AMD has organized a pre-show conference and a keynote speech just before the opening of Taipei Computer Show which is starting tomorrow. AMD has announced a series of new products including the Ryzen 3000 series processor, ECYC Opteron Processor and RX5000 series based on 7nm Navi graphics card.
The EPYC Opteron processor is codenamed Remo, it is based on Zen2 architecture using 7nm process, it uses up to 64 cores and 128 threads, the product is the right choice for data centers.
AMD CEO Su Zifeng said that the performance of second-generation EPYC is 2-4 times better than the first generation. In order to measure the performance accurately, it was compared with the Intel Xeon Platinum 28-core processor 8280. The test performance indicates that the Xeon 8280 shows 9.68 ns per day whereas, AMD II EDYC 64-core delivers 19.6 ns per day.
AMD’s second product AMD 7nm Navi graphics card RX5000 series is using a new RDNA architecture which shows 50% improvement in power consumption and 25% improvement in per Hz frequency when compared to NVIDIA RTX 2070 the AMD RX5000 delivered 10 more frames in the game as compared to the rival.
Dr. Su said that new RX5700 series will be shipped in July,
The new Ryzen 3000 series processor is based on 7nm Zen2 architecture. It is a third-generation AM4 interface processor and the world’s first processor that supports PCIe 4.0.
According to Dr. Su the Ryzen 3000 series has been improved by 15% which provides twice the cache size and twice the floating point in computing power.
The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X features 8 core 16 thread design, basic frequency is 3.6GHz, the Boost frequency is 4.4GHz, 36MB cache, TDP 65W, 4806 scores in Cinebench R20, and single core and Core i7-9700K The ratio has increased by 1%.
The next, Ryzen 7 3800X was displayed at a higher frequency. It also provided a 3.9 GHz base frequency and a 4.5 GHz Boost frequency for the 8-core 16-thread design, TDP also came to 105 W.
Another AMD Ryzen 9 3900X features 12-core 24-thread design and 70MB cache, TDP is 105W. When compared to Intel’s Core i9-9920K the Ryzen 9 3900X outperformed the Intel Core i9 phenomenally. The Ryzen 7 3700X is priced at $329, the Ryzen 7 3800X at $399, and the Ryzen 9 3900X at $499. The processors would be available on July 7.