Well, as we announced a few days ago, AMD will even launch the long-awaited mid-range B550 motherboards! Which will happily bring support for the new PCIe 4.0 standard to less stuffed portfolios. In addition, it appears that Intel's rival will also bet on new low-end processors to rival what the new Intel Core 10000 family will bring to the market.
AMD announced new B550 PCIe 4.0 motherboards and new processors!
As you may know, with the arrival of Ryzen 3000 processors, which brought so many problems to the world of Intel, we only received a new chipset as the basis for the new motherboards, the X570. Leaving old ladies B450 for those who wanted to spend less money.
In fact, it's easy to say that AMD was enjoying watching the money pour in, delaying the launch of the cheaper and less capable B550. But now that attention has already turned to the next generation Ryzen 4000… It seems that stubbornness is over, and we are even going to start seeing mid-range motherboards with support for the much desired PCIe 4.0 standard. (One more stab at Intel, which has not yet planned the technology's arrival in its ecosystem.)
In addition, the company will also place a new bet on the lowest range on the market! By launching the Ryzen 3 3100 and Ryzen 3 3300X, bringing cheap quad-core processors, but with access to SMT technology, which will offer 8 threads even to the least stuffed portfolios. In other words, it is basically the answer to Intel, which should take Hyperthreading to all the ranges of the market.
However, processors are expected to hit the shelves in May 2020, while the first B550 boards are only expected to arrive on June 16, 2020, through ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, etc …
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