The 7mm AMD series, named Matisse, reach in 2019, and the E-Katalog website follows its specifications.
The Russian price tracking website e-Katalog published some specifications for the new AMD series of 2019 processors. It should be said that these specifications should be taken with a little salt until they are officially announced but they still look somewhat believable.
The new AMD processors, codenamed Matisse, will use a 7nm process while Intel will use a 10nm processor for the 2019 series. Intel has always had a general performance feature on AMD based on basic comparison but this trend may be about to go down with these specifications listed below.
It is also important to note that AMD has previously committed itself to many generations on the AM4 socket, indicating that these processors will be able to work on the same motherboards as the original generation of Ryzen which launched in 2017, a feature that certainly won ‘ Intel. This has not been confirmed for this generation yet but it is the fairly safe assumption.
The new AMD processors are expected to be announced at CES next week, but here are the common specifications of the series:
Specifications and features
Ryzen 3 3300 6 /
Ryzen 3 3300X 6 /
Ryzen 5 3600 8 /
Ryzen 5 3600X 8 /
Ryzen 7 3700 12 /
Ryzen 7 3700X 12 /
Ryzen 9 3850X
Ryzen 9 3800X 16 /
These impressive numbers at the price points are very impressive, especially if AMD again firmly packs solid air coolers with its own CPUs. AMD is certainly applying pressure in the consumer processor market, and the vision of Intel’s interaction will be very interesting.
AMD also follows the naming method of Intel probably in what seems like a very direct attempt to compare with the old competitor. This shows the confidence that AMD in its products will move forward which will make the next 12 months all the more exciting in the processor space.