What you need to know
- AMD announced the Ryzen 3 3100 and 3300X today.
- They are the fastest Ryzen 3 processors that AMD has released.
- They support PCIe 4.0 and have eight threads for hyperthreading.
AMD just announced two more entry-level processors, the Ryzen 3 3100 and Ryzen 3 3300X. Both processors are built on the Zen 2 7nm platform and support PCIe 4.0 like the rest of the Ryzen 3000 range. AMD hasn't released pricing details for the two new chips yet, though they'll likely deliver a good value based on the rest of the Ryzen 3000 range.
The Ryzen 3 3100 has four cores, eight threads, and a max boost clock of up to 3.9GHz. Its base clock speed is 3.6GHz. The Ryzen 3 3300X also has four cores and eight threads but has a higher max boost clock of up to 4.3GHz. Its base clock is also higher at 3.8Ghz.
Delivering world class desktop performance to mainstream gamers, meet the @AMD Ryzen 3 3100 and 3300X – the fastest AMD Ryzen 3 desktop processors ever.
Learn more: https://t.co/1hds1Zcbre pic.twitter.com/np0ss33wTHDelivering world class desktop performance to mainstream gamers, meet the @AMD Ryzen 3 3100 and 3300X – the fastest AMD Ryzen 3 desktop processors ever.
Learn more: https://t.co/1hds1Zcbre pic.twitter.com/np0ss33wTH— AMD Ryzen (@AMDRyzen) April 21, 2020April 21, 2020
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On Quad Core Segment, iGPU is a must have most ppl buying 4 core CPU are aiming for office, general usage computer, if someone want to spend on budget AM4 they better go 1600 AF, or 2600/1600 for gaming Otherwise the i3 CPU still better buy due iGPU for office use, tho K version of i3 is make no sense
Agree 100%, if this was 60$ I could understand, but at 100$ it makes no sense.
AMD already has those. The Ryzen 3200G and 3400G are both quad-core APUs. The Ryzen 5 3400G is 4c/8t with 11 GPU cores and is around $150. And it's a better buy than an i3.
you can get i3 9100 for 100$. which is a very low power computer CPU, with iGPU for office PC, this is very good chip, if AMD want to disrupt this segment they need to give iGPU on 100$ range with new generation process node so it will have lower power usage, 3000 series APU is not Zen 2, it's Zen + otherwise stick with i3 for your office
Who says they want to "disrupt" the segment? I'd argue you're wrong and that they've disrupted it already with insane graphics performance without the need for a dedicated GPU. Not to mention that the i3 9100 might well be 100 bucks but with a weak GPU and no hyperthreading. Do system builders really want to build a light machine for "office work". Traditionally not. That kind of machine can always be bought affordably pre-built. You might not see the benefit of the 3100 and 3300X, but remember this. Not too many years ago a 4c/8t PC was the high end. It's what the gamers were building and spending over a grand on. Now we're talking $100.
I love how AMD is democratizing high-performance CPUs
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