The Ryzen CPU family is AMD’s mainstream processor line, but in terms of performance these chips rival high-end desktop (HEDT) models from other manufacturers. Offering up to 16 cores while maintaining high clock speeds, Ryzen excels in most applications and covers a wide range of price points as well. If you want something bigger, AMD’s Threadripper PRO CPUs offer even more cores, memory channels, and PCI-E lanes.
AMD’s Ryzen 7000 Series of processors are the first models to feature their new Zen 4 microarchitecture, built on a 5nm manufacturing process. These CPUs focus on providing great per-core performance, with boost speeds in excess of 5GHz, while maintaining the excellent multi-threaded processing which AMD has become known for. This generation also introduced support for DDR5 memory, AVX-512, and PCI-Express 5.0.
For details about how AMD Ryzen CPUs perform in different applications, check out the links below or our many processor (CPU) articles.
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AMD Ryzen CPU Specifications
|AMD Ryzen||9 7950X||9 7900X||7 7700X||5 7600X|
|Base Clock Speed||4.5GHz||4.7GHz||4.5GHz||4.7GHz|
|Max Boost Speed||5.7GHz||5.6GHz||5.4GHz||5.3GHz|
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