Little is safe on the web, and once things leak they do spread like wildfire. Before we dive into the information (and there is a lot to cover) we want to apply the disclaimer that all this is unconfirmed information, but these are rather juicy details.
The information was posted by YouTuber Jim from AdoredTV and followed by wccftech involves the upcoming Ryzen 3000 lineup. In his video he talks about detailed information about the next-generation Ryzen processors. Last months we've already heard about ZEN2 at 7nm on the Epyc platform with its chiplet design, and that would apply to Ryzen 3000 as well. Again, please take the information with a grain of salt and the usual healthy disclaimers in mind.
It is mentioned that Ryzen 3000 would start with six cores for entry-level running up-to sixteen cores for high-end. The good stuff can get Turbo frequencies over 5 GHz. If true, this all might just be what the doctor ordered for AMD.
AMD Ryzen 3000 series assumed specifications
|AMD Ryzen||Base Clock||Turbo Clock||Cores/Threads||TDP||Price||Announced|
|Ryzen 3 3300||3.2GHz||4.0GHz||6/12||50W||$99||CES|
|Ryzen 3 3300X||3.5GHz||4.3GHz||6/12||65W||$129||CES|
|Ryzen 3 3300G||3.0GHz||3.8GHz||6/12||65W||$129||Q3 2019|
|Ryzen 5 3600||3.6GHz||4.4GHz||8/16||65W||$178||CES|
|Ryzen 5 3600X||4.0GHz||4.8GHz||8/16||95W||$229||CES|
|Ryzen 5 3600G||3.2GHz||4.0GHz||8/16||95W||$199||Q3 2019|
|Ryzen 7 3700||3.8GHz||4.6GHz||12/24||95W||$299||CES|
|Ryzen 7 3700X||4.2GHz||5.0GHz||12/24||105W||$329||CES|
|Ryzen 9 3800X||3.9GHz||4.7GHz||16/32||125W||$449||CES|
|Ryzen 9 3850X||4.3GHz||5.1GHz||16/32||135W||$499||May 2019|
Ryzen 3 3300X, 3300 and 3300G (6c/12t), up to 4.3 GHz
AMD would release four product segments, low, mainstream, high-end and let us call it enthusiast level. The range starts with Ryzen 3 3000 series processors called 3300X, 3300 & 3300G. The one with the G would get embedded graphics. Now the 'entry-level' procs would be six-core parts with twelve threads. I know, hard to believe right? Then again, AMD has been on a more-core race for a while now. The 3300G would feature an integrated Navi 12 IGP with 15 CUs. The Ryzen 3 3300X would be the fastest six-core Ryzen part. Here the proc would feature a turbo to 4.3 GHz all at a TDP of 65W. These procs would sit in a 100~149 USD price bracket.
Ryzen 5 3600X, 3600 and 3600G (8c/16t), up to 4.8 GHz
At prices between 200~300 USD we reach the mainstream segment with Ryzen 5 3000 CPUs in the form of the 3600X, 3600 and 3600G. The one with the G would get embedded graphics (Navi 12 with 14 activated CUs). You guessed it, these would be 8-core parts and 16 threads. The Ryzen 5 3600X would run towards 4.8 GHz on its turbo clock and has a 95 Watt TDP.
Ryzen 7 3700X, 3700 (12c/24t), up to 5.0 GHz
Here's where things get more serious, two 3700 series procs, both have 12 cores and 24 threads. The 3700 runs to 4.6 GHz and the X version, towards 5.0 GHz and sit in the 300~350 USD range.
Ryzen 9 3850X, 3800X (16c/32t), up to 5.1 GHz
It doesn't stop here though, there are two 16-core processors to be launched and both feature two 8 core Zen 2 dies and that's 32 threads at a price under 500 USD. The Ryzen 9 3850X does have a spicy TDP but an equally spicy turbo clock of 5.1 GHz.
If all true and not fake or a hoax (hey a lot of people have a lot of free time on their hands to post on Social platforms these days), this is looking to become a very interesting lineup from top to bottom, fingers crossed.