In 2020 AMD launch new 7nm process technology and based on second-gen. The Ryzen 3 3100 and Ryzen 3300x this two processor launch in May 2020. Most of all Ryzen 3 Series do not give multi-threading in the old processor but in these two processors, we get multi-threading. This processor does not have an integrated graphics card then you buy Ryzen 3 3100 or Ryzen 3 3300x then you buy the graphics card. Another most important part is the Ryzen 3 3300x almost bit Intel i5 9400f.
Ryzen 3 3100-
cores /threads – 4 / 8 Base clock – 3.6GHz Max boost clock – Up to 3.9GHz Total L1 cache – 256KB Total L2 chche – 2MB Total L3 chche – 16MB Package – AM4 Unlock chip – YESCMOS – TSMC 7nm FinFET TDP – 65W
Ryzen 3 3300X -
cores /threads – 4 / 8 Base clock – 3.8GHz Max boost clock – Up to 4.3GHz Total L1 cache – 256KB Total L2 chche – 2MB Total L3 chche – 16MB Package – AM4 Unlock chip – YESCMOS – TSMC 7nm FinFET TDP – 65W
Ryzen 3 3100 and Ryzen 3 3300x specification is the similar only difference in the frequency in 3100 you get 3.6MHz to 3.8 MHz and in 3300x you get 3.8MHz to 4.3MHz. In this processor you do not get any different then the way is AMD lunch, two processors, in the same specification. In these two processors, you get a big difference in the CCX congregation. In CCD you get measure deference in CCX In Ryzen 3 3100 to etch CCX you get 7nm CCX (2 cores 4 threads 8MB L2 cache) but in Ryzen 3 3300x give 7nm CCX (4 cores 8 threads 16MB L2 cache) in single CCX.thats way Ryzen 3 3300x is bit Intel core i5. In Ryzen 3 3100 have dull CCX and 3300x have single CCX. You build pc under budget then wait for lunch this processor.