- Jun 13, 2003
Really? Of course we have evidence of Ryzen 2 but 3 does not yet exist. (Ryzen 3000 series or Ryzen 2, same thing.) On the other hand, at this time, we have zero evidence of anything that Intel would be offering. Perhaps after being smacked around by AMD, this will be there true wake up call but, we will see.
It's Zen 2, Ryzen 3- get your theological tenets straight
And we have roadmaps for both, but no hardware, no release dates, and no independent tests.
So they're at the same level