Upcoming Ryzen 3rd Gen (Matisse) Processors went through 3Dmark Physics Fire Strike benchmarks according to legendary credible TUM_APISAK leaker on Twitter. Scores are incredibly shocking for some of the tech enthusiasts. Especially, $200 priced Ryzen 5 3600 chip by AMD scored big with 19000-19900 points. Clearly, this benchmark shows that 6 Cores 12 Threaded Ryzen 5 3600 is the strongest rival to Intel Core i7-9700K with only 8 Cores and no hyperthreading enabled. Nowadays, most triple-A game titles are optimized well for Hexa Core powered CPUs like Assassin’s Creed Odyssey fully utilizes 6 Cores 12 Threads effectively. We predict that Ryzen 5 3600 will be the next mainstream processor for masses. Currently, Ryzen 5 2600 is the best choice for midrange market to run most titles on 1080p or 1440p resolution.
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On top of that, Ryzen 7 3700X 8 Cores 12 Thread CPU is going toe to toe with Intel’s current flagship Core i9-9900K. Stunningly, 12 Core 24 Thread Beast named Ryzen 9 3900X is also leading highest scores up to 30000 points while dominating 2nd Gen Threadripper 2950X.
Amazing performance awaits from AMD Ryzen 3000 series since at Computex 2019 AMD has promised that single-threaded performance will be matching current Intel’s lineup and multithreaded ability will arrive with superior characteristics. The AMD’s secret recipe for success is the 7nm technology with dense transistors consisted on chiplet design rather stacking together like Intel chips. Remarkable chiplet design of Zen 2 Core architecture gives scalability up to multiple numbers of cores and efficient thermal performance. Therefore, while Moore’s Law is slowing down significantly, AMD is taking the opportunity to bring up own solutions for scalability up to 5nm node shrinking for upcoming Zen 4 processors. Future is very bright for x86-64 CPUs in this hot competition between two rival chipmakers.