So we could possibly see the new Matisse refresh that will include Ryzen 9 3900XT, the Ryzen 7 3800XT, and the Ryzen 5 3600XT. So where the @#$% is the Ryzen 7 3700XT? Come on!
Taken from TPU … Last week, we brought you reports of AMD inching closer to launch its 3rd generation Ryzen “Matisse Refresh” processor lineup to ward off the 10th gen Intel Core “Comet Lake” threat, by giving the “Zen 2” chips possible clock speed-bumps to shore up performance. The lineup included the Ryzen 9 3900XT, the Ryzen 7 3800XT, and the Ryzen 5 3600XT. We now have a first-look at their alleged clock speeds courtesy of an anonymous tipster on ChipHell forums, seconded by HXL @9550pro.
RYZEN 9 3900XT – 4.1GHz base, 4.8GHz boost.
RYZEN 7 3800XT – 4.2GHz base, 4.7GHz boost.
RYZEN 5 3600XT – 4.0GHz base, 4.7GHz boost.https://t.co/I2L1rbxQYq
— HXL (@9550pro) May 25, 2020
The XT SKUs indeed revolve around 200-300 MHz increments in base- and boost clock speeds as many of our readers predicted in the “Matisse Refresh” article’s comments section. The 3900XT comes with 4.10 GHz base clock, and 4.80 GHz max boost clocks, compared to 4.10 GHz base and 4.80 GHz boost clocks of the 3900X. Likewise, the 3800XT notches up to 4.20 GHz base clock (highest in the lineup), and 4.70 GHz max boost, compared to 3.90-4.50 GHz of the 3800X. The 3600XT offers the same 4.70 GHz max boost, a step up from the 4.40 GHz of the 3600X, but has its base clock set at 4.00 GHz, compared to 3.80 GHz on the 3600X. It appears like AMD’s design focus is to reduce, if not beat, Intel’s gaming performance lead. The 10th generation Core “Comet Lake” tops gaming performance by a mid-high single-digit percentages over AMD’s offerings, and AMD could bring them down to low single-digit percentages with the XT family.