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AMD Ryzen 9 3800X, Ryzen 7 3700X, Ryzen 5 3600X Spotted in Online Stores

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, May 3, 2019.

  1. Kool64

    Kool64 Master Guru

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    I’m probably going to be one of the only ones to be “upgrading” my 1600x to a 6 core 3000 series but I’m gonna love it none the less.
     
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    My best guess would be tdp targets if the the 3600x is an 65 tdp cpu and the 3700 is a 95 tdp one or they just do not want to squeeze to max their midrange since they really do not need too z we will see!
     
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    lol, i just thought you were only talking about amds, as thread is about ryzen and only joked.
    but yeah, doing it for a while. i remember at least starting with i-series, not sure about C2x ships
     
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    A locked Ryzen?! Uh you seem a big misguided. I have built several Ryzen systems for others and myself. I have yet to see a system loose performance from overclocking. Overclocking Ryzen isn't for everyone and is less necessary than other CPUs. However, overclocking especially a 2600 non X Ryzen will absolutely deliver better performance. Yes, overclocking is actually never more efficient as it steps outside of the design of the CPU but I have absolutely never lost performance from overclocking a Ryzen CPU. 1700 is worth an OC, 2600 worth it, 2700X depends on what you do but definitely never lost performance.
     

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    Well Zen 2 specs are here officially and it's $399 for the 3800X which can match a 9900K in performance. $329 3700X might get you there with some overclocking. Zen 2 is looking great but I knew it wouldn't be like adoredTV leak.
     

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