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AMD product guide mentions as yet unannounced Ryzen 7 3750X

by Mark Tyson on 17 October 2019, 11:11

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A previously unannounced Ryzen processor has been unearthed within an official AMD document. Twitter tech spy @Komachi was first to share a link to the AMD Product Master list (PDF) dated September 2019, which contains references to a processor dubbed the Ryzen 7 3750X. The document has since been removed - but not before Plantet3DNow downloaded and took screenshots of it.

From the name of this processor one would assume it will fit between the existing AMD Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 7 3800X processors in price/performance, if and when it becomes available. However, if you compare the Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 7 3800X processors there isn't much of a gap available to make such a tweener product a worthwhile addition.

AMD Ryzen 7 3000 product range

Model

Cores / Threads

TDP

L3 Cache

Base Clock

Turbo Clock

Process

PCIe

DDR4 Support

Package

Price

Ryzen 7 3800X

8 / 16

105W

32MB

3.9GHz

4.5GHz

7nm

24

Dual 3200

AM4

$399

Ryzen 7 3750X

8 / 16

105W

??MB

?.?GHz

?.?GHz

7nm

24

??

AM4

$???

Ryzen 7 3700X

8 / 16

65W

32MB

3.6GHz

4.4GHz

7nm

24

Dual 3200

AM4

$329

 

The only confirmed specs from the AMD Product Master list are the name of the processor, that it is a 105W part and that it is socket AM4 compatible. Checking the table above we can safely assume some things are the same as its nearest neighbours, I would say, with the only real questions being the base / turbo clocks and the price.

While the product only just squeezes between the Ryzen 7 3700X and Ryzen 7 3800X processors in spec terms there is a $70 gap to slot it into. Various commentators have put forward the idea that the new Ryzen 7 3750X could perhaps not be a CPU for public consumption - but rather be aimed at OEMs and system integrators, or specific world markets, like the recently announced Ryzen 9 3900 and Ryzen 5 3500X.



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Two chiplets with 4 cores each for double the L3 cache would be interesting.
DanceswithUnix
Two chiplets with 4 cores each for double the L3 cache would be interesting.

I would guess this is probably it, more cache but more CCD latency.

Basically making 8 core processors with 2 defective CCDs rather than one full core CCD
A little bit strange specs. May it's really designed for some very specific use)
I'll bet on the usual 8 core but 3.8GHz base and 4.45GHz Turbo? If 2 chiplet they will disable some L3 cache. There is typically only 3% difference between the 3700X & 3800X so would customers really care? The focus is on a 3700X that can't fit the 65w TDP and would fry eggs at 3800X PBO. Stick with the 3700X and use the small saving towards better cooling.
tygrus
I'll bet on the usual 8 core but 3.8GHz base and 4.45GHz Turbo? If 2 chiplet they will disable some L3 cache. There is typically only 3% difference between the 3700X & 3800X so would customers really care? The focus is on a 3700X that can't fit the 65w TDP and would fry eggs at 3800X PBO. Stick with the 3700X and use the small saving towards better cooling.

I would be super surprised and excited should AMD released such a part.