Guru3D Content Review: AMD Ryzen 5 5600X - Ryzen 9 5900X and 5950X processors

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  1. Valken

    Valken Ancient Guru

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    Amazing review and did anyone notice the 5600 was up there with the 10900K and 5900/5950 in clock frequency sensitive games? Except for Battlefield and maybe Tomb Raider (moar cores), the 5600 scales really well with 6C/12T!

    I want to see a 3090 review with the Ryzen CPUs!

    Can someone tell us what COOLER was used to OC? Can anyone give a recommendation for a solid B550 MB that can OC the CPU, RAM to 4000 MHZ 1:1 with IF, solid good quality VRM and silent as possible?

    No bling bling RGB.

    I am coming from an AsRock OC Formula Z97 + Haswell!

    I need to offset the extra 50 USD on the 5800 CPU against the extra scalping pricing on the X570 MB. Or if there is a good value x570 with PCIE4 and SAM support, I would consider it.

    Going to shop for that 5600 or 5800 and wait for the 6800XT or 3080Ti when it comes out.
     
  2. schmidtbag

    schmidtbag Ancient Guru

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    Article says 240mm liquid cooler. I wouldn't expect anything less for 16 cores.
    The article also has 3 pages with the 3090.
     
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  3. Mufflore

    Mufflore Ancient Guru

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    For the money, the Arctic LF-420 is amazing.
    I bought one for the hell of it and got a dual faster overclock on both my 6700K and Ram together.
    Previously max with my custom quiet loop was 4.6GHz with 3600MHz ram (is 3000MHz ram that can do 3733MHz but only with 4.5GHz CPU or less).
    Now I get 4.7GHz CPU @ 1.44V (reported) with 3733MHz ram, max CPU temp 62C.
    ie it runs cool enough to let the IMC run memory at higher speed despite the increased clock and voltage.
     
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  4. pegasus1

    pegasus1 Maha Guru

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    I thought my 2700k at 5ghz was doing me fine, then i changed it to a 3800x and the difference in game at 4k with a 1080Ti was staggering, way more than i thought it would be.
     
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  5. macatak

    macatak Maha Guru

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    Hardware Unboxed was much the same

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  6. msroadkill612

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    Just sayin that re; scarce 7nm production runs/concurrent new gpu& cpuS/unpredictable demand...

    AMD seems fortunately able to prioritise production of the more lucrative/in demand processor.
     
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    pcie 2? Vomit. Thats a dumpster cpu. Using it as a host is just a waste of good periperals/resources.
     
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    much of what u describe was down to the gen 1 mobos from what I hear.

    On 400 series boards, even 3200 ram was doable. There are plenty of ~b450/Zen1 rigs running just fine. One of the best bargains ever for longevity.
     
  9. Valken

    Valken Ancient Guru

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    Does anyone have a link to the 5600 or 5800 review with the 3090 RTX? All of these CPU reviews are running with 2080Ti.

    The 5900 and 5950 reviews have 3090 RTX in them.

    I want to see if 6-8 cores is "enough" with the right GPU. Theoretically, it should be a yes for 4K with RT ON.
     
  10. kapu

    kapu Ancient Guru

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    Im using gigabyte aourous elite. It overclock my 3300X way above any review i found. 4550mhz all core and 1900 inf fabric. I belive this board is strong overclocker.



    On topic. DID You see how much hidden power they have? Check cs go, world war z, serious sam etc. Benchmarks, lead over Intel is above 20%.
    Need more digging in to that.
    In another 2-3 years every game will he written for AMD, and problem multithread. Won't we be seeing same difference as we see in those games?
     
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  11. xrodney

    xrodney Master Guru

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    Please don't even remind me Alza, in CZ their backend went haywire for stock allocation for almost an hour.
    So My 5900x went from "in stock, delivery next day" to "we are expecting" and because of this almost an hour without allocation confirmation I have no idea how many are in the queue before me, could be dozens or thousands.
     
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    kapu Ancient Guru

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    PS. TPU already retesting. Numbers are off.
     
  13. Kevin Mauro

    Kevin Mauro Master Guru

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    Considering how long this market was stagnant - I don't mind paying for these. I recall when I bought the 3930K (Sandy Bridge E) It was $599.
     
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    emperorsfist Maha Guru

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    Good to see AMD providing some competition at a reasonable wattage (even if these top end CPUs are not for me money-wise). I'm happy with my 3700x, so I'll wait and see what the future brings for both companies.
     
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    This is really good. Looking forward to read the 5800X review.
     

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    kapu Ancient Guru

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    Just for science , and to show huge potential currently unused in most of games tested !
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    These CPU's will be retested in 2-3 years and You will see that difference will widen by 10-20% in AMD favor , its obvious.
     
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    @ Kapu - Insane to see the CPUs can keep pushing when GPU scales up. No doubt the Ryzen 3 series will be a great investment.
     
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    Loving these numbers :) Competition, true competition. For once again. All CPUs sold out as well. So I'm just in holding position for a 5800X untill Asus get around to releasing a supported BIOS for my X470 Prime :)
     
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    Intel 10th gen looks like "old" piece of hardware . Its like 2010 vs 2010 . 6 core can obliterate 10 core . There is incredible amount of potential in new ryzens and it needs to be explored more , but im afraid we will have to wait around 2 years until next gen games appear. it is not 1-2% difference right current benchmarks shows , it is much much bigger difference. I could say as much :
    5600X = 10900k. Prove me i'm wrong :)
     
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    "Since the processor actually has that 12nm IO chip, which is the same as the X570 chipset, it will also offer 4x USB 3.2 Gen 2 (Superspeed 10 Gbps) ports." - outstanding :cool:
     

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