AMD is expected to reveal the Ryzen 3000 CPUs at the end of this month, with a launch followed in July. The countdown to Dr. Lisa Su’s pre-Computex keynote has already started, and some antsy retailers have already started putting up listings of the hotly anticipated 7nm chips. One of these sellers includes a major computer component eStore from Turkey,
Although all the listings mention the Ryzen 3000 processors as, “sold out”, the specs have been listed and they coincide with what leaks have already told us. It’s very likely that the retailer just copied the rumored specs in an attempt to garner some attention, but seeing that the Computex announcement isn’t too far, and pre-orders should go live by the end of this month itself, it’s likely that the seller has received the preliminary info.
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According to the Turkish website, the AMD Ryzen 3000 processors will leverage the AM4 socket, and increase the core count over the existing 2000 lineup by 50%. We can see the Ryzen 3 chips with six cores and a cache of 12MB, the mid-range Ryzen 5 3600/X with six cores and 16MB of cache memory. The top-end 3700/X and 3800/X feature 12C/24T and 16C/32T, respectively, with cache sizes of 24MB in case of the former and 32MB for the enthusiast range Ryzen 9 3800/X.
The Ryzen 7 3700X tops out with a boost clock of 5GHz (base of 4.2), with the 3600X and 3800X following shortly after with boost clocks of 3.7 and 3.8Ghz, respectively. The listing also puts the core count of the Ryzen 3s at 6 with 12 threads, and a boost clock of 4.30GHz for the X variant. Take this info with a grain of salt as always, but I don’t think the actual specs to be much different from these.