Learn more about Ryzen 3000

AMD recently announced its lineup of upcoming Ryzen 3000 CPUs, which are set to change the industry in multiple ways. These chips will be the first ever from AMD based on an all-new manufacturing process designed for greater performance than ever before. In conjunction with its forthcoming X570 platform, this revolutionary chip will introduce a slew of new features and technologies that are sure to make waves throughout technology firms around the world.

New Zen 2 Architecture

AMD’s latest endeavor, named Zen 2, is based on a new way of manufacturing processes to create even faster and more cost effective processors than its predecessor AMD CPUs. Based off of the old process for AMD at 12 nm production, Zen 2 made the transition to a much newer 7 nm die as well as redesigned the physical layout of their CPU. The Z2 uses a multi-chip module design which means different components are mounted on separate dies from one another. If this technique proves successful then it will mean big performance gains, which makes sense since AMD has said there could be up to an increased 15% with instructions per cycle (IPC). And while we won’t know how much higher that number goes until release day – there’s no denying it looks like this could be a hugely successful leap forward for AMD in terms of delivering quality CPUs.

Zen 2 also offers high core count CPUs that are capable of maintaining relatively low TDPs (heat outputs) even under max load. The upcoming Ryzen 7 3700X with 8 cores and 16 threads operates at just 65W, whereas Intel’s comparable i7-9900K with the same number of cores and threads can reach 95W. Aside from that, the Ryzen has an MSRP of just $329 USD ($USD), while the 9900K starts at $479 USD ($USD). And the 2700X is only in AMD’s mid-tier lineup! In response to Intel’s higher-end offerings, AMD will also release CPUs with up to 16 cores and 32 threads.

What is X570?

We’ll now discuss another feature that sets Zen 2 and Ryzen 3000 apart – the X570 chipset. This new family of processors will be supported by the newest motherboard chipsets coming out this year to truly make these machines shine. Unlike older processor lines, each variant in this lineup uses the same socket (Socket AM4). While you won’t be able to exploit all of these capabilities on an old board, you’ll still get access to some real great stuff–like PCIe 4.0; a new standard that promises up to double the bandwidth speeds for both graphics cards and data storage devices. To date, things have been limited at just 1GB/s for video cards and 16GB/s for full-length slots using previous iterations of PCI Express standards—but with PCIE 4.0 those figures are now doubled with up to 32GB/s in single x16 slots!

It is clear that not only video cards will benefit from this new 4.0 protocol – but so too other connected devices. Recently, more PCIe-based NVMe SSD’s have been made available to the general public and these devices are becoming increasingly powerful at an alarming rate of speed every year; most notably 42% increase in read/write speeds (as seen in initial tests). As it becomes more mature and perfected over time, this number will likely grow even larger as it has yet to plateau or stop improving dramatically. With numerous manufacturer announcing brand new products compatible with the upcoming specs, consumers can expect them to be released simultaneously with AMD’s next generation CPU and motherboard platforms which also utilise a 7nm process similar to the Zen 2 technology used by current processors

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