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AMD Ryzen 3000XT: Boosting new ways

AMD has announced three new additions to the 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen desktop processor family, introducing XT branding for the first time to the Ryzen family of processors, to maximize any performance under any workload.

AMD Ryzen XT series

AMD announced three new processors offering high frequencies and further filling out their CPU stack. Each of these processors will be available in primary regions on 7th of July. The new XT family of processors focuses mostly on boosting the turbo frequency by 100-200 MHz but with achieving same power so to achieve that it was using 7nm technology for its manufacturing process.

Top Processors

Ryzen 9 3900 XT is one of the top new processors upcoming which offers a boost of 100MHz over the 3900x and with the same price & 3800 XT provides a boost of +200MHz on the turbo frequency and again with the same price of 3800X, all have Zen-2 architecture

AMD also provided several thermal solutions. Where Ryzen 5 3600XT comes with 6 cores and is bundled with AMD’s wraith spire cooler. AMD also stated that it is recommending the use of AIO solution with a minimum of 280 mm radiator or equivalent air cooling to give the best experience for its products.

Supporting Motherboards

The new processors will be supported in any motherboard that already supports Zen-2 based 3000 hardware, where retail for these parts is expected on 7th July. AMD will be extending their AM4 socket architecture with the instruction of new A520 chipset motherboards and the global availability of B550 motherboards. The A520 chipset looks to be a more pared-back motherboard with the general purpose use. Where new A520 and B550 motherboards will be compatible with all 3rd generation Ryzen 3000 processors

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