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In the latest issue of AMD vs. Intel's battle, Team Red, provides us with a new line of next-gen CPUs. Fortunately, at WePC, we were able to get hot press releases direct from AMD. We've seen many of their 4000 series CPUs appear in laptops, but now we have detailed information on their latest desktop products as well.

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, all major technical games and conferences have been canceled or transferred to the Internet. We have been waiting patiently to see when we can see next-gen products from AMD. In your latest press release, we finally officially understand what will happen for the first time.

So, it goes without saying, let's take a look at the features of AMD's latest Ryzen desktop processor.

Today, we see AMD announce the latest desktop processors, joining their already impressive product line in the form of the new AMD Ryzen 3 3100 and 3300X. They claim that these chips will be able to "unlock new levels of performance" and will be able to provide impressive multitasking thanks to their four cores and eight threads. And it seems that once again the Reddit leakers managed to do this early on.

On the cusp of Intel's upcoming Comet Lake release, AMD brought some impressive budget processors to the table and hurt them.

These new processors from AMD will definitely help them solidify their position as a leading chip maker (sorry Intel). These desktop processors are listed as the fastest AMD Ryzen 3 desktop processors ever. The 3100 has a base of 3.6Ghz and a boost frequency of 3.9Ghz, while the 3300X has a base of 3.8Ghz and a boost frequency of 4.3Ghz.

According to AMD, compared to competitors, these chips provide:

Here are some pretty bold claims, but we've seen AMD beat its competitors more than once, so this isn't a huge surprise.

If you can't wait to get these new desktop processors, it looks like you won't really wait too long. AMD Ryzen 3 3100 and 3300X will be available on May 21, 2020, so be sure to include the date in your journal. AMD Ryzen 3 3100 is priced at $ 99 and 3300X is priced at $ 120.

AMD also released a new B550 chipset for the AM4 socket. The latest member of the AMD 500 series of chipsets will be compatible with the AMD Ryzen 3000 series desktop processors. They will also be the only mainstream modern chipsets with PCIe 4.0 support, meaning you can unlock twice the bandwidth. motherboard B450.

So you got it! This is all we know (and can tell you) about these new desktop processors. More information will circulate soon. We know that we have some plans to make some major announcements in the coming weeks, so be sure to pay close attention to WePC, our community center, and our Facebook and Twitter pages. But at the same time, please be sure to tell us your thoughts on AMD’s latest announcement in the comments below.

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