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It looks as though the rumors were accurate… again. AMD this morning just made its Ryzen 3000XT family of processors official, and the increased boost clocks are now confirmed for the Ryzen 5 3600XT, Ryzen 7 3800XT, and Ryzen 9 3900XT, which will be available for sale on July 7th. Previous leaks were all over the place with respect to clock speeds for these new processors, but the chart below gives us a clear picture of what to expect: As you can see, unlike what was stated with the previous leaked reports, there are no increases to the base clocks for these three new processors. Instead, we see mere 100MHz boost frequency increases for the Ryzen 5 3600XT and Ryzen... Read more...
For the past month, more information has been leaking out regarding AMD’s Matisse Refresh Ryzen 3000XT processors. Based on the information that we’ve gleaned from our previous reporting, AMD is set to launch the Ryzen 5 3600XT, Ryzen 7 3800XT, and Ryzen 9 3900XT with higher clocks their non-XT counterparts to battle Intel’s new Comet Lake-S family, The latest bit of news that points to the impending release of these new Matisse Refresh processors comes from the Amazon’s Italian language website. The site featured product listings for both the Ryzen 5 3600XT and Ryzen 9 3900XT, however, there was no listing found for the Ryzen 7 3800XT. The Ryzen 5 3600XT... Read more...
There is plenty of smoke surrounding a batch of upcoming processors based on AMD's current-generation Zen 2 CPU architecture, and where there is this much smoke, you will usually find fire. That's not to say AMD has officially announced a Zen 2 refresh. However, in lieu of an official unveiling, the three rumored Zen 2 CPUs on tap have been spotted on a retail website in France. Those CPUs are all part of the Ryzen 3000XT series. The "XT" designation separates these from AMD's original Zen 2 lineup, as do the specifications. To be clear, these are not next-generation parts—they are still based on Zen 2, but with slightly beefier specifications compared to their regular "X" counterparts,... Read more...
AMD and Intel are in a dogfight in the CPU space, and unlike the days of old, it's actually a competition now. That's because AMD has done a spectacular job building up its Zen architecture, culminating (so far) in Zen 2. Meanwhile, Intel continues to squeeze out every ounce of performance it can from its 14-nanometer node. This has made things interesting, and if a set of leaked benchmarks are any indication, the next round will be the best yet. We are not talking about Zen 3 versus Intel's eventual 10nm (or 7nm) desktop processors. That will have to wait. But in the more immediate future, rumor has it AMD is prepping a round of refreshed Ryzen 3000 series processors to go up against Intel's... Read more...