Sunday, June 14th 2020

AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT and Ryzen 9 3900XT Listed on Amazon Italy, Release Dates Revealed

Amazon Italy listed two of AMD's three upcoming 3rd generation Ryzen XT series desktop processors. The listings also reveal tentative product announcement and availability dates. According to the listings, the 6-core/12-thread Ryzen 5 3600XT, with its maximum boost frequency at 4.50 GHz, is priced at 285€ including VAT, while the 12-core/24-thread 3900XT with 4.70 GHz boost frequency, goes for 570€ (including VAT). The 3600XT includes a Wraith Spire cooler in the box, while the 3900XT lacks any cooler in the box (unlike the 3900X, which includes a Wraith Prism).

The listings also reveal key dates for the 3rd gen Ryzen XT series desktop processors. Apparently, AMD will announce these processors tomorrow (June 16), possibly opening them up for pre-orders worldwide. Availability of the processors is slated for July 7, which is when the pre-orders will begin shipping. AMD is refreshing its 3rd gen Ryzen processor series with the 3600XT, 3800XT, and 3900XT, in a bid to make its product stack more competitive against the Core i5-10600K, i7-10700K, and i9-10900K.
Source: Tom's Hardware
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10 Comments on AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT and Ryzen 9 3900XT Listed on Amazon Italy, Release Dates Revealed

#1
Mussels
Moderprator
100MHz bump isn't worth the product release
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#2
hellrazor
Lots of AMD news just now, makes me a happy guy.
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#3
Melvis
Mussels
100MHz bump isn't worth the product release
Yeah I agree that is a shame, here I thought it was going to be 200MHz clock bump not 100........pitty
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#4
Rowsol
Who actually cares about these? Where is the 3300x?
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#5
Searing
Rowsol
Who actually cares about these? Where is the 3300x?
Yeah the 3300x was in stock the first week, then nothing since, here in Canada.
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#6
Darmok N Jalad
Mussels
100MHz bump isn't worth the product release
That all depends. If they charge the same old prices, then it’s still a win for the consumer. Also, it would be good to see how these compare to what they replace. If these chips manage to boost at higher frequencies more often than their predecessors, then the realized performance gain might be better than what the 100MHz increase might suggest. Doesn’t sound like it will be long now until we find out.
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Nkd
Mussels
100MHz bump isn't worth the product release
Relax that is boost. Since when did single core max boost mattered. Its all about sustained clock bump that matters.
Melvis
Yeah I agree that is a shame, here I thought it was going to be 200MHz clock bump not 100........pitty
That is boost clock 100mhz bump. Single core boost don't matter. Lets see what the base clock bump is and what the sustained boost is. That might be the real difference maker not the max single core boost.
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#8
Pumper
25% price premium for a 10% performance bump?
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#9
laszlo
Mussels
100MHz bump isn't worth the product release
unless they made changes and optimized it to have higher ipc to make it worth? ; we don't really know what is under the hood till is nda is lifted
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Mussels
Moderprator
Nkd
Relax that is boost. Since when did single core max boost mattered. Its all about sustained clock bump that matters.



That is boost clock 100mhz bump. Single core boost don't matter. Lets see what the base clock bump is and what the sustained boost is. That might be the real difference maker not the max single core boost.
true there, the difference from a 3700x to a 3800x is really just the base clock for example
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