AMD Announces 3rd Gen Ryzen 3000 CPUs

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AMD at their CES press conference has just announced the latest generation of Ryzen Processors, the Ryzen 3000 series and according to CEO Dr. Lisa Su, it is the most advanced Gaming CPU in the world.

They showcased a live benchmark comparison of the 8 core 16 thread Ryzen 3000 processor (early sample, frequency not final) against the Intel Core i9-9900K at stock speeds on the Cinebench.


On the left Core i9-9900K with a score of 2040 and on the right is the 3rd Gen Ryzen 3000 Processor with a score of 2057. The Ryzen also consumes around 25% lesser power than the Core i9 which is very impressive.

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3rd Gen Ryzen will also be the world’s first PC platform to support the ultra fast PCIE Gen 4.0 standard.

“Our mission with Ryzen has always been clear. Our job is to push the boundaries of what can be done by a desktop processor. The third Gen Ryzen Processor is the next big thing in that mission. Third gen Ryzen is also powered by the Zen 2 core, also has 7nm technology and as a desktop processor it will absolutely set the bar on performance, technology and power efficiency” – Lisa Su, CEO – AMD

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