Amd unveils ryzen 9 among new 3rd gen cpu family
For some time, all signs indicate that AMD has caused a sensation at this year's Computex, and we are not disappointed. With AMD CEO Lisa Su taking the stage to announce a new CPU and GPU series based on the third-generation Zen 2 core, the star of this show is undoubtedly the fierce Ryzen 9 3900X. The
Ryzen 9 has 12 cores, 24 threads and a TDP of 105W. They can achieve a base frequency of 3.8GHz and a maximum increase of 4.6GHz. In order to highlight the generational leap, AMD claims that CPI has increased by 15%. The total cache is 70 MB, and the CPU includes the new X570 chip. Its main attraction is to support PCIe 4.0 channels. Compared to its direct competitor Intel, in keeping with the tradition of price reduction, the Ryzen 9's retail price is $ 499.00 and will ship from July 7.
With the motto of "the world's first 12-core gaming CPU", Ryzen 9 will definitely make the Intel i9 9920X value for money equivalent, claiming a 14% increase in single-threaded performance and a 6% increase in multi-threaded performance.
In addition to Ryzen 9, AMD also released Ryzen 7 3800X (8 cores, 16 threads, 3.8GHZ base, 4.5Ghz boost, $ 399.00) and Ryzen 7 3700X (8 cores, 16 threads, 3.6GHz, $ 4,329). For desktop gaming devices. The new Ryzen 5 3600X (6 cores, 12 threads, 3.8GHz base, 4.4GHz upgrade, $ 249.00) and Ryzen 5 3600 (6 cores, 12 threads, 3.6GHz base, 4.2GHz upgrade, $ 199.00). All of these use the Zen 2 core. Compared to the previous generation, the IPC has increased by an average of 13%, the cache size has doubled, and the floating point number has doubled. The benchmarks shown place it above Intel’s direct competitors, but as always, a certain degree of suspicion is best, because manufacturers usually choose the results that suit their needs.
AMD pointed out that no less than 50 motherboards and a few PCIe 4.0 SSDs from various heavyweight manufacturers (including MSI and ASUS, etc.) are configured to be compatible with the third-generation Ryzen.