AMD Ryzen 9 5900X Processor
|Dimensions||8.9 × 8.9 × 5.6 cm|
|Processor Cores||12 Cores|
|Processor Threads||24 Threads|
|Processor Generation||5th Generation|
AMD RYZEN 9 5900X PROCESSOR
The Ryzen 5000 series was announced a few months ago in October. AMD announced four processors of this series, and among these four, the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X is one of the most powerful ones. The Ryzen 9 5900X is an absolute beast. Just like all the Ryzen 5000 series processors, the 5900X is also based on AMD’s latest and greatest Zen 3 architecture.
The Zen 3 architecture is built from scratch, and is significantly better than all the previous iterations of Zen. The previous iterations had impressive multi-core performance, but lacked the single-threaded performance. But, all of that has been sorted with the Zen 3. There have been massive improvements in the performance, efficiency, Instructions Per Clock (IPC), latency, etc.
Ryzen processors were already popular for their amazing multi-core performance, and the Zen 3 did not only improve that aspect but also brought significant improvements to the single-core performance. All of these improvements make the Ryzen 5000 processors extremely popular among gaming PC enthusiasts. The Ryzen 5900X is the second-best processor of the Ryzen 5000 series. This processor comes with 12 cores, and also has 24 threads thanks to SMT (Simultaneous Multi Threading). Talking about the frequency, or clock speeds, the 5900X has a base clock of 3.7 GHz and a boost clock of 4.8 GHz.
The combination of a high core/thread, along with a high frequency ensures that performance is something that you would not have to worry about with the Ryzen 9 5900X. The processor can do anything and everything that a CPU is supposed to and will do so smoothly. Streaming, rendering, editing, gaming, you name it! As said before, the Zen 3 architecture allowed the processors to be efficient, while also having a significant performance boost.
That is true for this processor too. Despite having such a high core count, and core frequency, the default TDP is rated at a mere 105 W. As for the CPU cache, the Ryzen 5900X has a 64MB of ultrafast L3 cache. The AMD Ryzen 9 5900X is undoubtedly an expensive processor.
However, you get what you pay for. 12 cores, 24 threads, high boost clock of 4.8 GHz, 7nm architecture while also having a TDP of 105W. What more do you want? If you are an enthusiast and want a processor that will absolutely excel in everything you throw at it, then the 5900X is something you should seriously consider.
- New high performance pump efficiently dissipates heat from high end CPUs.
- Unique 60*60mm circular full color LCD with dynamic AORUS logo display designs and custom a picture and text available.
- High performance, low-noise level, dual ball bearing ARGB fans.
- Supports RGB FUSION 2.0 synchronization with other AORUS devices.
- Universal design for fan & pump RPM control, supports all MB brands.
|# of CPU Cores||12|
|# of Threads||24|
|Max Boost Clock||Up to 4.8GHz|
|Total L2 Cache||6MB|
|Total L3 Cache||64MB|
|CMOS||TSMC 7nm FinFET|
|PCI Express® Version||PCIe 4.0|
|Thermal Solution (PIB)||Not included|
|Default TDP / TDP||105W|
|System Memory Specification||Up to 3200MHz|
|System Memory Type||DDR4|
|Supported Technologies||AMD StoreMI Technology|
|AMD Ryzen™ Master Utility|
|AMD Ryzen™ VR-Ready Premium|
|Product Family||AMD Ryzen™ Processors|
|Product Line||AMD Ryzen™ 9 Desktop Processors|
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