AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D

  1. sportster's Avatar
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    AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D


    AMD is going to release a world fastest gaming processor ryzen 7 5800x3d. It seem to be faster than
    r9 5900x and about the same as i9 12700k. I think it's a good processor for gamers to look forward to.
    What do you peoples think about it ?

    Ryzen 7 5800X3D is The First Ryzen Chip To Use The 3D V-Cache Tech and it's Faster Than The Core i9-12900K - Appuals.com
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  2. pparks1's Avatar
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    I've been doing AMD builds for my last 3 builds. My son, my own and my wife. We have a 3800X, a 5900X and a 5600X. I watched a video on the 5800X3d and it seems like it's going to be a very solid processor. I'm not going to be in the market for a new CPU anytime soon, but if I was, it's certainly one that I would consider.
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  3. solarstarshines's Avatar
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    sportster said:
    AMD is going to release a world fastest gaming processor ryzen 7 5800x3d. It seem to be faster than
    r9 5900x and about the same as i9 12700k. I think it's a good processor for gamers to look forward to.
    What do you peoples think about it ?

    Ryzen 7 5800X3D is The First Ryzen Chip To Use The 3D V-Cache Tech and it's Faster Than The Core i9-12900K - Appuals.com
    I don't believe it's worth switching over when the new platform is right around the corner.
    This is more of a itch to be satisfied then a real upgrade yes it will keep the AM4 alive a little longer but really makes no sense especially being at the end of the platform cycle.

    It's a great idea but it only works for 8 cores and lower it's probably too complex to do 12 and 16 cores that way so if this is your upgrade build from 1st or 2nd gen Ryzen then it's great but for current 3000/5000 users playing 1440p really has no effect and 5-8 fps is really not noticeable if you're already flying past 100+fps seriously
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  4. Marcus Vinicus's Avatar
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    solarstarshines said:
    I don't believe it's worth switching over when the new platform is right around the corner.
    This is more of a itch to be satisfied then a real upgrade yes it will keep the AM4 alive a little longer but really makes no sense especially being at the end of the platform cycle.

    That is also my view speaking as an owner of a 5900x.
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  5. solarstarshines's Avatar
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    Marcus Vinicus said:
    That is also my view speaking as an owner of a 5900x.
    I, Have four Ryzen chips currently looking to sell one or just keep them both 3950x and 3700x i replaced those with 5900x and 5950x upgrades should hold off to at least 2-3 years
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