AMD Ryzen 3000 Series Launched; Indian Prices Revealed

Today is the day as AMD has launched their 7nm 3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs, a family of CPUs that we’ve all been waiting for. Eight new CPUs are available from today onwards, with the Ryzen 3900X being the top most model available as of now. The 16-core Ryzen 3950X will launch later this year in September.

Ryzen 9 3900X

So let’s start this roundup with the AMD’s current champion, the Ryzen 9 3900X a 12c/ 24t CPU with a base clock speed of 3.8Ghz that boosts to 4.6Ghz. This little monster goes up against Intel’s i9-9900K that costs about Rs 40,299. Meanwhile, the 3900X comes in at Rs 35,990 excluding the 18% GST. However, with the GST added to it, this CPU costs 2 grand more than the 9900K and will cost your approx. Rs. 42,468.

Ryzen 7 3800X and 3700X

Below the Ryzen 9 CPU, we have the 8c/16t Ryzen 7 line-up. First up is the Ryzen 7 3800X that comes in at Rs 28,490 excluding GST. Then comes the Ryzen 3700X at Rs 24,990 excluding GST. The final price for this CPU will come to about Rs. 29,488 after taxes. The 3700X goes up against the i7-9700K which costs Rs 31,800 but it is an 8c/8t CPU.

Ryzen 5 3600X

This CPU right here is the budget builder’s dream. The Ryzen 3600X costs just Rs 17,690 which means that after tax it will cost around Rs. 20,874. That’s a very impressive offering considering this 6c/12t CPU goes up against the i5-9600k. With a base clock of 3.8Ghz that boosts to 4.4Ghz, this is a very impressive CPU. Even the regular 3600 looks to be great value as it is just .2Ghz slower than its X counter-part while costing roughly Rs 3000 less.

Ryzen 3 3200G and 3400G

The lower-end of the spectrum and the only Ryzen CPUs that have integrated graphics. The 3400G costs Rs 10,990 before tax and approx Rs. 12,968 after. While the cheapest Ryzen, the 3200G costs Rs 7,190 before tax which means after tax it will come to around Rs. 8,484. 

Radeon RX 5700 and 5700XT

The new Navi GPUs have already seen a price cut even before releasing thanks to Nvidia’s RTX Super lineup of cards. The RX 5700XT costs Rs 30,990 before tax ( which is approx 36,599 after-tax) and locks horns with the RTX 2070. Meanwhile, the RX 5700 costs Rs 26,990 before tax (approx Rs 31,899 after-tax) and goes up against the RTX 2060 and RTX 2060 Super.

The CPU market is a very interesting one now that Intel has cut their prices to make their CPUs very competitive. They’re cheaper than the new Ryzen CPUs in a few cases while also delivering somewhat better performance in games. 

Meanwhile, the GPU line-up might fall short as the RTX cards still seem like better value for money but with the price-drop, AMD has made their RX 5000 cards more competitive and an enticing option should people want to choose Team Red for their GPU.

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