Zen 2 Based AMD Ryzen 3000 16 Core/32 Thread Flagship Specs Leaked


AMD’s Ryzen 3000 desktop CPUs are expected to be revealed at the end of the month by company CEO Dr. Lisa Su during a pre-Computex press-conference. Su is set to deliver the keynote for the prestigious event where she will announce the 7nm Zen 2 chips along with a possible tease of the mysterious Navi GPU family. Prominent leaker, TUM_APISAK (like always) has gone ahead of schedule and shared the specifications of the 16 Core/32 Thread Flagship, the AMD Ryzen 9 3800/X.

AMD Ryzen 3000


12 Core/24 Thread AMD Ryzen 3000 CPU to Come with Very High Clock Speeds

According to APISAK, this is an early sample with 16 Zen 2 cores and 32 threads clocked at a base clock of 3.2GHz and a boost of 4.2GHz. The clocks at the time of release might be a bit higher but not by much as it is quite near.

This latest leak falls in line with previous rumors that hinted at AMD coming up with a 16 core flagship for its Ryzen 3000 lineup. I usually suggest taking leaks like this with a grain of salt, but given this particular source’s reputation, I think it’s quite legit. APISAK also left a post-script saying that he might share an image of the purported CPU soon. Stay tuned!

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