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Ryzen 5000 Series 3100 and 3300x equivalent?

Go to solution Solved by dizmo,

A long, long time. It also depends what you mean be released. It took months for AMD to actually get stock into stores after their paper launch.

So, figure probably the summer until you're able to actually buy one.

 

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Does anyone have a clue when would these CPUs be released? the 5600x looks very nice, but I don't really need that much so I would like to save a buck.

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the 3300x got released a good while after the 3600x

so expect a 5300x to come out later or mid next year, early 2021 if your lucky

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A long, long time. It also depends what you mean be released. It took months for AMD to actually get stock into stores after their paper launch.

So, figure probably the summer until you're able to actually buy one.

 

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Having 4 cores chips probably gonna wait till they got a really bad bin, because that is sacrificing half cores of the ccx.

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2 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

Having 4 cores chips probably gonna wait till they got a really bad bin, because that is sacrificing half cores of the ccx.

gonna have to disagree with you there chief.

a 5300x may have less cores, but it will have higher clock speeds, and is perfect for someone who doesnt plan on encoding any videos while playing games via software encoding.

why use software cpu encoding when you can use hardware gpu encoding?

its an alright addition to an everyday mid tier build.

amd needs to release different cpu's at all kinds of price points, them not releaseing the 5300x would be like intel completely stopping to make i3 processors, ryzen 3's and i3's are there for a reason, and that reason is to meet every customers needs.

 

at least thats my thought on the matter.

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26 minutes ago, dizmo said:

A long, long time. It also depends what you mean be released. It took months for AMD to actually get stock into stores after their paper launch.

So, figure probably the summer until you're able to actually buy one.

 

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7 hours ago, GoodEnough said:

gonna have to disagree with you there chief.

a 5300x may have less cores, but it will have higher clock speeds, and is perfect for someone who doesnt plan on encoding any videos while playing games via software encoding.

why use software cpu encoding when you can use hardware gpu encoding?

its an alright addition to an everyday mid tier build.

amd needs to release different cpu's at all kinds of price points, them not releaseing the 5300x would be like intel completely stopping to make i3 processors, ryzen 3's and i3's are there for a reason, and that reason is to meet every customers needs.

 

at least thats my thought on the matter.

Your missing the point.

The way they design the CPU is different from Zen 2 where they have 4 cores per Core complex, which meaning it's not hard to make 4 cores CPU, they don't need to wait for a broken (underperforming) chip to make it.

Different situation with Zen3 where it has 8 cores per CCX, so in order to make 4 cores, they have to disable the other, that's a complete waste to disable 4 good cores just to make a cheaper cpu when they can sell it for a higher price.

Yes AMD needs something to fill the budget market, in order to do that, they can fill the market with lower than Intel price with Zen 2 parts (or maybe rebrand them with 5000). or wait till they have enough bad cpu to have good excuse to make it.

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10 hours ago, SupaKomputa said:

Your missing the point.

The way they design the CPU is different from Zen 2 where they have 4 cores per Core complex, which meaning it's not hard to make 4 cores CPU, they don't need to wait for a broken (underperforming) chip to make it.

Different situation with Zen3 where it has 8 cores per CCX, so in order to make 4 cores, they have to disable the other, that's a complete waste to disable 4 good cores just to make a cheaper cpu when they can sell it for a higher price.

Yes AMD needs something to fill the budget market, in order to do that, they can fill the market with lower than Intel price with Zen 2 parts (or maybe rebrand them with 5000). or wait till they have enough bad cpu to have good excuse to make it.

im 90000% sure that quad cores have 2 cores per ccx, hexa cores have 3 per ccx, and octa cores have 4 per ccx, and so on.

i know for a actual fact i saw that somewhere

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34 minutes ago, GoodEnough said:

im 90000% sure that quad cores have 2 cores per ccx, hexa cores have 3 per ccx, and octa cores have 4 per ccx, and so on.

i know for a actual fact i saw that somewhere

Lol read more bro. You don't know what AMD core complex means.

I'm done talking to you, bye.

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