AMD is now ready to launch of the Ryzen. AMD will have processors for worldwide distribution on March 2, 2017 and motherboards will be widely available to go with the new processors.
AMD R3 and R5 processors will be available for budget systems.
TABLE OF RYZEN PROCESSORS
|R7 1800X||8/16||16MB||95W||3.6 GHz||4.0 GHz||$489|
|R7 1700X||8/16||16MB||95W||3.4 GHz||3.8 GHz||$389|
|R7 1700||8/16||16MB||65W||3.0 GHz||3.7 GHz||$319|
|R5 1600X||6/12||16MB||95W||3.3 GHz||3.7 GHz||$259|
|R5 1500||6/12||16MB||65W||3.2 GHz||3.5 GHz||$229|
|R5 1400X||4/8||8MB||65W||3.5 GHz||3.9 GHz||$199|
|R5 1300||4/8||8MB||65W||3.2 Ghz||3.5 GHz||$175|
|R3 1200X||4/4||8MB||65W||3.4 Ghz||3.8 GHz||$149|
|R3 1100||4/4||8MB||65W||3.2 GHz||3.5 GHz||$129|
All Ryzen processors are factory unlocked. AMD has long been popular with overclocking enthusiasts.
The Ryzen 1700, 1700X and 1800X are all all 8 core and 16 logical threads. The flagship 1800X is slightly faster than the Intel i7-6900K for half the price.
The A300, X300, B350, A320 X300 and A300 provide a full range of devices for every market segment. AM4 chipsets provide dedicated PCIe lanes for USB, graphics, data and other I/O, providing a powerful, scalable and reliable computing experience and bringing the benefit of future-ready technologies.
The mainstream A320 motherboards will all have wide ranges of boards to select from. Motherboards for every market segment from $99 and up will be widely available.
For plug-and-play users who need their PC to “just work”, AMD’s A320 chipset provides a simple, stable platform and more than enough connectivity and bandwidth options to satisfy both demanding home users and media aficionados.
AMD’s B350 Chipset is perfect for power-users who value flexibility and overclocking control, but don’t need the maximum PCIe bandwidth required by multi-GPU configurations.
The high end X370 motherboards are fully unlocked and ready for hardcore gaming. These boards come with dual PCI Express x16 slots and more M.2 slots for SSD drives. They also come with the most USB and NVMe options.
- Dual-channel DDR4 memory
- M.2 SATA devices
- USB 3.1 Gen 1 and Gen 2
- PCI Express 3.0 capability
AM4 chipsets provide dedicated PCIe lanes for USB, graphics, data and other I/O. The PCH takes over from the older SB950 to provide SATA etc.
Games are becoming more demanding for main memory. Windows 10 now uses more memory to improve overall performance.
Lower cost µATX motherboards may have 4 SATA ports and 2 or 4 DDR4 slots. Full ATX motherboards now tend to offer 6 or more SATA ports and have 4 DDR4 memory slots.
We expect to see a wide range of motherboards to be designed for all market segments over the next 3-6 months.