, as the Ryzen chips of the first and second generation, on the AM4 socket , This makes it easy to upgrade existing Ryzen systems.

AMD speaks of an IPC uplift of 15% (gain in performance at the same clock rate), among other things by a doubling of the cache size and also a doubling of the calculation speed for floating point calculation (floating point calculation).

In the press conference Dr. Lisa Su selected three selected processors of the new Ryzen 3000 series. The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X (8 cores / 16 threads, 4.4 GHz boost, 3.6 GHz base clock, 36 MB cache) was launched against the Intel i7-9700K in the Cinebench R20 test (8 vs. 8). Core) and can gain a lead of 28% in the multi-thread test while staying at the same level with Intel in the single-thread performance. The 3700X has a significantly lower TDP of 65 watts (vs. 95 watts for the 9700K). The benefits of advanced 7nm (Intel: 14nm) manufacturing are impressively visible.

The AMD Ryzen 7 3800X CPU also has 8 CPU cores with 16 threads, a 4.5 GHz (base 3.9 GHz) clock speed, 36 MB cache and a TDP of 105 watts. Once again compared to Intel's 9700K, the 3800X can work 37% faster in the Cinebench R20 test (multi-threaded) and also grow + 3% in the single-handed test.

The AMD Ryzen 9 3900X represents the powerhouse of the new CPU range. Equipped with 12 cores (24 threads), the CPU clocks up to 4.6 GHz (3.8 GHz base) and has huge 70 MB cache. The TDP of the 3900X is also 105 watts. Compared with the Intel 9920X (12 core, 14 nanometer, Skylake-X), the 3900X in the Cinebench R20 test, the 3900X in the single-thread test can gain 14% and achieve in the multi-threaded test, a plus of 6% , Exciting for this comparison: The Intel 9920X has a TDP of 165W at a price of over $ 1,000. AMD calls for its 3900X, however, a price of 499 USD. The entrance with the 3700X is already made from 329 USD. The new Ryzen processors will be available from July 7, 2019.

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