outstanding AMD Ryzen 3 3300X Finally resurrected from the dead, the CPU appeared on the inventory New egg with B&H photos US$140-150-only US$20-30 higher than MSRP. This is a good sign, indicating a strong recovery in the entire CPU market.
Please note that B&H purchased the 3300X for $130 a day ago, so we expect the price to fluctuate slightly.
Ryzen 3 3300X was a CPU beast when it was launched in 2020.If you can find it in the inventory, it is one of them Best CPU In the entry-level market. The CPU is based on AMD’s Zen 2 architecture and has four CPU core, Eight Thread, 16MB of L3 Cache with Clock speed The frequency range is from 3.8 GHz to 4.3 GHz.
A major performance advantage of the 3300X is its unique core configuration, which allows very low inter-core latency, similar to AMD’s Zen 3 CPU. All four cores and their associated 16MB L3 cache are located in an AMD CPU complex (CCX) Other CCXs are completely disabled. This means that all four cores can access the L3 cache without going through the I/O chip, which increases latency and consumes nanosecond processing time.
When we tested Ryzen 3 3300X, it performed very well for quad-core CPUs.Gaming performance is almost on par with severe overclocking Intel Core i7-7700K,as well as Ryzen 5 3600, Six-core CPU. All are suggested retail prices of US$120.
But its launch was short-lived, because the CPU inventory quickly depleted shortly after its launch. If you can find a 3300X, the price will be overstated by $200.
The younger brother of the 3300X, the Ryzen 3 3100 performed better, but in the end it ended up like the 3300X, and it is still out of stock today.
3300X is back on the market at a price of US$140 to US$150 and is no longer as competitive as before, especially in Intel Core i3-10100F just for Newegg USD 109 (At the time of writing). However, Ryzen 3 3300X is still the cheapest Zen 2 CPU you can buy from AMD, and it can be plugged into budget-friendly B450 motherboards, which are traditionally cheaper than Intel’s B460 motherboards.