AMD Ryzen 9 5950X

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AMD Ryzen 9 5950X

By TechSpot
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Spending $800 on the Ryzen 9 5950X only for gaming is pointless, but going with a core-heavy processor no longer hampers performance, so it is a viable option for gamers with deep pockets. Where this new 16-core processor really shines is for those who want to work and play, and right now there’s no better option for tackling both those tasks.

By TweakTown
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AMD’s Ryzen 9 5950X is a niche part for those needing huge performance for multicore workloads, and boy does it deliver!

By TechPowerUp
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At $800, AMD is trying to establish a premium price point for mainstream processors that offer HEDT-like performance in many tasks. You’re having to fork out the extra $500 for the cheapest Threadripper only if you have seriously memory-intensive apps which scale to the Nth core, or could use the added PCIe I/O of the Threadripper platform. The Ryzen 9 5950X is AMD Athlon 64 FX history repeating itself, and Intel looking just as helpless as it did before the first Core 2 Duo.

By eTeknix
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If your day consists of looking at software saying “compiling”, “rendering” or “processing” then the 5950X is what you want. For content creation, it’s the fastest consumer chip for the job right now and a solid investment to speed up your workflow.

By OC3D
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Both of these models are stunning CPUs, and a big announcement from AMD that they’re not just catching up with or shoulder to shoulder with Intel, but disappearing over the horizon into the sunset. On which metaphorical bookend we’ll stop rambling and let you check your local retailer for stock.

By The Guru of 3D
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However, if you need a few more cores for that demanding workload of yours, slap a good LCS on this proc, and your eyebrows will ryze alongside the smile on your face that’ll last for days—well done, AMD, well done.

By KitGuru
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The Zen 3 Ryzen 9 5950X takes the mainstream flagship status away from its Zen 2 3950X predecessor. In doing so, it offers a new tier of performance in a variety of scenarios to buyers with £750 to spend on a processor. The Ryzen 9 5950X truly is a fantastic product.

By Hexus
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Ryzen 9 5900X naturally brings the same goodness to the table. Excelling in gaming thanks to Zen 3, it’s much faster than rival Intel’s premier 10-core processor for rendering tasks. Pricing is more key for this second-rung chip as it will go into a wider range of enthusiast systems, and £510 seems a fair outlay for a rudely capable processor.

By Gadget Pilipinas
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It took some time for AMD to perfect its Ryzen processor family but we’re finally here. The Ryzen 5000 series earns the gold medal in almost every category in gaming, content creation, thermals, and backward compatibility. What you’re getting with the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X is simply a red-themed i9 10900k but with more cores, more performance, and PCI-E 4.0 support. That said, the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X embodies the perfect balance of performance, features, and pricing of a mainstream desktop CPU, making it the better option for its price range.

By HotHardware
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All told, there’s a lot to like about the AMD Ryzen 5000 series. Whether you’re a gamer or creator, or just like to have a high-performance system at your disposal, the Ryzen 5000 series delivers and we’d be hard pressed to find a modern use-case where we wouldn’t recommend one.

By Pokde
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Regardless of your usage, I really can’t see myself complaining about the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X, aside from the fact that I don’t have a particular need for it. While previously AMD Ryzen processors led in multithreaded workloads like productivity and content creation while lagging behind in gaming, Ryzen 5000 proves that you can really have your cake and eat it too.

By ExtremeTech
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Zen 3 is an unparalleled success for AMD. The company has literally redefined what kind of performance is possible within a given desktop power envelope and price point over the past 3.5 years. With this new architecture, AMD expanded its leadership position over Intel in multi-threaded and single-threaded workloads, while surpassing it in gaming overall. Intel still leads in specific titles, but AMD can claim to be leading the industry.

By Tom’s Hardware
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To the world of enthusiasts that have been pining for a huge gen-on-gen upgrade, AMD’s Ryzen 9 5950X and Ryzen 9 5900X deliver an almost unbelievable amount of performance improvement over not only AMD’s previous-gen Ryzen processors, but also over Intel’s Comet Lake flagships. The fact that the Ryzen 9 chips regularly break the 5GHz barrier, even at stock settings, is simply icing on the cake.

By Geeknetic
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AMD ha conseguido que sus procesadores mantengan el mismo y enorme número de núcleos, mantener los precios contenidos, y añadir hasta un 20% de mejora de velocidad por ciclo de reloj sin tener que tocar los consumo, optimizando aun mas si cabe la gestión de los turbo de los procesadores y consiguiendo procesadores frescos, que con la refrigeración adecuada, nos permitirán disfrutar de una potencia sin igual con temperaturas moderadas que se podrán acompañar de sistemas de refrigeración mas silenciosos. Todo sin cambiar de socket, de chipsets y, por tanto, sin obligar a comprar nuevas placas base.

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