Last week AMD announced the upcoming Ryzen 5000 CPU’s based on new Zen 3 architecture. The initial release on November 5th will include four CPU’s.
|Ryzen 5 5600X||6 Cores 12 Threads||Base Clock 3.7GHz||Max Boost Clock up to 4.6GHz||TDP 65W|
|Ryzen 7 5800X||8 Cores 16 Threads||Base Clock 3.8GHz||Max Boost Clock up to 4.7GHz||TDP 105W|
|Ryzen 9 5900X||12 Cores 24 Threads||Base Clock 3.7GHz||Max Boost Clock up to 4.8GHz||TDP 105W|
|Ryzen 9 5950X||16 Cores 32 Threads||Base Clock 3.7GHz||Max Boost Clock up to 4.9GHz||TDP 105W|
AMD are boasting a 19% IPC improvement over the current Ryzen 3000 series, increased efficiency and single core performance that surpasses Intel’s current offerings.
Independent testing and reviews will be available on November 5th and if the announcement information is correct, AMD should not only retain the crown for the best multi-core performance but also claim the crown for the best desktop gaming CPU.
We are looking forward to getting our hands on these processors and configuring some gaming PC’s with Ryzen 5000!
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