AMD Ryzen 3000 of 6 cores walks through SiSoftware Sandra
By Lydia Scott 2019-05-23 559 0
Just 5 days until May 27, Lisa Su, CEO of AMD, officially presents the new AMD Ryzen 3000 Series processors. It will be during Computex 2019 when all Zen2 processors are presented. While the day of the presentation arrives, we are seeing new data of the next AMD processors. A benchmark of a Ryzen 3000 of 6 cores and 12 processing threads has been filtered. It has been through SiSoftware Sandra and there is no commercial name, the name is engineering and responds to 'AMD 100-000000031-02'.
Filtered an AMD Ryzen 3000 6-core processor in SiSoftware Sandra
The interesting, beyond that it is a processor of 6 cores and 12 threads, are its frequencies. This processor would work at a base frequency of 3.3GHz and Boost mode is not indicated. It would have 3MB of L2 cache and 32MB of L3 cache.
Another relevant aspect is the power of this processor. According to the software it gives a score of 196.8 GOPS. This is more than a Ryzen 5 2600X 6-core working at 4.27GHz with overclocking, which offers a score of 189.59 GOPS. The improvement is given because this new processor is based on Zen2 @ 7nm, compared to Zen + @ 12nm of the Ryzen 5 2600X.
This filtered processor would be an engineering sample, so it has room for improvement. Possibly at its launch it has higher frequencies and maybe, finally, AMD Ryzen have good overclocking capacity. This processor has been seen, by the way, with a MSI MEG X570 ACE motherboard.
Let's relax the nipples and wait for next week. There are very few days until these processors are officially presented. It will be at that moment when we see if they are a beast.
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