As predicted by various leaks over the past month, the red chip developer has three new XT models with improved frequencies to help diversify and improve existing store supply until a whole new generation arrives
AMD continues to drop new targeted information every couple of weeks, and continues to expand and improve their offerings in the desktop world - alongside the official launch of motherboards based on the B550 discounted chipset, along with initial reviews across the network (and at our site, of course) You also get verified for the existence of theRYZEN XT upgraded lightweight and first signal to programs to launch another and extra cheap chipset.
On the processorsRYZEN 9 3900XT, theRYZEN 7 3800XT and theRYZEN 5 3600XT We've heard on a number of different occasions over the past few weeks - and now we know where they'll be positioned in relation to the popular models they're based on: There are no major revolutions here in any aspect, with a minor increment of 100MHz or 200MHz for maximum turbo frequencies compared toRYZEN 9 3900X,RYZEN 7 3800X andRYZEN 5 3600X while maintaining the same base frequencies, identical power envelopes and capturing the original price levels we met last year.
All three XT models will arrive in stores on July 7, exactly one year after the official launch of the XT modelsRYZEN The first 3000, with recommended prices of $ 500 for theRYZEN 9 3900XT with 12 processing cores, $ 400 for theRYZEN 7 3800XT with eight processing cores and $ 250 for RYZEN 5 3600XT Hexagon.
It is unclear what time will be available in the processors marketRYZEN Current ones that are similar to the XT models, but given that they are already sold at tens of dollars lower than the official recommended ones - for those interested in upgrading, you should consider purchasing in the near future, as it is predictable that the arrival of the XT models will result in a thaw of availability and some price increases, At least at the beginning.
Along with the announcement of the new desktop processors we received fromAMD Approval of plans to launch new motherboards based on the A520 chipset, which will inherit the A320 chipset and will probably be supported only by the latest Ryzen 3000 generation and future generations - with particularly modest prices in exchange for major compromises on the available technologies. We have no solid technical details at this time, but if you can't find it Motherboard Affordable enough within the Wave of ProductsB550 The newcomers who know you expect an even more modest and cheaper alternative - and that may be the meaning of the timing of this announcement.