The Ryzen 3 1300X and Ryzen 3 1200 were recently launched and what is most noticeable at them is that the manufacturers focused on producing quality products at an affordable price range.
Ryzen is best known for offering more cores than Intel at a lower price, as well. For instance, Ryzen 3 1200 comes equipped with four cores and threads, a 3.1 GHz base clock and also a 3.4GHz boost clock and is a less pricey version of the Intel Core i3-7100. Moreover, the Ryzen 3 1300X promises a 3.5 GHz base clock and 3.7 GHz boost clock which is also more affordable than Intel’s i3-7300.
There are still some performance differences between both Ryzen and Intel Core, such as Ryzen having better results in multi-threaded asks or Intel’’ superior instructions per cycle (IPC) performance and higher clock speed.
AMD stated that their Ryzen 3 will allow 1080p gaming experience too, due to the multiple cores and will be the equivalent of Intel Core i3.
The price and performance of these Ryzen devices make quite a convincing argument to be bought, but the absence of an integrated GPU like Core i3 have makes it lose its value. However, more expensive Ryzen chips do come equipped with a more subtle GPU.
Also, AMD stated that Ryzen 3 will be a binned chip, just like their Ryzen 5 version, with disabled cores that are aligned in a 2+2 position. Ryzen 3 is supposed to be released before the Advanced Micro Devices company’s appearance at Siggraph conference. At the Los Angeles
At the Los Angeles conference, there are expected to be launched the Threadripper CPUs and RX Vega graphics card. It is also rumored that the Threadripper will exceed Intel i9-7900X in performance and multi threaded tasks with 16C/32T while Intel Core has 10C/20T. However, these arguments will definitely be proven at the Siggraph conference by the end of July.