Ryzen 3's release date and specifications have been announced

Ryzen 3's release date and specifications have been announced

AMD reveals Ryzen 3's release date and specifications

Ryzen 3's release date and specifications have been announced

 
AMD has officially revealed their new Ryzen 3 lineup of CPUs, which are designed to enter more value-oriented segments of the PC market and compete with Intel's i3 series CPUs. 
 
Unlike Intel's i3 lineup of CPUs, all AMD Ryzen 3 CPUs are overclockable and offer a total of four CPU cores. In contrast, only Intel's most expensive i3 CPU can overclock and offer only two CPU threads, though both CPUs offer four total threads. 
 
Below is the all known specification for AMD's Ryzen 3 lineup of CPUs, with the 1300X offering base/boost clocks of 3.5/3.7GHz and 1200 that offers base/boost clock speeds of 3.1/3.4GHz. At this time the pricing of AMD's Ryzen 3 CPUs is unknown. 
 
 
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 1300X443.5GHz3.7GHz?8MB65W?
Ryzen 3 1200
443.1GHz3.4Ghz?8MB65W?

 

These new CPUs will release later this month on July 27th with pricing that is expected to be between £100 and £140. Right now Intel's most expensive i3 dual core, the overclockable i3 7350K, is £139.99.    

 

AMD reveals Ryzen 3's release date and specifications  

Ryzen 3 will likely be the favourite of budget gamers, offering 4 strong CPU threads and overclockability, which is something that Intel does not offer at this product's expected price point. 

 

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

 

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13-07-2017, 14:52:37

AlienALX
Meh still no prices. That makes me a sad panda

I think it's fair to say Intel may be retiring their I3 series quite soon, though.Quote

13-07-2017, 14:56:08

Bartacus
Are they sticking to a single CCX with the Ryzen 3s?Quote

13-07-2017, 14:57:59

WYP
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
Are they sticking to a single CCX with the Ryzen 3s?
The Ryzen 5 1400 sticks to a single CCX, so Ryzen 3 is expected to do the same.

In the Ryzen Pro 3 series, both CPUs are also listed with 8MB of L3 cache, which also supports the single CCX theory.Quote

13-07-2017, 15:21:39

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
The Ryzen 5 1400 sticks to a single CCX, so Ryzen 3 is expected to do the same.

In the Ryzen Pro 3 series, both CPUs are also listed with 8MB of L3 cache, which also supports the single CCX theory.
You have proof of this? Because they said they are splitting cores across CCXs. 3 on one 3 on another. 2 on one etc.

Although I don't dispute Ryzen 3. They could just go to one ccx.Quote

13-07-2017, 16:59:27

WYP
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
You have proof of this? Because they said they are splitting cores across CCXs. 3 on one 3 on another. 2 on one etc.

Although I don't dispute Ryzen 3. They could just go to one ccx.
The R5 1400 only has 8MB of cache, CPUs that use two CCXs have 16MB.

https://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/arti...075508659l.jpg

1400 above, 1500X below.

https://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/arti...075508236l.jpgQuote
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