We all know that AMD's next Zenzen-based Ryzen 3000 series will bring significant performance improvements to the company's already-efficient design, but there are no firm specifications. However, if you are looking for leaks and rumors, you are in the right place.
YouTuber, AdoredTV has shared a lot of data that he claims concerns the next generation of Ryzen chips. Remember, however, that this is still an unconfirmed rumor, and as always, take it with a grain of sand.
Ryzen 9 3850X: Meet the 16 Core Zen2 Flagship
Let's start with the heavy weights, the Ryzen 9 3850X and the 3800X. Both parts each contain 16 cores and 32 threads, and while the former seems to have a tremendous boost of 5.1GHz, the latter reduces power consumption to limit the clock to 4.7GHz. The 3850X has a TDP rating of 135W and costs $ 499, while its brother is limited to 125W at a cost of $ 449.
This is similar to Intel's extreme values Edition K and non-K CPUs. The only difference is that they are much cheaper. I am not sure if these chips will compete with the i7s or the i9s, and if they are actually part of the threadripper family or something in between, but of the price tags, the i9s would be the most likely target
Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 5 3600X: AMD's i7 and i5
When we move from the enthusiast area into the high-end space, we encounter the Ryzen 7 3700, 3700X and the Ryzen 5 3600X and 3600. These are supposedly the equivalents i7 and i5 with additional ones CPU cores and this time higher clock rates. The X versions are upgraded to 5 and 4.8 GHz, while the non-X components are limited to 4.6 and 4.2 GHz, respectively. The prices are $ 300 for the 3700s and $ 200 for the 3600s. For the 3600, the TDP is also reduced by almost half to 65W.
The Ryzen 3 3300s and the Navi APUs
At the bottom of the rug are the Ryzen 3 3300s, and these parts go neck to neck against Intel's i3 chips and come in contrast with 6 cores and 12 threads 4.3 GHz for the X version and 4 GHz for the non-X version. These CPUs will have a TDP of 65 and 50W and are priced at $ 129 and $ 99, respectively.
Finally, it's about the APUs. AMD seems to have expanded the APU product range and replaced the Vega cores with the not yet announced Navi GPUs. These APUs are expected to be available in two versions – a low-end 3300G device with 6C / 12T clocked at an impressive 3.8 GHz and a price of $ 129.
As for the high-end offering, the Ryzen 5 3600G will have a slightly higher core number of 8T / 16C and a boost clock of 4 GHz. This part will be available at $ 199 and, like the other APU, is expected to land in the second half of 2019.
Conclusion: Get Ready Intel
Even though I'm Still Not Realizing This Leak As you've seen in the first two generations of the Ryzen chips, Zen2 should be a trendsetter just like the first Ryzen wave. Using the same design as the Epyc server processors to build more complex chips from simple ones, AMD uses InfinityFabric to take things to the next level. Similar to the Threadripper, these CPUs may be the best for games, but for developers and other professionals, they are a blessing.