The AMD Zen 3 Ryzen 5000 Discussion Thread

radioshack

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With the release imminent, its time for its own thread

AMD Ryzen 9 5950X: 16-core, 32 thread, 4.9GHz boost, 72 MB L2+L3 cache, 105W TDP

AMD Ryzen 9 5900X: 12-core, 24 thread, 4.8GHz boost, 70MB L2+L3 cache, 105W TDP

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X: 8-core, 16 thread, 4.7GHz boost, 36MB cache, 105W TDP

AMD Ryzen 5 5600X: 6-core, 12-thread, 4.6GHz boost, 35MB cache, 65W TDP
 

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~430SGD for the 5600x,
~640SGD for the 5800x
~780SGD for the 5900x

Putting it in local currency really puts it into perspective. It's expensive for as heck for entry-level and it doesn't seem like a value pick. Upselling for sure
 

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~430SGD for the 5600x,
~640SGD for the 5800x
~780SGD for the 5900x

Putting it in local currency really puts it into perspective. It's expensive for as heck for entry-level and it doesn't seem like a value pick. Upselling for sure

if 6 months down the road, sales doesnt pick up as expected, price may adjust down.
 

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The idea of Budget zen 3 has been blown away. AMD are starting to go in with premium pricing due to the success they have had with the Ryzen architecture!
 

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~430SGD for the 5600x,
~640SGD for the 5800x
~780SGD for the 5900x

Putting it in local currency really puts it into perspective. It's expensive for as heck for entry-level and it doesn't seem like a value pick. Upselling for sure

~330SGD for the 5600x,
~440SGD for the 5800x
~580SGD for the 5900x

more reasonable :vijayadmin:
 

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if 6 months down the road, sales doesnt pick up as expected, price may adjust down.

Limited stocks and it will fly off the shelfs during launch, price will not adjust much until AM5 launch.... or intel come out with a more superior CPU (unlikely until 2023)....
 

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~330SGD for the 5600x,
~440SGD for the 5800x
~580SGD for the 5900x

more reasonable :vijayadmin:

Why should they charge less than the previous generation RRP for much higher performance and possibly lower yields due to unified cache?
 

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hope they drop 3700x until 200usd then i sure buy
 

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Why should they charge less than the previous generation RRP for much higher performance and possibly lower yields due to unified cache?

I'm not asking them to charge less during their debut sale. That's my own reasonable price, for myself:(
 

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Limited stocks and it will fly off the shelfs during launch, price will not adjust much until AM5 launch.... or intel come out with a more superior CPU (unlikely until 2023)....

unless they stopped 3 series production, else if there is option, take up rate for 5 series may be affected.
 

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Wonder how much of an upgrade would the ~$650 5800x be over the $450 3700x
 

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the native supported memory speeds is still 3200MHz, expected 3600
 

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Probably following the JEDEC standards which top out at 3200
AMD would need to redesign the IO chip to implement support for better ram.

Not withstanding some older motherboard (b450?) might not be able to support higher frequency ram due to lower built quality.

I also think AMD is going for incremental update for their Ryzen CPU design from now on.
 

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I will wait till next yr prime day / black Friday sale then buy a 5800x. My 2600x shall tong all the way
 

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1 question : will have new chipset or mobo refresh for ryzen5000 series? :s8:
 
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