The Ryzen 2000 series still not complete as we are waiting for 2000 series Ryzen 3 CPUs to come out. The first benchmarks of an AMD’s Ryzen 3 2300X have surfaced giving us first look on the new quad-core solution that leverages the Zen+ architecture on the 12 nm process, improving performance and power consumption over the original Ryzen 3 1300X.
The Ryzen 3 2300X on a BIOSTAR X370 motherboard have achieved 690 points in Cinebench and on CPU-Z Bench scored 509 and 2020 points in the single and multi-thread benchmarks respectively. On Fritz Chess bench it scores 11618 Kilo nodes per second. The 2300X was boosting up to 4.2 GHz without any manual overclocking from its 3.5 GHz base clock.
AMD is also expected to refresh its chipset offerings, with a revised B450 successor of the B350 chipset, though like other Ryzen 2000 series processors the new Ryzen 3 will work on any 300-series chipsets motherboard.