AMD is going after budget builders with its recently introduced Ryzen 3 3100, a $99 quad-core CPU based on its latest generation Zen 2 architecture. It’s an intriguing entry to the Zen 2 lineup, and may find an even wider audience than expected if an all-core overclock to 4.6GHz is typical.

We don’t know if that will be the case, but a Geekbench 5 benchmark entry shared by @_rogame (via TechRadar) shows the affordable chip racing along at that speed.

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