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

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  1. Lily GFX

    Lily GFX Active Member

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    Yes :) Maybe I really do not know. I got Cloudflare message that it was unable to
    connect to their server, that is why I think their server broke down.
    After when I tried I had same issue with any 5xx0X not showing at all and I was using
    MS Edge. But I when changed to Google Chrome, it showed up like normal again even
    in their search tab. Ccleaner might have solved it too, but I was in a hurry so did not test it.
     
  2. barbacot

    barbacot Master Guru

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    Here only 5950X is in stock and the one cpu per customer limit was removed and still there are 10+ on stock with 2 hours delivery...seems that they found out that there will be stock resupply for all stores and they try to get rid of them fast at an inflated price (880 euro)
     
  3. BLEH!

    BLEH! Ancient Guru

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    wavetrex Maha Guru

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    No stock in NL anywhere.

    ( Wasn't planning to buy right now, but it's fun to watch the drama... :p )
     

  5. Witcher29

    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    so similar as 10900k and 10700k on gaming good to know :)
     
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    out of stock everywhere around the world for the 5900x & 5950x , so dont expect to have one this year. maybe in 10 years. btw in fine with my 3900x right now it does the job.
     
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    Intel has fallen, AMD has ryzen :)
     
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    thought being on 7nm the cpus would be further ahead compared to 14nm
     
  9. Witcher29

    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    Intel has not fallen, know your facts, when they come with 11900k amd is in there drawing room again.
    Right now they have similar performance.
     
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    BReal85 Master Guru

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    From Linus' review:

    "Even the Ryzen 5600X, a CPU that costs $300 beat every single one of Intel CPUs more often than it lost, and where it did lose, it was within a few percentage points. These are all games that are traditionally CPU bound."

    Funny guy you are. Check gaming results. And I'm not speaking of workloads and productivity numbers. Check gaming numbers at the Linus video: even the 5600X is dominating the 10900K.
    And Intel is probably losing 2 cores for the next gen, and let me take their IPC gains with a grain of salt.
     

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    mackintosh Master Guru

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    In gaming, maybe, but as of this moment, AMD has the better overall CPUs, hands down. So yeah, Intel has fallen in the sense that it is no longer the go-to platform. Who in their right mind would buy an Intel chip today? There's simply no reason to. As for what the future holds, well, we live in the here and now.
     
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    Stormyandcold Ancient Guru

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    Amazing. Comparing some 3950x vs 5950x benchmarks looks impressive. AMD made a huge internal leap in performance. This is going to have a big impact in the daw world. Can't wait to see more home-recording studio-centric benchmarks. The last time I checked, the main recommendation I got from it was to go with 3600 DDR4 ram to maximise performance of Ryzen2, however, low cas 3200 ram was also an excellent match for stable low-latency asio performance running loads of effects.
     
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  13. Meathead01

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    Wow calm down, he did not mean to trigger you. We know you love Blue, it's ok. For the now, AMD is on Top which means Intel has to do something to beat them to be called "The Gaming CPU" and I can't wait for a future tech from both companies.

    This is a good thing for everyone, cheaper prices and better products is a win for consumers. Unless you still want to be paying $1200 for a 4 core machine. It would of been that way if AMD did not step in. ;) So be happy not sad. :D
     
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  14. Witcher29

    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    So many intel hate here, calm down guys they have similar performance now, i still prefer intel over amd mainly for stability reasons, and game compatible support.
    If amd can change this in the future my next system might be an amd one minus the gpu.
     
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    Nice review! Good to see amd competing on 1080p gaming now!
    But what be really nice is to see some more mp games and their fps compared to intel.
    As competitive gaming involves 240hz monitors and high clocks on 1080p, some more games like:
    BF1
    COD:MW
    CTF
    would be great to see if amd is a option there as well now :)
     

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    Yes but look at the power use
     
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    I agree with you but I have Intel configuration i9 9900k and AMD config Ryzen 7 3800XT , and I guarantee I ve no problem of stability or game compatible support with my AMD configuration.
    worse , I ve some weird stuttering sometimes in Wreckfest with my 9900k (very strange I know) and I dont have any stuttering with my 3800Xt.
    (I dont know why that happen with my intel config)
     
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    Great showing by AMD. Zen 3 kicking ass.

    Interested to see what "rage mode" will bring to the table with these cpus and AMD gpu.
     
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    Witcher29 Maha Guru

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    Did u oc-ed it ? might work on some things but can get worse on other stuff xD
     
  20. anub1s18

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    oe nice.

    especially the oc speed though at 1.35v... hope CTR gets support for it soon so i can see what they are generally capable of clockspeed to voltage wise

    i currently have a 3900x, it's fine but due to it's lower multi threaded speed it's not exactly the single threaded powerhouse i kinda hoped it would be (not a typo since a game + firefox = multithreaded so even a single threaded game tends to run close to multithreaded speeds) coming off a 4670k at only 4.3ghz all core which zen2 at 4ghz beats, but...not by as much as i hoped for the time gap. might wait till the prices slip down just a bit or a 5900XT comes along if it lives up to the hype.

    currently have my 3900X undervolted through CTR to 1.125v which still allows it to do 4050-4075mhz(silver sample but it's kinda janky, i can get up to 4250 with 1.25v but it's not stable), it's kinda crippled the extremely rare scenario's where the cpu tapped 4.6ghz for a nanosecond but it also doesn't spend most of it's time between 1.5v and 1.3v when watching a video on youtube, and my cinebench is now consistent. i had it slightly faster with a undervolt + PBO (7300+ cinebench) but if i played a game for a while to heat up my water and ran it again it slumped down to 7000+, now it's a consistent 7200 regardless of if my pc just started up with cold water or it's summer and i've been playing a heavy game all day.
     

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