AMD today decides it is time to take care of those who are looking for powerful processors cheaply, and announces a new series that actually completes the process of adding its processors to the Ryzen 3000 family. The Ryzen 3 3200G processor is considered to belong to this family, but includes legacy processing cores alongside Core Graphically structured.
Now, the spotlight is mostly moving towards gaming and users who do not need a built-in graphic core. Processors RYZEN 3 3100 andRYZEN 3 3300X marks a milestone and another non-return point in the way that you can look at the processor market and the consideration for the cost of such products.
These processors are based on the newest architecture AMD, Which is Zen attitude 2 based on the 7 nanometer production process TSMC, Like their older brothers. The biggest change in this series is the introduction of SMT (RG Simultaneous Multithreading) technology into a segment RYZEN 3. For the first time - RYZEN 3 3100 andRYZEN 3 3300X will contain 4 cores With 8 active capillaries.
Happy news to anyone who thinks such processors will take a premium compared to the previous generation - AMD Decides to price the pair RYZEN Its new 3 aggressively to grab as many potential users as possible from the competitor.
- Ryzen 3 3100 is priced at only $ 99
- Ryzen 3 3300X is priced at only $ 120
The processors will come packaged with the appropriate Wraith Stealth cooling for their 65-watt heat jacket. Also, the processor hem is open to overclocking so that if you have a supporting motherboard (for example B450 series or X470 for example) - Processors These will allow you to get even more for your money.
The goals are clear, AMD Position the Ryzen 3 3100 directly in front core i3 9100F and believes that the extra $ 10 will be worth it to you. The Ryzen 3 3300X with its price tag is about $ 30 belowcore The i5 9400F has 6 cores and 6 capillaries.
At this time AMD Does not reveal the performance of the new processors - but these will be available as early as May. At the time, according to rumors, we are expected to hear about the next move of Intel In the processors world.
We would love to know what you think of such a launch - the mother AMD Made the right move? Do you see a large potential audience for such processors? We would love to hear in the comments!