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-$150, and the same is true for Ryzen 3 3300X, it is priced at $120.
Here are some latest Benchmarks for it
AMD Ryzen 3 3300X
AMD Ryzen 3 3300X, is a 4 core 8 threaded CPU, a regular base clock of 3.8 GHz (base), and 4.3 GHz (boost) with a TDP of 65 W.
We have various benchmarks here from Tum Apisak and other sources, all indicating, the win of Ryzen 3 3300X over the Core i3 10th gen series and Core i7 7th gen series.
We have 3DMark’s Time Spy, Fire Strike, Cinebench R20, and Geekbench Scores, and in all of them, the 3300X is ahead of the Core i3-10300 and core i7-7700K.
Ryzen 3 3300X Benchmarks
|Ryzen 3 3300X||Intel Core i3-10300||Intel Core i7-7700K|
|Ryzen 3 3300X||Intel Core i7-7700K|
|Ryzen 3 3300X||Core i3-10300|
The Scores are indeed great for AMD but bad for Intel, the Core i3-10300 is supposed to Replace the Core i7-7700K, so their Geekbench score should be similar.
The Core i3-10300 has a TDP of 65-W and the 3300X has TDP of 65-W and the Core i7-7700K has a TDP of 91-W.
The Core i3-10300 is priced at $143(form Intel’s Site),
So we have the Ryzen 3 3100 at $99
3300X at $120
And Core i3-10300 at $143
Also, Ryzen 3 Processors come with cooler included in the box.
So if we go by benchmarks, then the 3300X has the best price to performance ratio.
And At just US$21 more than the decent Ryzen 3 3100, the 3300X is likely going to be a fantastic option for desktop PC builders who want the most performance possible but have to stick to a tight budget.