AMD have just revealed some of their upcoming 5000 series Ryzen CPU options, which are set to release globally on November 5th. (Which could mean November 6th here in New Zealand)
CEO Lisa Su took to the stage, along with a host of AMD experts Mark Papermaster and Robert Hallock, to reveal the new Ryzen CPU products. What followed was an explanation of what AMD wanted and have achieved with their Ryzen CPU series, and a series of performance demonstrations with some potent performance uplifts shown, using their own 3900XT to showcase the performance increase offered by the 5900X - showing an FPS increases in a range of games, even when compared to the flagship Intel i9-10900K.
It’s amazing to see a CPU increase performance by this much, especially as this is an in-socket upgrade, using a current gen motherboard.
- Ryzen 5600X, 6 Core - 12 Thread with 4.6GHz Boost
- Ryzen 5800X, 8 Core - 16 Thread with 4.7GHz Boost
- Ryzen 5900X, 12 Core - 24 Thread with 4.8GHz Boost
- Ryzen 5950X, 16 Core - 32 Thread with 4.9GHz Boost
With a November 5th global release date now set for Ryzen 5000 series, we look forward to the next AMD event coming October 28th (Here in NZ, likely the 29th), during which we hope to see more on the new Radeon RX 6000 graphics cards, which was shown, well, more like teased, at the very end of this presentation too.
Watch the full presentation in the AMD YouTube video below, and check your eyes on the AMD Store for the latest!