AMD Rye 5000 hits the last bastion: the world’s fastest game CPU.

In the early hours of this morning, AMD officially released the Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processor based on the new Zen 3 CPU architecture.

For the average player, there are two main cores:

1, this is the Zen, Zen plus, Zen 2 after the third generation of new architecture, but also the Ryzen 1000, Ryzen 2000, Ryzen 3000 series after the third generation of new processors, in order to and Ryzen APU named sequence consistent, while easy for consumers to identify, AMD this time on the CPU skipped the Ryzen 4000 series, directly into the Ryzen 5000 series.

2, game performance improvement has made great progress, Rye Dragon 9 5900X processor compared with the previous generation of products, the increase of up to 26%. And this is Intel’s last “fortress” right now.

AMD Rye 5000 hits the last bastion: the world's fastest game CPU.

“Our commitment to every generation of Rye Dragon processors is to build the best PC processors in the world. The new AMD Rye 5000 series extends our leadership from IPC (instructions per clock cycle), energy efficiency to single-core, multi-core and gaming performance. “

“Today, we are proud to provide Rye Dragon processors with the leading multi-core, single-core performance, and true game leadership that customers expect,” said Saeed Moshkelani, AMD’s Senior Vice President and General Manager of Customer Business. “

AMD Rye 5000 hits the last bastion: the world's fastest game CPU.

AMD Rye 5000 hits the last bastion: the world's fastest game CPU.

According to official data, “The Zen 3 architecture is 19% higher than the previous generation of Zen 2 architecture products, pushing game and content creation performance to a new level.”

In addition, the Zen 3 architecture reduces latency from kernel and cache communication and doubles the direct access to L3 cache per kernel, while achieving 2.8 times the performance of competing products per watt (compared to i9-10900K).

Among them, the top-of-the-line AMD Rye 9 5950X delivers the highest single-threaded performance of any desktop gaming processor and the highest multi-core performance of any desktop processor in all desktop gaming processors and mainstream CPU slots.

The 12-core Ryzen 9 5900X is on average 7% faster than its competitors on 1080p, and 26% faster than its previous generation.

The Rye 5000 will debut on November 5 at a price of $9,5950X 799, Rye 9,5900X$549, Rye 7,5800X$449, Rye 5,5600X$299, and a $50 increase over its Rye 3000 model.

AMD Rye 5000 hits the last bastion: the world's fastest game CPU.