AMD officially announced Ryzen 5000 series For desktop CPUs with Zen 3 architecture – Here is Price

AMD puts forward the next-gen desktop processors. The company gives the name of the Ryzen 5000 series of CPUs, based on the new Zen 3 Architecture. The company gives four new models starting from $299 to $799. The 5950X is of the cost $799 taking place of 3950X, of $749. The product is to give a tough competition to the 18 core Intel Core i9- 10980XE

The Ryzen 5900X Price is $549

  • 12 fundamentals
  • 24 threads.
  • 3.7GHz of base clock
  • 4.8GHz clock boost
  • The 5900X has a 64MB of L3 cache for two chips
  • TDP of 105W
    AMD tells this is so far the best CPU for game lovers. The 5900X will counter 3900X which is for $499. The CPU 5900X will give Intel Core i9-10900K

Ryzen 5000

With lower price promise eyes await Ryzen 7 5800X Specifications

  • 8 fundamentals
  • 16 threads
  • 3.8GHz base clock
  • 4.7GHz Boost clock
  • Single-chip structure- eight cores + full 32MB cache on the single CCX
  • 105 TDP
  • The 5800x CPU is for $449 transforming the $399 3800X CPU. However, the specifications are enough to lock with the 8-core Intel Core i7-10700K

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Last but not the least Ryzen 5 5600X Detailing

  • 6 fundamentals
  • 12 threads
  • 3.7GHz Base clock
  • Boost Clock of 4.6GHz
  • 32MB of L3 cache on sole chip
  • TDP 65W
  • 5600X Comes with a stock cooler

Ryzen 5 5600X is for $299 and will evict 3600X for $249. The Ryzen 5 5600X gives 6-core Intel Core i5-1060 tough targets. Zen 3 design isn’t mentioned much.

The new design has ground level changes and not just transformation. A 19 percent corrections are targeted for IPC which is processor efficiency. With renovation to efficiency, AMD achieves performance without power addition.

The new Ryzen Chipsets aim for the same TDP and the similar board power, with less you have more here. There are changes in the chip’s crafting. AMD puts chips rather than the monolithic design of intel, thus increasing costs for packing more cores.

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