AMD introduced ryzen 3000 processors: 12 cores and up to 4.6 GHz for $500
Today, at the opening of Computex 2019, AMD presented the long-awaited 7-nm ryzen processors of the third generation (Matisse). The model range of novelties based on Zen 2 microarchitecture includes five models of processors, ranging from 200-dollar and six-core Ryzen 5 and ending with 500-dollar ryzen 9 chips with twelve computing cores. Sales of new products, as expected earlier, will begin on July 7 this year. Together with them, motherboards based on the X570 logic set will have to come to the market.
The output of the Ryzen 3000 processors based on the Zen 2 microarchitecture seems to be a truly tectonic shift in the PC market. Judging by the information provided by AMD today at the presentation, the company intends to seize the lead and become a manufacturer of the most technologically advanced processors for mass systems. In many ways, this should contribute to the new 7-nm process TSMC, which is used in the manufacture of Ryzen third generation. Thanks to him, AMD was able to solve two important tasks: to seriously reduce the power consumption of high-performance chips, as well as make them affordable.
A significant contribution to the success of the new Ryzen should make a new microarchitecture Zen 2. According to AMD's promises, the growth of IPC (performance per clock cycle) compared to Zen+ was 15 %, and the new processors will be able to operate at higher frequencies. Also among the advantages of Zen 2 there is a significant increase in the volume of cache memory of the third level and a twofold improvement in the performance of the block of operations with real numbers (FPU).
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