Computex 2019 hauled off in Taipei and at the gathering, AMD is showcasing its latest and newest CPUs and GPUs. The company unveiled its first 7 nm Navi GPUs, which will rise as a mid-range GPU against Nvidia’s RTX 2070 cards. The big announcement, however, was the first 12-core desktop chip of 7-nanometer worldwide, dubbed Ryzen 9 3900X for consumers.
First of all, Ryzen 9 CPU is the organization’s third-gen CPU that accompanies another Zen 2 design and has been professed to offer an execution improvement of 15 percent. The Ryzen 3900X has an absolute reserve base speed of 3.68GHz with 70 MB. Similarly, the new CPUs will have double reserve and double skimming focus as opposed to the past age. The AMD Ryzen 9 3900X is incredibly valuable for cash as it is valued at $ 499 and disputes with Intel’s $ 1,189 i9-9920X 12-center.
The AMD Ryzen 9 3900X is the world’s first 7-nanometer 12-core desktop CPU for consumers.
The company also unveiled the Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 5 3600 CPUs, respectively priced at $329 and $199, which are the affordable and efficient models. All these new CPUs will also support PCIe 4.0 which is much faster than PCIe 3.0. The Ryzen 7 has a 15% increase in single-core and an 18% increase in multi-thread scores compared to its precedors.
As for the RX 5,000 series, AMD is not yet ready to reveal much, but the company said we can expect 25 percent better performance per clock and 50 percent faster performance compared to previous versions. The RX 5000 series also supports PCIe 4.0 and fast GDDR6 memory. The new cards will be on sale in July and the company says it will share more details about the GPUs at E3.
Source : 91mobiles