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It’s the review we’ve all been waiting for. Since December last year – and particularly since CES – AMD has been teasing us about the new Zen 2 microarchitecture and AMD’s newest Ryzen 3000 series of CPUs. Incorporating a significantly upgraded CPU architecture and built using TSMC's latest generation manufacturing process, AMD has continued to run at full speed at a time when rival Intel has struggled to move at all. The end result is that while the first and second generation of Ryzen CPUs were all about AMD returning to competition and eating into Intel's substantial performance lead, the Ryzen 3000 series is nothing less than AMD's first shot in nearly 13 years at meeting (or beating) Intel at their own game in the desktop CPU market. It's a big moment for AMD, and an exciting one in the CPU industry as a whole.

Source: AnandTech: 3900X and 3700X

Also from AnandTech: AMD Ryzen 3000 Post-Review BIOS Update Recap: Larger ST Gains, Some Gains, Some Losses



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Gamers Nexus: Ryzen 5 3600

TechSpot: 3900X and 3700X | 3600 | 4GHz CPU Battle: Ryzen 3900X vs. 3700X vs. Core i9-9900K - Instructions Per Cycle

Tom's Hardware: 3900X and 3700X

PC Perspective: 3900X and 3700X

Guru3D: 3900X and 3700X

TechPowerUp: 3700X | 3900X | Zen 2 Memory Performance Scaling with Ryzen 9 3900X

PC World: Ryzen 9 3900X

Tom's Hardware Germany (translated): 3900X and 3700X

The Tech Report: 3900X and 3700X





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A bit disappointed with the gaming performance so far (seems like 1/2 games are that much better than a 2700x [FC5]) and they don't seem to clock too well (TPU had the 3900x at 4GHz, granted they had issues with cooling; G3D hit ~4.4GHz on the 3700x, which doesn't bode well for the rest of the line up).

A stock 1800x seems to be about 11% worse than a stock 3700x at 1080p, which really doesn't seem much of a step up considering the clock-speed differences. I'd assume the boost-clock-bins are similar that if the 3700x hits 4.2 @ ~16 threads used, the 1800x would hit ~3.8 [based on what the 3900x does].

On the other hand, 12 cores for $500 and 16 cores for $750(?) seem like a great value especially if upgrading from a 1xxx or 2xxx series CPU.
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A bit disappointed with the gaming performance so far (seems like 1/2 games are that much better than a 2700x [FC5]) and they don't seem to clock too well (TPU had the 3900x at 4GHz, granted they had issues with cooling; G3D hit ~4.4GHz on the 3700x, which doesn't bode well for the rest of the line up).

A stock 1800x seems to be about 11% worse than a stock 3700x at 1080p, which really doesn't seem much of a step up considering the clock-speed differences. I'd assume the boost-clock-bins are similar that if the 3700x hits 4.2 @ ~16 threads used, the 1800x would hit ~3.8 [based on what the 3900x does].

On the other hand, 12 cores for $500 and 16 cores for $750(?) seem like a great value especially if upgrading from a 1xxx or 2xxx series CPU.
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Even the 3700X looks like a substantial upgrade from the 2700X for gaming. Aside from a couple of odd titles at 720p, I honestly couldn't see the 9900K as the clear winner, unlike what Intel had us believing.

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