AMD Ryzen 7 3750X with 105 W TDP: Spotted at AMDby Anton Shilov on October 21, 2019 2:00 PM EST
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AMD has accidentally published its Product Master list - a list with all of its consumer, enterprise, and OEM parts listed. In the latest publication, it reveals multiple CPUs that could potentially be released in the future. The document, which is dated September 2019, indicates that AMD may be mulling to launch its Ryzen 7 3750X product with a 105 W TDP, though does not disclose its specifications or if it is OEM-only.
From AMD's Master Product Document
As the product number suggests, AMD’s Ryzen 7 3750X will sit between the eight-core Ryzen 7 3800X and the eight-core Ryzen 7 3700X, which leads to a suggestion that we are dealing with another eight-core CPU with SMT. Meanwhile, the base frequency difference between the Ryzen 7 3700X and 3800X is only 300 MHz, which is pretty narrow, whereas the former features a mainstream TDP of 65 W, while the latter can go all the way to 105W.
|AMD 'Matisse' Ryzen 3000 Series CPUs|
|Ryzen 9||3950X||16C||32T||3.5||4.7||8 MB||64 MB||16+4+4||1+2||105W||$749|
|Ryzen 9||3900X||12C||24T||3.8||4.6||6 MB||64 MB||16+4+4||1+2||105W||$499|
|Ryzen 9||3900||12C||24T||3.1||4.3||6 MB||64 MB||16+4+4||1+2||65W||-|
|Ryzen 7||3800X||8C||16T||3.9||4.5||4 MB||32 MB||16+4+4||1+1||105W||$399|
|Ryzen 7||3750X?||8C?||16T?||?||?||4 MB?||32 MB?||16+4+4||1+1||105W||?|
|Ryzen 7||3700X||8C||16T||3.6||4.4||4 MB||32 MB||16+4+4||1+1||65W||$329|
|Ryzen 5||3600X||6C||12T||3.8||4.4||3 MB||32 MB||16+4+4||1+1||95W||$249|
|Ryzen 5||3600||6C||12T||3.6||4.2||3 MB||32 MB||16+4+4||1+1||65W||$199|
|Ryzen 5||3500X||6C||6T||3.6||4.1||3 MB||32 MB||16+4+4||1+1||65W||-|
Keeping in mind that AMD already has a rather diverse Ryzen 3000 (aka Matisse) family and the fact that the company may have various ideas how to improve its product lineup, it is not particularly easy to make predictions about future products, especially if they may end up as OEM-only products, inside desktops of only one or two partners. The only thing that is certain at this point is that AMD might be considering to strengthen its desktop family if it feels necessary.
AMD’s Product Master document seems to be aimed at the company’s sales teams and contains OPN codes along with US ECCN, HTS, and CCATS codes that are required by the US export regulators. While the list mentions numerous products, at least some of them are potential or partner-specific products.
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Sources: AMD, Reddit, Tom’s Hardware, Komachi_Ensaka/Twitter, Planet3DNow.de
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AshlayW - Monday, October 21, 2019 - linkI agree, a 3700 non X would be great, with 8 cores, 16 threads and a 45W/60W TDP/PPT. However, the 3700X is "only" 30 dollars more expensive than the 2700 so it's not really a big deal and it's certainly not "way" more expensive. Intels 8/16 starts at $450.
A 3700 non X, (or 3700E) with reduced cost and much lower binned Turbo speeds, let's say around 290 dollars, with a 45W TDP (60W PPT). At this point for me, my 'desire' for an extremely low power 8-core part is satisfied by the inclusion of an 'eco mode' on the 3700X. Which does exactly that and limits the chip to a 45W TDP. Very, very efficient for overnight runs
scineram - Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - linkBecause it's more expensive to make.
Manabu - Monday, October 21, 2019 - linkIs the Chiplets - IO+CPU column really certain? Couldn't it be made out of two chiplets with 4 cores enabled in each, possibly having more L3 cache?
firewrath9 - Monday, October 21, 2019 - linkthen it would be better than a 3800x, and it would probably be named a 3850x.
Slash3 - Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - linkI wouldn't be surprised if they discontinue the 3800X entirely. The 3750X would fill the gap nicely and it would free up better quality 8/8 chiplets for the 3950X, TR and Epyc CPUs.
AshlayW - Monday, October 21, 2019 - linkSeems pointless. The gap between 3700X and 3800X is already very small. Increasing the budget of the 3700X to 105W will close the already small gap. This is likely OEM only.
FreihEitner - Monday, October 21, 2019 - linkAssuming this Ryzen 7 3750X is a real product, there's one other, albeit pretty far-fetched, possibility -- it could be a 12 core without SMT and a clock speed closer to that of 3700X. Even if it's only 0.1% likely, there is a chance.
TennesseeTony - Monday, October 21, 2019 - linkYou missed the best one: DT RYZEN 9 3900 65W AM4 (non OEM 'pro' version)
TennesseeTony - Monday, October 21, 2019 - linkBy 'missed' I meant "that's the exciting one."
Slash3 - Tuesday, October 22, 2019 - linkIt was previously reported.