AMD to Release Ryzen 7000X3D Series Desktop Processors

AMD has announced the release of their latest series of desktop processors, the Ryzen 7000X3D series, set to hit the market on February 28th. This highly anticipated release has been creating a lot of buzz, with some testers already getting their hands on the processors for early testing.

R9 7900X3D Appears in "Ash of the Singularity" Benchmark Database

One piece of information that has been leaked is the benchmark data for the R9 7900X3D in the popular game "Ash of the Singularity." This data, which was listed on February 28th, shows that the R9 7900X3D has 12 cores and 24 threads, a turbo frequency of 5.6GHz, a 140MB cache, and a 120W TDP. It is priced at $599, which is roughly 4103 yuan.

16-Core R9 7950X3D Also to be Released on February 28

In addition to the R9 7900X3D, AMD will also be releasing the 16-core R9 7950X3D on February 28th. This processor will have a turbo frequency of up to 5.7GHz and a 144MB cache, and will be priced at $699 (approximately 4788 yuan).

R7 7800X3D to be Released in April

While the R9 7900X3D and R9 7950X3D will be available later this month, the R7 7800X3D will not be released until April. This processor will have 8 cores and 16 threads, a turbo frequency of 5.0GHz, a 104MB cache, and will be priced at $449 (roughly 3076 yuan).

Performance Evaluation to be Lifted When Processors Go on Sale

With the release date of February 28th quickly approaching, many are eagerly waiting to see the performance evaluations of the new Ryzen 7000X3D series processors. With such high expectations, it will be interesting to see how they perform in real-world applications.

Post a Comment