After its presentation of the Computex 2019, AMD has made the official specifications of its new third-generation Ryzen processors, including the Ryzen 9, 7 and 5 models, with twelve, eight and six cores and hyperthreading. With the Zen 2 architecture, AMD promises to double the cache size, floating point performance and 15% more IPC. With this we obtain a clear generational improvement with respect to the past processors, especially with the frequencies that we have on the table.
As you see here, in the specifications we have included two processors that AMD has not reported in his press conference: the Ryzen 5 3600X and the Ryzen 5 3600. They are two models of six cores that offer boost frequencies above 4 GHz. The entire series of Zen 2 processors, by the way, has frequencies above 3, 5 GHz base and equal or higher than 4.2 GHz boost, and that’s worthy of praise. The third generation Ryzen is key for players, with an increase in cache sizes and frequencies in a single core, which will improve performance to a single thread and reduce memory latency. The new AMD processors will reach the market on July 7.
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