AMD's Ryzen 9 3950X
AMD's Lisa Su announces the 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X at AMD's tech day in Los Angeles over the weekend

At this year’s Computex, some reporters claimed to have seen the CPU in action behind the scenes, but on point during the weekend’s AMD Next Horizon Gaming tech day in Los Angeles, CEO Dr. Lisa Su verified the CPU’s requirements and accessibility.

The Ryzen 9 3950X will have 16 cores and 32 threads, meaning its rivals will be like AMD’s own 2nd Gen Threadripper 2950X in terms of multi-threaded performance, and Intel’s Core i9-9980XE will of course have two more cores.

The Ryzen 9 3950X will have a peak boost frequency of 4.7GHz, 16 cores, and 32 threads

However, the Ryzen 9 3950X is actually quicker than Intel’s computer flagship in order of clock speed with a 4.7GHz boost frequency-the fastest of any Ryzen CPU, even though the latter has two more cores.

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The base frequency of 3.5GHz betrays what is probable to be a low all-core frequency to fulfill that 105W TDP, but we’re going to have to wait and find out what it is.

AMD has stated that the huge 72 MB cache is to decrease latency by decreasing the CPU’s need for local memory access. The reason why the CPU announcement was delayed is still uncertain.

I suspected AMD was waiting for Intel to announce its next-generation high-end desktop processors, but maybe AMD reached the boundaries of tweaking its new 16-core CPU and chose to start it as-is instead of pushing stuff further.

However, the firm could launch a greater TDP version that could deliver greater frequencies out of the box, very possibly.

In any case, AMD looks set to claim the mainstream desktop performance crown and with a maximum boost frequency greater than the Intel Core i9-9980XE, this is probable to be the ultimate all-round CPU for gaming and content development, particularly as it does not require costly motherboards or memory high-end desktops.

Source: Forbes

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