AMD reveals 27 July launch for Ryzen 3 and prices for Threadripper that undercut Intel by half

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AMD outmanoeuvres Intel on Threadripper prices as it prepares to release Ryzen 3
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AMD outmanoeuvres Intel on Threadripper prices as it prepares to release Ryzen 3

Four core, four thread Ryzen 3 CPUs will consist of just two consumer desktop models at launch, while the top-of-the-range Ryzen 9 will cost $999

AMD's forthcoming Ryzen 3 CPU will launch on 27 July, but the line-up will include just two consumer desktop models, both with four cores and four threads - the Ryzen 3 1200 and the Ryzen 3 1300X. The...

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