Tuesday, June 11
Maybe The Pig Will Learn To Sing Edition
- AMD's Ryzen 9 3950X features 16 cores / 32 threads, a top clock speed of 4.7GHz, and a 105W TDP. (AnandTech)
$749, available in September.
That's a lot of money for a mainstream desktop processor, but then, that's a lot of cores for a mainstream desktop processor.
If you want all the technical details, AnandTech has those too.
- AMD's Ryzen 3200G provides 4 cores / 4 threads at 4GHz for $99. (AnandTech)
That's a bit more affordable. Also includes Vega 8 graphics and DDR4 2933 support, with a 65W TDP.
The 3400G has 4 cores / 8 threads, runs at up to 4.2GHz, Vega 11 graphics, $149.
- AMD's Radeon 5700 XT is the first Navi product to ship. (AnandTech)
9.75 TFLOPs, 225W, 8GB 14Gbps GDDR6 RAM, $449. Oh, and it's PCIe 4.0.
The Radeon 5700 non-XT delivers 7.9 TFLOPs at 180W for $379. Still with 8GB of 14Gbps DDR6 RAM.
The 5700 XT seems to perform better than the RTX 2070 on the whole, but wait a month for third-party benchmarks.
- Some companies not called AMD probably did something too.
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Is a 16-core processor really "mainstream", though? FWIW, Intel's 16-core processor, which they call HEDT, not mainstream, is $1700 and has a 200MHz lower single-core clock.
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