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AMD Ryzen 3000 Could Come in 16 Cores Variants - The Rumor Mill



New rumors appeared this week regarding the next generation AMD Ryzen 3000 series processors and you will probably see all kind of information like this one in the following weeks until the official launch of AMD Ryzen 3000 series at CES.

According to the new rumors, the Ryzen 3000 series will have 10 CPUs besides the already traditional Ryzen 3, Ryzen 5, Ryzen3 series plus a new series called the Ryzen 9.

From within this new series the lowest CPU cores count will be 6 cores/12 threads (assuming that will be the Ryzen 3). The Ryzen 3 series will have an integrated Navi GPU sharing a common characteristic with it's bigger brother the Ryzen 5.

The rumors go on mentioning that Ryzen 7 will no longer have an integrated GPU in favor of adding 4 extra CPU cores, making the Ryzen 3000 7 series a 12 cores/24 threads part, with boost frequencies up to 5GHz.

Last but not least, the surprise release, the Ryzen 9 brings 16 cores/32 threads to the mainstream market and it is rumored that it will reach a maximum boost of 5.1Ghz. There is also a price rumor regarding the Ryzen 9, which is speculated to be around $500.

According to WCCFTech here is the complete lineup of the Ryzen 3000 Series:


As rumors go on, the Ryzen 3000 series will also come with brand new motherboards, featuring AMD's x570 chipset which will include PCI-Express 4.0! According to a material presented by GigaByte, the launch of the new series will motherboards will happen at Computex 2019. The event will be organized at the end of May 2019 so anyone who wants to get their hand on the new motherboard will have to wait until early June 2019.

The innovation of the PCI-Express 4.0 consists in more bandwidth that can be dedicated to M.2 storage solutions without limiting the maximum bandwidth needed by your graphics card. This means that the 20 PCI-Express lanes that current Ryzen CPUs have can be easily extended even further in the 3000 series, since PCI-Express 4.0 basically doubles the amount of bandwidth available in comparison with PCI-Express 3.0. Zen 2 architecture already supports PCI-E 4.0 (AMD confirmed this with their Epyc Rome CPUs) so maybe we will see it as well in the new Ryzen 3000 launch since these CPUs are based as well on the Zen 2 microarchitecture.

The Ryzen 3000 series will be compatible with existing motherboards but will be limited to PCI-E 3.0.

Things sound better and better with each news regarding AMD this year and next year sound even more promising. But do note that this rumors, as well as any other rumor should be taken with a large grain of salt as things might change dramatically when the 3000 series will be officially launched.


AMD Ryzen 3000 Could Come in 16 Cores Variants - The Rumor Mill Reviewed by John Colston on 12/10/2018 01:48:00 PM Rating: 5

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