AMD Ryzen 3 series is AMD’s counterpart to the Intel’s Core i3 series, Most of the Ryzen 3 Chips are price around $100, and the same is true for Ryzen 3 3100, it is priced at $99.
Here are some latest Benchmarks for it
AMD Ryzen 3 3100
AMD Ryzen 3 3100, is a 4 core 8 threaded CPU, a regular base clock of 3.6 GHz (base), and 3.9 GHz (boost) with a TDP of 65 W, but in various benchmarks, it was able to reach as high as up to 4.60GHz.
Up to 4.20 GHz on all cores on Geekbench 4.4, 4.50 GHz on both 3DMark’s Fire Strike Extreme and Time Spy benchmarks, and it reached the above mentioned high of 4.60 GHz on Geekbench 5.
Of course, the Difference in Frequency is due to the different motherboards used.
Ryzen 3 3100 Benchmarks
|Ryzen 3 3100||Geekbench 4.4||Geekbench 5|
|3 3100||Fire Strike(Physics)||Time Spy|
With this kind of scores, they are a very good option for budget PC Gamers,
A Non-Overclocked Ryzen 3 3100 was able to score 1,095 in single-core and 4,507 in the multi-core test.
To give a comparison, the older Core i7-7700K, which was said to be the best Gaming processor at its time had an average score of 1,235 in single-core and 4,733 in the multi-core test. Also, the Core i7-7700K has a 91-W TDP and a higher Base/Boost Clock. Also, the Core i3-10100 is expected to perform/Replace the Core i7-7700K, so the things are not looking good for intel.
So After Defeating Intel in Mid-Budget, Upper-Budget, Premium, Ultra-Premium, Work station, Server grade and in Mobile Segment, it seems like AMD will also take the Lower-Budget segment from Intel