We’ve been seeing a lot of leaks regarding AMD’s upcoming Zen 2 based Ryzen 3000 desktopclass processors these days. Considering that the launch date is less than a month away, it’s not at all surprising. Yesterday, prominent Twitter leaker, TUM_APISAK shared the specs of the flagship (Ryzen 9 3800) 7nm CPU as 16 cores and 32 threads. Now, Jim from AdoredTV has joined the chorus by posting that the Ryzen 7 3700X will come with very high clocks to entice gamers away from Intel’s 9th Gen Core i7, and i9 processors.

12 Core/24 Thread AMD Ryzen 3000

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Like APISAK, AdoredTV is one of the more reputable sources with a clean track record, and it can be said with a good deal of certainty that the Ryzen 3000 lineup with feature 6 cores (12 threads) for the entrylevel Ryzen 3 parts, the 3700(X) packing 12 cores and 24 threads, and lastly the Ryzen 9 3800 enthusiast CPU coming with an insane 16C/32T configuration.

12 Core/24 Thread AMD Ryzen 3000

The pricing should start from $100 for the hex-core chips with the Ryzen 7 and 9 priced in the $300 and $500 segment, respectively. Once again, just in case you missed, AMD CEO, Dr. Lisa Su is expected to announce the 7nm Zen 2 processors at a pre-Computex press-conference at the end of the month.

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  1. This is the time for AMD to step on it and not take the foot off Intel’s throat. Intel will not have a 7nm part until 2021.

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