AMD wprowadza na rynek niedrogi procesor do komputerów stacjonarnych Athlon 3000G

AMD today released its Athlon 3000G low-cost desktop processor to cap off its entry-level. Based on the 14 nm 'Raven Ridge' silicon, the chip combines a 2-core/4-thread CPU based on the original 'Zen' microarchitecture, with Radeon Vega 3 integrated graphics based on the 'Vega' architecture, and featuring 3 NGCUs (192 stream processors). AMD dialed up the CPU clock speeds to 3.50 GHz, a 300 MHz increase over that of the 'previous gen' 200GE, and iGPU engine clock speed by 100 MHz to 1.10 GHz. A unique feature this time around is unlocked base-clock multiplier, enabling CPU overclocking. AMD is pricing the Athlon 3000GE at just $49 (MSRP), it competes with Intel's Pentium Gold G5000 series processors.

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