AMD’s Lisa Su has announced that the highly anticipated 3rd generation Ryzen 7nm CPUs will officially release on July 7th. AMD will release three products, the AMD Ryzen 3700X, the Ryzen 3800X and the Ryzen 3900X.
The AMD Ryzen 3700X will be priced at $329, will feature 8 CPU cores, will support 16 threads, will be clocked at 3.6Ghz with a turbo-boost of 4.4Ghz, and will require 65W of power.
On the other hand, the AMD Ryzen 3800X (which will target most gamers) will be priced at $399, will feature 8 CPU cores, will support 16 threads, will be clocked at 3.9Ghz with a turbo-boost of 4.5Ghz, and will require 105W of power.
Last but not least, the AMD Ryzen 3900X will be priced at $499, will feature 12 CPU cores, will support 24 threads, will be clocked at 3.8Ghz with a turbo-boost of 4.6Ghz, and will require 105W of power.
AMD claimed that the AMD Ryzen 3900X offers 14% better performance per core than the Intel i9-9920X, so it will be interesting to see whether AMD’s CPUs will be faster in video-games than Intel’s chips.