AMD’s family of 3000 series Ryzen CPUs just got slightly larger with the addition of three new processors. The company announced a new CPU for Ryzen 5, Ryzen 7, and Ryzen 9, offering more performance to consumers without having to jump to the next SKU level.
What makes these CPUs a little different from the other processors in the families is the ability to hit higher frequencies to better tackle high workloads, thanks to the 7nm manufacturing process. Here’s a quick rundown of the new processors.
Accompanying this news is the launch of B550 and A520 chipsets. We’ve already got the X570 for high-end systems, so now’s the time to start looking at building more budget-friendly PC builds with the latest motherboards and Ryzen processors. New motherboards with these chipsets will arrive in August 2020.