SiSoft Sandra database reveals first Ryzen 3000 scores

Alongside with MSI X570 motherboard

It's not a secret that AMD is expanding its Ryzen desktop processor lineup during Q2 2019. Furthermore the company will release another motherboard chipset called X570. According to latest rumors AMD will release the new platform during the upcoming Computex 2019.


As you might know the upcoming AMD processors, codenamed Matisse, feature the new Zen 2 processor microarchitecture and they're based on 7nm manufacturing process. Matisse will be the first chip to come out-of-the-box with PCIe 4.0 support. Ryzen 3000 series is still based on AM4 socket and it should be compatible with previous chipsets.

According to the SiSoft Sandra database the new chip from AMD clocks with 3.80GHz base and it's not clear yet the boost clock. As implied by its codename this Ryzen 3000 chip should feature four cores and eight threads and it might belong to the Ryzen 3 series.

Checking our own tests, this chip sits between the Core i5-9600K and Core i3-8350K. This is definitely a good score if the price will be competitive too. Anyway it's not clear what kind of memory has been used during these tests and we are rather sure that the BIOS might need some tune too.

The CPU has been tested on the MSI MEG X570 Creation. This motherboard represents a high-end model on the Intel counterpart and we are surprised that MSI is going to introduce the same model for the AMD series. We expect to see new processors paired with AMD X570 motherboards quite soon. At the moment there isn't more information and we will keep an eye on it.




Source: sisoftware

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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