AMD accidentally reveals Ryzen 3 1300 and 1200 details

AMD accidentally reveals Ryzen 3 1300 and 1200 details

AMD accidentally reveals their Ryzen 3 1300 and 1200 details

AMD accidentally reveals Ryzen 3 1300 and 1200 details

 

Yesterday, AMD announced their new Ryzen Pro lineup of enterprise CPUs, inadvertently giving us some information on their upcoming Ryzen 3 series of consumer products.  

Looking at AMD's Ryzen Pro announcement, one thing is clear, that the specifications are almost identical to their consumer counterparts, giving us a glimpse of Ryzen 3 through the guise of the Ryzen Pro 3. 

AMD's Ryzen Pro 3 CPUs will feature 4 cores and 4 threads and come with pricing that is similar to Intel's i3 (2-core, 4-thread) lineup, giving AMD an advantage in multi-threaded applications. This matches previous rumours for Ryzen 3, and given the Ryzen Pro series' similarities to their standard desktop counterparts, there is no reason to believe that Consumer Ryzen 3 will perform any differently than Ryzen Pro 3.  

Below is a table that compares the specifications of Ryzen 7, Ryzen 5 and Ryzen Pro 3, suggesting sub-£150 pricing for Ryzen 3, which makes Ryzen 3 super competitive with Intel's i3 lineup.   

 

Processor NameCoresThreadsBase Clock SpeedsBoost Clock SpeedsXFR (MHz)L3 CacheTDPPrice UK
Ryzen 7 1800X8163.6GHz4.0GHz+10016MB95W+£449
Ryzen 7 1700X8163.4GHz3.8GHz+10016MB95W£369
Ryzen 7 17008163.0GHz3.7GHz+5016MB65W£299
Ryzen 5 1600X6123.6GHz4.0GHz+10016MB95W£229
Ryzen 5 16006123.2GHz3.6GHz+10016MB65W£199
Ryzen 5 1500X483.5GHz3.7GHz+20016MB65W£174
Ryzen 5 1400483.2GHz3.4GHz+508MB65W£159
Ryzen 3 1300?443.5GHz3.7GHz?8MB65W?
Ryzen 3 1200?
443.1GHz3.4Ghz?8MB65W?

 

Right now, only a single Intel i3 is overclockable, the i3 7350K, which is now priced at £149.99. This means that Ryzen 3 will likely be priced similarly to Intel's non-k series locked CPUs, while Ryzen 3 will be overclockable, giving AMD a huge advantage in the budget gaming market given their increase core count and overclockability. 

 

AMD accidentally reveals their Ryzen 3 1300 and 1200 details  

Ryzen 3 will launch sometime in H2 of 2017, which will place the launch sometime between July and December. We expect this launch to come sooner, rather than later, with a launch in late July or August. 

 

You can join the discussion on AMD's Ryzen 3 series of CPUs on the OC3D Forums

 

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30-06-2017, 12:35:39

NeverBackDown
I wonder if they will use 2 Ryzen CCX or just stick with one and not have to disable cores. Would be better for Ryzen 3 so it can reduce latency and help keep it competitive with i3sQuote

30-06-2017, 19:08:56

Kleptobot
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
I wonder if they will use 2 Ryzen CCX or just stick with one and not have to disable cores. Would be better for Ryzen 3 so it can reduce latency and help keep it competitive with i3s
Using 2 with ccx might be how AMD are achieving their 99.9% die utilization. 2 dies that only have 2 usable cores in ccx, although I'm not sure what would be cheaper overallQuote

30-06-2017, 19:45:49

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Kleptobot View Post
Using 2 with ccx might be how AMD are achieving their 99.9% die utilization. 2 dies that only have 2 usable cores in ccx, although I'm not sure what would be cheaper overall
Probably the 2 CCX because it's much easier for them to just disbale cores rather than make a slightly different design for the cheapest and smallest profit margin product.Quote
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