AMD's next wave of processors have arrived with a major leap forward in CPUs - the world's first 5nm desktop PC processors! Introducing the 7000 Series of CPUs: The AMD Ryzen 9 7950X, Ryzen 9 7900X, Ryzen 7 7700X, and Ryzen 5 7500X, all built to support the latest, greatest, and fastest computer technology, including DDR5 RAM and PCIe 5.0 Read on for a full spec breakdown, then be sure to check out our benchmarks of the absolutely incredible Ryzen 9 7950X (spoilers, it outperformed the Threadripper), and our Ryzen 9 5790X build guide!
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AMD's new 7000 Series doesn't just come with the new AM5 socket type. Packed into the new square design of the world's first 5nm CPU are a ton of new speed, power, and efficiency innovations. That's not to say that the AM5 socket type is without major upgrade. DDR5 is now supported by AMD chips, as is PCIe 5.0, both greatly boost speeds for pretty much everything you can do on a computer, from boot times to gaming, And don't forget about WiFi 6E, for lightning fast internet connections without the hassle of whole-home ethernet cables.
The one thing that hasn't changed? The cooler support - AM4 coolers will work on AM5 boards so you can upgrade without worrying whether your cooler will work on your newly beefed-up rig.
Also new with the 7000 Series is AMD EXPO technology, developed for easy memory overclocking so you can get even more out of your new DDR5 RAM. AMD EXPO is designed to be as user-friendly as possible, so anyone can get the most out of their system without having to dig deep into the motherboard BIOS settings.
I've done some builds with this CPU in preparation for launch, the clockspeeds reading over 5 GHz so effortlessly is really impressive. I can't wait to get a hold of some PCIe 5.0 NVMe drives to see these really open up.
Every time my pc opens something slower than usual my intrusive thoughts try to convince me to upgrade... At least now with DDR5 and those clock speeds I have more than one reason 😂😂
I love that there's also AMD optimized DDR5 Ram to pair with the CPUs.
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