AMD have another launch for both their Ryzen 3 Processors and also have revealed their two behemoth Desktop CPUs the Ryzen 9 1920X and 1950X, which both feature 12 and 16 cores respectively, priced at $799 and $999, these CPUs will definitely bring more competition to the market, especially against Intel’s X299 Skylake X Architecture, however just like X299 boards, you can expect X399 boards to be quite expensive, since they garner a 4094 pin socket and also support quad channel memory.

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