Finally, AMD officially announces Ryzen 3000 series which is the first 7nm architecture processor in the world. From the price with spec, it seems that this time the budget has come to King. So let’s first take a look. This disconcerted some parts of the spectrum.
1. specs :
Ryzen 9 3900X [12 core, 24 thread, base 3.8, boost 4.6, TDP 105W]
Ryzen 7 3800X [08 core, 16 thread, base 3.9, boost 4.5, TDP 105w]
Ryzen 7 3700X [08 core, 16 thread, base 3.6, boost 4.4, TDP 65w]
Ryzen 5 3600X [06 core, 12 thread, base 3.8, boost 4.4, TDP 95w]
Ryzen 5 3600 [06 core, 12 thread, base 3.6, boost 4.2, TDP 65w]
3. is it worth upgrading or not:
In my opinion, it’s worth it. As the first 7nm processor, it has performed any processor outside the PM price range. And the best thing to do about it is its TDP – Thermal Design Point. Whereas R7 3700x can be used comfortably in 8 core processors and stock quarters. Which is the full performance After that, the temperature will be between 65-69 degrees. Besides, its TDP is less than Intel’s 9th genes. At this time AMD is not converting them according to CPU socket This means it can be used in any AM4 + socket in the previous A320m, B450. If you want to upgrade, then you can sell the previous Ryzen and get a new one. According to them, they will not change this socket until 2021. In rendering and gaming, it has performed the previous generation of Ryzen and Intel’s 9th Generation out of every direction. Renderer and gaming were this average 13-19% faster than Intel.
And 3d rendering will be 33% faster than the preparation … As previously mentioned gaming = Intel, work = Ryzen. Now it’s not the same. Gaming and rendering all of them are risen outperformed! So, of course, this upgrade is worthy.
4. Will it destroy intel? :