AMD introduced the Athlon 3000G low-cost desktop processor for the entry level. The chip, based on the 14 nm "Raven Ridge" update, combines a 2-core / 4-processor processor based on the original "Zen" microarchitecture and the Radeon Vega 3 integrated graphics with 3 NGCUs based on the "Vega" architecture.
AMD shows that the CPU clock increases to 3.50 GHz, the "previous gene" is 300 MHz above 200GE, and the iGPU clock speed increases from 100 MHz to 1.10 GHz.
The processor comes with a basic clock multiplier lock that provides a unique CPU overclocking feature. AMD Athlon 3000GE series will compete with Intel's Pentium Gold G5000 series processors.