AMD Ryzen 5

Introducing the new AMD Ryzen 5 CPU’s, which will launch on April 11, 2017. AMD said that it will ship the Ryzen 5 processors on April 11, the same day it will begin accepting its first orders for the chip.

Here are the four members of the Ryzen 5 family:

The Ryzen 5 1400, a 4-core/8-thread chip that runs at 3.2GHz and boosts to 3.4GHz
The Ryzen 5 1500X, (4 cores/8 threads, 3.5GHz/3.7GHz)
The Ryzen 5 1600 (6 cores/12 threads, 3.2GHz/3.6GHz)
The Ryzen 5 1600X (6 cores/12 threads, 3.6GHz/4.0GHz)

So far Intel has has hold firm at its processor prices, which means that the selling point of of the Ryzen 5 will be very competitive, the Ryzen 1600X performance pushes in between Intel i7 Processors.










AMD even believes that Ryzen 5 processors will bring a disruptive price and performance ratio in the market, that Intel can’t match.

AMD is taking aim at Intel’s $242 Core i5-7600K, a 3.8GHz, 4-core/4-thread chip, with its slightly pricier Ryzen 5 1600X,
which offers three times the thread count. (Intel’s cheapest 6-core chip, the Core i7-5820K, is $389.)











To measure how successful AMD will be with Ryzen, look to the Ryzen 5. As AMD has noted previously, the company expects to sell twice as many of these low-cost processors as it does pricier Ryzen 7 Processors.

AMD will be emphasizing the B350 motherboards in conjunction with the Ryzen 5. Although the B350 was launched alongside the X370 motherboards, the latter board was preferred for the Ryzen 7,
and subsequently either sold out or was in short supply. The B350 offers almost all of the features of the X370, including overclocking.

We still don’t know how much performance the Ryzen 5 family will deliver. AMD shipped the Ryzen 7 to great fanfare. Reviews showed, however, that the Ryzen processor performed slower than Intel chips in games at more CPU-dependent lower resolutions. A number of theories were floated, many of which AMD itself debunked.

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Date: 08 Apr 2017