Ryzen 3 2300X



Ryzen 3 2300X

AMD Ryzen 3 2300X Review - Innovation Never Stops 

    Ryzen 3 2300X is one of the budget CPUs of the successful Ryzen family. 

    Launching the Zen architecture, AMD has started a journey that involves constant development and courageous actions. “Before Zen Era” was pretty painful for AMD as the rival of the powerful Intel brand. However, as the 2nd-gen Ryzen CPUs are coming out, we now see AMD attracting more and more users. Parallelly, the market share is increasing for AMD. Yet, the perception of the PC enthusiasts is changing rapidly in favor of AMD over Intel. That’s the actual success for a company that was nearly erased from the market by the rival. 


    Despite being a relatively cheaper model, R3 2300X comes with strong frequency rates. We see a quad-core formation with 4 threads. Most importantly, there’s a 3.5 GHz. of base clock speed that can be accelerated up to 4.0 GHz. speed. With that being said, we can say that it offers a responsive performance for average gaming requirements. Having a unique technology like Precision Boost 2 on this mid-range CPU is also a great advantage in terms of stable clock speed and smooth user experience. There’s no multiplier lock. Thus Depending on the system it is included, and considering the overclock capability, it may offer way better performance. Some users have reported getting 4.3 GHz. clock speed after overclocking. 

A versus has no end; AMD Ryzen v Intel Core-i 

    We have similar benchmark results for Ryzen 3 2300X on-line. Seeing different scenarios applied on the platforms Cinebench R15 and alike, we can put the R3 2300X somewhere between Intel Core i3-8100 and Core i3-8350K. Considering the price tag of the CPUs mentioned here, Ryzen 3 2300X has done its job successfully for being a budget-CPU. Many PC enthusiasts think in a similar way. 

    In conclusion, it seems like AMD has achieved to win another combat against the rival by introducing Ryze 3 2300X. Therefore, users have more affordable and quality options on both sides now, thanks to the everlasting competition between two companies. 

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