ryzen 3000

  1. Zarathustra[H]

    German Site Jumps the Gun on Ryzen 3000 Benchmarks

    If you ask me, this is pretty much what I expected. Pretty much what I expected. Trading blows depending on the title, trailing slightly in the games which are more highly dependent on a single fast thread, but in every case fast enough that you are probably going to be GPU limited before you...
  2. Zarathustra[H]

    New AMD Video on Updated PBO for Ryzen 3000

    Pretty short, and light on details, but it is interesting to get at least an inkling of what is coming: FrgMstr seemed pretty impressed with the last gen of PBO when he reviewed it on the Threadripper and this gen seems improved! Robert Hallock has quite the mirror imaged drawing skills!
  3. S

    AMD Ryzen 9 3000 is a 16-core Socket AM4 Beast

    AMD is giving finishing touches to its 3rd generation Ryzen socket AM4 processor family which is slated for a Computex 2019 unveiling, followed by a possible E3 market availability. Based on the "Matisse" multi-chip module that combines up to two 8-core "Zen 2" chiplets with a 14 nm I/O...
  4. Pieter3dnow

    AdoredTV reflection (AMD benchmarks) on Zen2

    Here Jim goes where he has not gone before with Zen 2 trying to explain what we have seen so far and reflection on how AMD uses benchmarks to profoundly show their best case scenario for performance.
  5. cageymaru

    Navi, Vega II, Ryzen 3000 and More AMD CES Rumors

    AdoredTV on YouTube has released a new video where he speculates on upcoming AMD product launches for 2019 such as Navi, Vega II, and Ryzen 2. AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su will have the undivided attention of the entire tech industry when she delivers her keynote speech at CES 2019, and it...
  6. cageymaru

    AdoredTV Discusses the Recent AMD Ryzen and Radeon 3000 Series Leaks

    AdoredTV has released a new video entitled "Ryzen 3000, Radeon 3000 Series LEAKS - It's Game On!" where he compares his trusted source of leaks to the "fake" leaks that were posted recently. He analyzes the differences in nomenclature and clock speed due to binning. Then he ties it all together...
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