In the last few days, we got lots of leaks, lot’s of rumors and lots of salt, and today is no different. So a few days ago we got out the first leak concerning the refresh of AMD’s Ryzen 3000 series of CPUs. There were 2 SKU’s , the 3750X and the 3850X. And while those rumors dont have much to stand on, the leak that followed from wccftech does. We got the naming scheme for 3 new CPU’s, the 3600XT, 3800XT, and 3900XT. That’s all we had, but today, we also have the specs, and we’re going to compare them to the current stack! Btw, this information comes from a well-known leaker who provided the first 2 cpu’s. HXL.
Let’s start with the 3600XT. Looking at the naming scheme we can tell that it would be a refresh of the 3600X. The existing chip has a base clock of 3.8Ghz and a boost of up to 4.4Ghz. This new 3600XT will apparently reach the 4Ghz mark in base clock and the boost will jump all the way up to 4.7Ghz. So a boost of 200Mhz on the base clock and 300Mhz on Boost.
Moving on we have the 3800XT, once again, a refresh of the 3800X. That chip starts with a base clock of 3.9Ghz and a boost of up to 4.5. Looking at the leaks on the refresh, the 3800XT break through the 4Ghz barrier for a base clock of 4.2Ghz. That’s pretty impressive. The boost clock is the same as the 3600XT at 4,7Ghz. So, 300Mhz more on base, and 200 more on boost clocks.
Lastly is the 3900XT. A refresh of the 3900X. The original 12 core cpu has a base clock of 3.8Ghz, and a boost clock of 4.6Ghz. The refreshed 3900XT also breaks the 4Ghz wall at 4.1Ghz on the base clock and up to 4.8 on boost. That’s the highest clock on any retail Ryzen CPU to date.