Improve the performance of your desktop computer with this AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-core processor. The 64MB L3 cache queues instructions in the processor, increasing throughput speed, while the 4.6GHz Max Boost clock provides ample power for running intensive applications. This AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 12-core processor has a Wraith Prism cooling system, which lets sensitive components run smoothly.
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
With 3.8GHz processor speed which gives you efficient use of the processor, high processing throughput and improved performance.
64MB integrated Level 3 cache
Provides fast access to heavily used data and instructions.
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A:AnswerWord on the street is that October 1, 2019 is when Ingram Micro, a big distributor, will have the Ryzen 9 back in stock. That would make the first week in October the likely time that competition escalates again for this product, and prices begin to come down. If you look around the Internet, you'll see really high prices by those doing arbitrage. Once AMD gets these into the distribution network and everyone can get them (like all of the major retailers), then you and I will be able to get this CPU. Now, that is still a month away, and samples (or teasers) will possibly trickle in and be snapped up due to the high demand. This is on purpose to get the demand up and to allow the fab to catch up. AMD of course wants to take advantage of the holiday rush, so they will do their best to get them on some boats soon.
I can wait, as I went ahead and used a Ryzen 5 2400G until I can get the Ryzen 9. I'll just have an extra CPU and cooler once I upgrade.
A:Answeryou would really need to do some research on what other components you require to complete your build. The most important item (my opinion) would be the motherboard. It would have to be compatible with your cpu and your case. Once you find the board you want, go the the manufacturer's website and make a list of items you will need like memory and crosscheck for compatibility.
A:AnswerThis is a CPU not a GPU. A 12 core/24 thread CPU. You will still need to pair it with a GPU in the system you build. That said, as a CPU will handle 3D modeling programs like Blender very well. Excellent power for the money.