AMD has announced the launch of its rijen 9 3950X (Ryzen 9 3950X), a 16-core gaming CPU during E3 2019 held in Los Angeles, US.
The product claims to be the world’s first 16-core gaming CPU, according to AMD’s announcement that it will outperform Intel’s 8-core CPU. The 16-core 32-thread has a working clock of 3.5GHz and a cache memory of 72MB. The operating clock operates up to 4.7 GHz in the boost state. In addition, it operates at 105W TDP.
AMD is aiming at exceeding Intel CPUs in terms of performance, value, and efficiency. Lisa Su CEO of AMD introduced this product and wrote “best of best”.
AMD also said it will push ahead with the introduction of multicore CPUs with more than 12 cores. Of course, a large number of cores does not necessarily affect actual performance. However, the addition of a 16-core gaming CPU to the Rizen line-up seems to be a fairly aggressive challenge for AMD. In May, we added a new 12-core CPU, the Rizen 9 3900X, and new products that will put pressure on Intel. The product will be available in September at $ 749. For more information, please click here .