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The update to the CPU support list from motherboard manufacturer Biostar suggests that AMD will release the 3900 and PRO 3900 variants of its flagship products, but the Ryzen 3900X processor is increasingly difficult to find.
The complainant momomo_us obtained detailed information about the CPU compatible with the Biostar X470NH motherboard. The leak indicated that the Ryzen 9 3900 has a base clock speed of 3.1 GHz and a TDP of 65 W. The PRO 3900 reportedly has the same specs.
There have been rumors in the past that the boost clock speed was around 4.2 GHz, but unfortunately, the Biostar support list did not confirm this. As always, it is recommended to maintain a certain level of suspicion, but considering the list of 3900 and PRO 3900 released by EEC in the summer, the leak seems to be real.
Compared with the existing Ryzen 9 3900X, the basic 3900 variant has advantages in clock speed, as low as X's 3.8 GHz, TDP as low as X's 105 W, but retains the same 12-core, 24-thread architecture. The advantage is that the estimated retail price is lower than that of the 3900X.
On the other hand, PRO 3900 is the same as 3900, but there are some options to upgrade to ensure the PRO label, such as additional security features for the corporate market. The price will still be lower than the existing Ryzen 9 3900X. The list of
manufacturers is usually a good sign, and much fanfare is coming, but with AMD’s recent supply issues related to Ryzen 9 3900X, the situation is not entirely ideal. For the release of new products, if it is only in terms of manufacturing enough units to make it worth launching.
In order to make matters worse, Ryzen 9 3950X is expected to be launched soon, which will make AMD's supply chain even more tense. For AMD's other CPU and GPU product lines, this is also a busy period. It is expected that the new Threadripper CPU will be launched in November, as well as the entry-level Ryzen processors and Navi GPUs that are expected to be launched soon.