AMD has announced the Ryzen 3 3300X and Ryzen 3 3100 processors along with their specifications. Apparently AMD has a winning card with these two processors, especially the Ryzen 3 3300X.
AMD Ryzen 3300X beats the i7-7700K at the Geekbench
It seems that AMD plans to deliver a 3300X processor for 120 dollars performance levels up to i7-7700K with its upcoming Ryzen 3, at least according to filtered results from Geekbench 4 (courtesy of TUM-APISAK on Twitter) and Cinebench R15. The i7-7700K was one of Intel’s flagships about 3 years ago, AMD reduced this processor to the budget category after years of intense competition.
The Geekbench results for the AMD Ryzen 3 3300X processor are slightly higher than those for Intel’s Kaby Lake (i7-7700K), which makes the budget-oriented AMD Ryzen 3 a great chip in terms of value for money.
With the Ryzen 3 3300X, AMD offers higher clock speeds that can reach up to 4.3GHz, and for the performance, it would have, it would be perfect for a budget-oriented “gaming” computer.
Both Ryzen 3 3100 and Ryzen 3 3300X will be launched in May, although the date will depend on how things develop with COVID-19. Deliveries may be delayed and other factors may limit the launch of the processor in some regions, but AMD is confident that the product will be released next month. We will have more information on availability as we approach the release date of this product.
Both Ryzen 3 3300X and Ryzen 3 3100 are 4-core, 8-wire processors with 16 MB L3 cache, and a 65 W TDP.