AMD has just made a minor update to its 2019 release plan! After all, despite all the success of the Ryzen 3000 processor range, we have not yet had the honor of getting the super Ryzen 9 3950X on the market with its 16 cores and 32 threads.
AMD will even release the 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X, 32 threads still in 2019! Namely already in November, to greatly attack the holiday season
The big monster of the AMD Ryzen 3000 range will hit the market with a boost of up to 4.7GHz, which should now be reachable after the latest updates to the AGESA micro code.
However, the base frequency of this ~ 750 € processor will be 3.5GHz, with a 105 W TDP and a massive 72Mb cache. However, we have to say that the processor arrives late on, since at E3 AMD promised a release in September.
AMD will also bet on the third generation of Ryzen Threadripper (Rome) processors, which are also expected to hit the market in November.
This new range of processors will fight head-to-head with Intel's new Cascade Lake-X offering. And apparently, AMD's goal is to decimate its rival in this market segment. After all, according to all leaks, the manufacturer is likely to be able to get a 64-core, 128-threaded processor on the market!
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Intel admits defeat to AMD… But promises to be more aggressive!
The processor market has never been as hot as it is now, thanks to AMD's Ryzen 3000, which completely shook off Intel's domain spanning over a decade.
But what's really interesting is that Intel made public claim that it lost market share to AMD at the recent conference City Global Tech… However, the company is aware of what is happening, and therefore promises more aggression for the future.
Intel admitted loss of market share to AMD! And now?
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