AMD Ryzen 5000 series

AMD Ryzen 5000 series advanced micro devices: Fastest gaming CPU’s

AMD launched a new Ryzen 5000 Series Desktop Processors advance micro devices; AMD known for its fastest gaming CPUs and GPUs, gaming processor units, has released 4 new models under Ryzen 5000 series based on their latest Zen 3 architecture. The price ranges from $299 US to all the way up to $799 US. A few years back, Intel was dominating the field of processors but the significant improvement of AMD lead it to become the market leader. From providing the top-notch Gaming cards to Processors and motherboard, it has excelled in every field.

The following are the new desktop processor released recently.

Ryzen 5 5600X:

The lowest-priced in the AMD 5000 series is 5600x stands at $299 US. It has 6 cores and 12 threads with a base clock of 3.7 GHz and a boost clock of 4.6 GHz. It also has an L3 Cache of 32MB on its single chipset but with a reduced TDP, Thermal Design Power, of 65W. Moreover, the 5600x is the only one in this series that will come with a stock cooler.

Ryzen 7 5800x:

A little expensive then the previous one, the Ryzen 7 5800x stands at $399. It has 8 cores and 16 threads and can do 3.8GHz as a base clock and 4.7 GHz as a boost clock. It is a single chipset design, the full 32MB cache on the single CCX with all eight cores. It also has a TDP of 105W.

It has replaced the old Ryzen 3800X that costs $399 and will compete with 8-core Intel Core i7-10700K.

Ryzen 9 5900x:

Next is the most advanced Ryzen 9 5900X that has 12 cores and 24 threads. It can base clock at 3.7 GHz and boost the clock at 4.8 GHz. It has 64 MB of L3 Cache and a TDP of 105W. As per AMD, it is the best gaming CPU on the market right now and can create a gap between Intel’s High-end processor and AMD’s.

The most expensive among this is Ryzen 5950x, which has 16 cores and 32 threads. This new chip is capable of  4.9GHz boost clock and base clock of 3.4GHz. It will be heavy on the pocket but is surely a beast among all the other processors of Advance micro devices, AMD. It costs $799 and replaces the previous 3950X, which was priced at $749. The intel core i9-10980XE will be among its competitor.

Commenting on its new Zen 3 architecture, which has made it possible for AMD to produce the fastest gaming CPUs, AMD said that it is a completely new architecture built from the scratch and not like the previous two architectures that were an evolution of each other.

The Zen 3 processor will have 6 or either 8 cores each having 32 MB of L3 Cache, Which means that Processors like 5600X or 5800x can have a single CCX with full cache, which can reduce the latency and also reduce to resort to writing to system memory thus slowing the system.

The company has said that this new Zen 3 will improve the performance by 19% of IPC, instructions per clock, which is often used as a measure for a processor’s efficiency. Keep in mind that this 19% is for the Workstation or Gaming task and not for simple tasks. These new Ryzen processors have the same previous TDP and similar board power draw due to improved efficiency. This would result in an increase in performance without the change in power consumption.

Moreover, the prices of chips have gone up by $50, even though there are no non-SKUs this time, and the company has categorically said that It would not have any more SKUs at this point. Keep in mind not launching SKUs does not mean that they will not release the successor to the Ryzen 3 3100 and the 3300X. This increase in price with no SKUs can be a factor for people to not welcome this series though the performance has increased.

AMD, once again, has become their own competitor as people, with older motherboards, would now prefer to buy their old series instead of going for Intel. Intel has failed to supply its stock of high-end models resulting in an exponential increase in the price of stock remaining at market.

At the conclusion, the speaker gave a little sneak peek upcoming Radeon RX 6000 series graphics card. These cards are going to be released on the 28th of October.

You may buy the New Ryzen 5000 series from November 5 so mark your clocks and be ready to get your hands on the Latest beast to have the best performance. Not to forget, they are compatible with all motherboards running B550 and X570 chipsets.

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