AMD Ryzen 3 3300X & Ryzen 3 3100 entitles as the best processor for Overclocking
by Rustam Iqbal
The Ryzen 3 3300X and Ryzen 3 3100 show how much the AMD versus Intel CPU scene has changed since AMD’s Zen previously showed up three years back. At that point, the standard effort era had been stuck at 4 cores for 10 years, and Intel’s market-driving $350 Core i7-7700K filled in as the major part. Presently AMD’s new 4 cores, 8 threads Ryzen 3 3300X beats the 7700K in each benchmark in all cases. However, for just $120, making it a characteristic fit for our rundown of best CPUs and the best worth gaming chip available. Ryzen 3 examples additionally arrived at the fastest and remarkable all core frequencies we’ve seen with a Ryzen processor yet, underlining the undiscovered potential for PC Gamers in a budget friendly price.
AMD’s Ryzen 3 is only the beginning of the worthy chip, however. The chips has AMD’s common division, so you get hyper threading on the two chips (which Intel CPUs to offer in flagship division), a packaged Wraith Stealth cooler (which could be better than Intel’s stock cooler), and unlocked multipliers that empower overclocking on practically all AM4 chipsets (aside from A320). You will require a beefier cooler for genuine overclocking with the 3300X, however. You likewise gain entrance to the PCIe 4.0 interface, which opens double the availability data transfer capacity of equivalent Intel chips, and AMD has its up and coming cost knowing B550 motherboards that help the interface. In any case, you’ll need to hang tight until June for those.
AMD’s long-late and long awaited B550 chipset, which offers a lower cost of passage for PCIe 4.0-fit motherboards, landed on June 16 with up to 60 models from any resemblance of MSI, Asus, Gigabyte, and the typical list of different merchants. Evaluating isn’t declared at this point, however the current X570 chipset is right now the main pathway to PCIe 4.0 benefit with a Ryzen 3000 chip.
That leaves Ryzen 3 3300X and 3100 consumers with a couple of alternatives for the time being. You could drop the chips into the more affordable B450 or X470 chipset and forfeit PCIe 4.0 help in return for lower budget, or you can buy an expensive PCIe 4.0-competent X570 motherboard that is definitely not a decent matching for this class of chip. Else, you’ll need to trust that June will outdo the two universes with the cheap B550 chipset.
|Budget||MSRP / Retail||Cores / Threads||Base / Boost GHz||$-Per-Core / Thread||L3 Cache||TDP||PCIe||Memory||Graphics|
|Core i3-10320||$154||4 / 8||3.8 / 4.6||~$39 / ~$19||8||65W||16 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2666||UHD 630 1.15 GHz|
|Core i3-10300||$143||4 / 8||3.7 / 4.4||~$36 / ~$18||8||65W||16 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2666||UHD 630 1.15 GHz|
|Core i3-10100||$122||4 / 8||3.6 / 4.3||~$31 / ~$15||6||65W||16 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2666||UHD 630 1.1 GHz|
|Ryzen 3 3300X||$120**||4 / 8||3.8 / 4.3||~$30 / ~$15||16||65W||24 Gen4||Dual DDR4-3200||N/A|
|Core i7-7700K||$350||4 / 8||4.2 / 4.5||$44 / $22||8||91W||16 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2400||UHD 630–1.15 GHz|
|Ryzen 3 3100||$99||4 / 8||3.8 / 3.9||~$25 / ~$12||16||65W||24 Gen4||Dual DDR4-3200||N/A|
|Core i5-9400/F||$182 / $157||6 / 6||2.9 / 4.1||~$30 / ~$30||9||65W||16 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2666||N/A|
|Core i3-9350K/F||$184 / $174||4 / 4||4.0 / 4.6||$46 / $46||8||91W||16 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2666||UHD 630 1.15 GHz|
|Ryzen 3 3400G||$150 / $207||4 / 8||3.7 / 4.2||$37.5 / $19||4||65W||8 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2933||RX Vega 11 1.4 GHz|
|Core i3-9100/F||$122 / $78||4 / 4||3.6 / 4.2||$31 / $31||6||65W||16 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2400||UHD 630 1.1 GHz|
|Ryzen 3 3200G||$99 / $95||4 / 4||3.6 / 4.0||$25 / $25||4||65W||8 Gen3||Dual DDR4-2933||RX Vega 8 1.25 GHz|
Ryzen 3 3300X was granted the title of the best processor for overclocking, and Ryzen 5 3600 thus turned into the best processor for games, and Ryzen 9 3950X essentially the best high end processor of this current year in Europe.