September announcement of AMD Ryzen processor with 12 cores and a TDP of not more than 65 watts

In the past month, it became clear that both the 16-core Ryzen 9 3950X and the third generation of Ryzen Threadripper processors will have to wait until November, but the target audience was already subconsciously tuned for the September debut of new AMD processors, and it really took place in the last hours of the first month of autumn . The business season is in full swing, so new Ryzen desktop processors were proposed for the OEM segment, although not all of them are produced using the advanced 7-nm process technology.

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The 12-core Ryzen 9 3900 promised by third-party sources with a TDP level of not more than 65 watts really topped the list of new products, but only as part of the PRO family, which is used only in ready-made system units. HP Inc. announced support for this announcement. and Lenovo, therefore, you need to look for this processor as part of the finished computers of the same name. Both manufacturers are ready to offer compact desktop systems based on the 12-core Ryzen 9 PRO 3900 model, which will allow combining high performance with overall dimensions that are advantageous for office space.

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Ryzen 9 PRO 3900 was made up of Ryzen 7 PRO 3700 and Ryzen 5 PRO 3600 processors, which each received eight and six cores, respectively. They have their own characteristics: these are the only models presented today that are ready to provide support for the DDR4-3200 memory operating mode instead of the usual DDR4-2933. For some reason, AMD considers it necessary to note in a special section of the site that these two processors are produced by TSMC using 7-nm technology and require the use of a discrete graphics card. In addition, the company for some reason indicates that they can only work in uniprocessor systems.

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September announcement of AMD Ryzen processor with 12 cores and a TDP of not more than 65 watts

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The family of 12-nm Picasso processors with integrated Vega generation graphics has expanded with four PRO series models, each of which has four processing cores. For models with the suffix "G", the TDP level does not exceed 65 watts, it can also be configured through the BIOS to a value of not more than 45 watts. For processors with the letters "GE" at the end of the model designation, the TDP level does not exceed 35 watts.

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Finally, the most affordable of today’s debutants is the Athlon PRO 300GE hybrid processor, which is also available in 12-nm technology, offers two cores and four streams in combination with a TDP level of not more than 35 watts. Computing cores operate at a frequency of no more than 3.4 GHz; the integrated graphics of the Vega generation offer only three execution units. Only this processor from the entire September list of AMD’s premier is limited by the DDR4-2667 memory mode.

September announcement of AMD Ryzen processor with 12 cores and a TDP of not more than 65 watts

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