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AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs | Get Ready Now to Grab One

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There are some news are available on internet about AMD Ryzen processors. These news claims that AMD is going to release Ryzen 5000 series processors (code name: Vermeer), not the Ryzen 4000 series.

Patrick Shur tweets that the AMD is going to release new Ryzen 5000 series desktop processor with the new Zen3 architecture. It will be launched on 8th October, 2020. It seems to be AMD’s last minute step to call their new processor lineup as Ryzen 5000.



According to Patrick, AMD Ryzen 7 5800X has 8 cores and AMD Ryzen 9 5900X has 12 cores. AMD also going to release their Radeon RX 6000 series graphics cards to challenge the Nvidia Geforce RTX 3090 flagship graphics card.

Specification of AMD Ryzen 5000 series desktop processors

AMD is going to release the 12 core Ryzen 9 5900X similar as previous Ryzen 3900X processor and the 8 core Ryzen 7 5800X processor. So there is a chance, that AMD will not give extra core count in their new Ryzen 5000 series. AMD will try to give more clock speed frequency in their processors compared to the previous generation AMD lineup processors.


The new Zen3 architecture will deliver more efficiency and powerful performance than its competitor. We can expect that, AMD is going to give us more power efficient, with better TDP, with extra boost clock frequency and better performing processors compared to the old generation lineup processors. We also expect there are some 10 core processors will be released.

In the previous month Igor’s LAB said Vermeer processors are going to boosting their frequency to 4.9GHz. This can be a good reason to rename their Ryzen 4000 series processors to Ryzen 5000 series processors.

AMD’s strategies

AMD will target the enthusiast gamers, video editors and graphics designers by their new Ryzen 5000 series processors. These processors can deliver the ultimate performance for the power users. AMD will try to launch their processors at lower price compared to the Intel 11th gen processors.

So we can get more value for money from the AMD’s new Zen3 processors. This is the big challenge for Intel. AMD is going to attract more people from the market which is dominating by Intel. In some recent years AMD’s processors were successful in the desktop computer market. So let’s see what will AMD do with their new Ryzen 5000 series processor lineup.

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Interesting Questions

Is buying an AMD Ryzen laptop a good choice?

Yes, Ryzen laptops can deliver a good performance. If you need a good performance with lower price than Intel laptop, then you can go with an AMD Ryzen laptop. It will not going to disappoint you.

Should I wait for AMD 4th Gen or get Intel 10th Gen?

You should wait for AMD 4th gen. AMD’s 4th processors will try to beat the Intel 10th gen processors in every department by its extra performance. AMD also going to release their processors at lower price compared to the Intel 10th gen processors. If you wait and will go with AMD, then you can get much better performance at lower cost. So our suggestion is you should wait for AMD 4th gen.

What socket will Ryzen 4000 use?

AMD Ryzen 4000 will use AM4 type socket.

Why is AMD not so popular as Intel?

In last 15 years AMD had some heating issues, in terms of performance AMD was not close enough to Intel’s performance. That is the reason of popularity of Intel over AMD. But in some recent years, AMD is doing well and has delivered good performance without heating issues. So now AMD is going to be popular like intel.

What Intel processor is equivalent to AMD Ryzen 5?

Ryzen 5 is not a single processor. It is the lineup of AMD processor. So you have to mention the name of the particular processor for comparing. The equivalent lineup form the Intel is core i5.

What is the AMD equivalent of Intel i7?

Intel i7 is not a particular processors. It is the processor lineup from Intel. The equivalent lineup from AMD is Ryzen 7.



We will update more information about AMD Ryzen 5000 series processors after the launch. We also publish the review, various types benchmark tests and gaming performance of the new 5000 series processors. So stay tuned with us. If you have any questions and queries about this content, then leave a comment below. We will answer your every question as soon as possible.

Content Source: techradar, AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs are about to launch, and not Ryzen 4000, rumor insists, 18th September, 2020.

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Editor In Chief Katharina Started young in the field of Internet Marketing & Digital Graphics, along with her college studies in 2010. Her hobby is keeping updated with latest tech news around the globe.

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