AMD Reportedly Prepping Ryzen 7 3850X and 3750X “Matisse Refresh” to Counter Intel’s Comet Lake-S Processors

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AMD’s Zen 3-based processors may be right around the corner, but the latest rumors suggest that the company is giving its current “Matisse” family a few more shots at glory. According to a tweet from HXL (via VideoCardz), AMD is preparing to release a Ryzen 7 3850X and Ryzen 3750X, both of which will supposedly launch on 6/16, with availability beginning on 7/7.

Assuming they’re even real, these Ryzen 7 refreshes could take a lot of wind out of Intel’s new darlings, the Core i9-10900K and Core i7-10700K. A recently leaked slide by GIGABYTE does appear to confirm their existence, listing “Matisse & Refresh (Ryzen 3000)” processors. It also alludes to Renoir desktop APUs (Ryzen 4000G).

Tsing Mui
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