Items tagged with ryzen 7 3700

AMD took the PC enthusiast community by storm with the release of its 7nm Zen 2 Ryzen 3000 processors, and a new leak suggests that the company is looking to expand the family and fill in some gaps with respect to pricing. A Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) listing has been uncovered that makes reference to three unannounced processors: the Ryzen 9 3900, Ryzen 7 3700, Ryzen 5 3500. The Ryzen 3900X is currently the most potent [available] Ryzen 3000 processor from AMD, and has 12 cores, 24 threads, and a 105W TDP. The new Ryzen 3900 (minus the X) is also a 12-core/24-thread part, but features a much lower 65W TDP. Moving down the line, there's also a Ryzen 7 3700 which matches... Read more...
It is a known fact that AMD will release a new round of processors based on its 7-nanometer Zen 2 CPU architecture, and the company even gave a sneak peek at what is to come back at the Consumer Electronics Show in January. For the most part, though, specs and prices remain a mystery. That said, we are starting to see some leaks online that purportedly offer up both details on the upcoming Zen 2 launch. The latest to do so is Bizgram, an online retailer in Singapore. The retailer updated its product catalog with a host of Ryzen 3000 series processors, none of which have been announced, but some of which have not yet been teased, either. Here is a snapshot taken from the vendor's catalog... Source:... Read more...
Leading up the official unveil of AMD's third-generation Ryzen desktop processors, we were anticipating the arrival of higher-end 12- and 16-core SKUs based on previous leaks. But when CEO Lisa Su took to the stage, she only gave us a sneak peek at an 8-core, 12-thread Zen 2-based Ryzen 3000 series processor.  However, Su later hinted in a post-keynote interview that "you might expect that we will have more than eight cores." Well, here we are with a UserBenchmark database entry that was uncovered by notorious hardware sleuth Tum Apisak. The listing is for a 12-core, 24-thread SKU using the AM4 socket, which points directly to this being a mainstream Ryzen desktop processor.... Read more...