AMD 7000 Series Details! - If you aren't excited, you should be!

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Brian M.
Brian M.

I found the boost cores exceeding 5ghz at such low wattage to be the most interesting thing. Glad AMD was able to maintain efficiency and not go back toward the bulldozer, space heater days.

Vor 3 Monate
DAVID HEBERT
DAVID HEBERT

@Yourick at

Vor 13 Tage
Bens Coffee Rants
Bens Coffee Rants

@Ed Swanson amd efficient? That definitely wasn't always the case

Vor Monat
Kyle Reeping
Kyle Reeping

This comment aged like milk.

Vor 2 Monate
Sillyman
Sillyman

Well, this didn't age well. Has similar, if not the same power draw as i9-12900K. They changed their equation on how they calculate TPD...

Vor 2 Monate
SSC
SSC

@Louis Burland sure they can...why not?

Vor 2 Monate
Gage
Gage

Man when I built my first rig 10 years ago, you couldn't pay me to use AMD. Now it's a no brainer... Amazing to see such a turn around

Vor 3 Monate
John Bernhardtsen
John Bernhardtsen

@Andy Newman didnt they just increase mhz with about 150-200 every generation?and the price also went up about 50 dollars for every cpu every time!had my first 5 2600 in 2018!wanted to build Intel i7 again since my i7 920 ran super slow!thats my first 5 series... 2600 with 16gb 2666mhz and a 1650 super for about 2 years!

Vor 2 Monate
prostreetcamaro
prostreetcamaro

@Joshua Barrett Had the opteron version in an asus A8N32 dlx with 4gb crucial ballistix and 2 raptors in raid0 ;o)

Vor 2 Monate
Roger Diotte
Roger Diotte

@Karim Akors lucky you on the early investment! I tried to get this stock back in the first days also but my bank was fumbling me around how to sign up to buy stock way back when.

Vor 2 Monate
Roger Diotte
Roger Diotte

@NB 122 same

Vor 2 Monate
C V
C V

There was a time when AMD was just so much better but I got tired of my cards always running way too hot.

Vor 2 Monate
PulsarTECH
PulsarTECH

That's great that AMD has once again confirmed their intention of keeping a new AM5 Socket across different CPU generations and architectures! Bravo!

Vor 3 Monate
nhf7170
nhf7170

@Mica Adreno is an anagram of Radeon.

Vor 2 Monate
Mica
Mica

@Test Wish AMD all the best with Ryzen 7000 and Radeon RX 7000, but I'll be stuck with used builds as it seems... am a partially autistic, crippled guy who'll stick with used PCs all the time... am using 4th Gen i5 with 16GB DDR3, and 1TB HDD, and GTX 750 Ti, it runs Automobilista 2 by Reiza Studios awesome...

Vor 3 Monate
Test
Test

@Mica It was a divison from AMD that was sold, but what you are saying doesn't have ANYTHING to do with the conversation of this thread

Vor 3 Monate
Mica
Mica

@Test Adreno is AMD's?

Vor 3 Monate
Test
Test

@Mica Wtf are you saying ?

Vor 3 Monate
RagePro
RagePro

I've been building PC's for the better part of my life. Die hard Intel. Until this last build, I went AMD I got a 5950X. I've never lost and Intel, I cannot complain about Intel. But I am excited to support growth no matter where it comes from, and I agree NVIDIA needs the competition Intel got.

Vor 3 Monate
Jordan Laine
Jordan Laine

That chip is wildly good. I'm a power user that builds a generation behind, tossed that in my x470 slapped a 200mm aio on the thing in an ITX case and I have an encoding powerhouse. Just need the 3080 to hit below actual msrp so I can ditch my 2060 Super...

Vor 2 Monate
Rob Fraser
Rob Fraser

3:50 The jump from 105W to 170W is not because of the 5.7 boost, it is because the 7900 and 7950 have two CCDs (Core Complex Die). The 7900 and the 7950 are pairings of the 7600 and 7700 respectively. The 7600 has 1x6 core die and the 7700 has 1x8 core die, the 7900 has 2x6 core dies and the 7950 has 2x8 core dies.

Vor 3 Monate
UnCrunch
UnCrunch

@Anjayl Yes, in a perfect world. No, from a cost of manufacturing in the real world perspective. AMD's recent wins are largely due to their strategy of making smaller modules and binning pieces that can be put together at a later step. Just keep an eye on benchmarks relevant to your busiest workloads or that matter most to you being as fast or efficient as possible. You can choose by overall performance, performance per watt, or performance per upfront cost of the CPU/platform. Capped to your budget if you can't afford the best.

Vor 2 Monate
Anjayl
Anjayl

@UnCrunch Thanks, so, single die is better if I understand correctly ?

Vor 2 Monate
UnCrunch
UnCrunch

@Anjayl Core to core latency. It matters in mt apps which threads, or partnering apps and libraries which, have to share data. If they all fit on the same CCX and the OS' CPU scheduler keeps them there the app won't be affected.

Vor 2 Monate
Anjayl
Anjayl

Can anyone elaborate a little on the actual difference in "performance" of having your cores on a single or on dual Dies ? Thanks

Vor 2 Monate
Right Wing Safety Squad
Right Wing Safety Squad

He's comparing the 7950X to the previous generation 5950X. The 5950X also had 2 core dies and had a 105W TDP. Jay is probably right that the increase in clock speed is the reason.

Vor 2 Monate
Jason Hyde
Jason Hyde

The thing I've liked about AMD the past few years is that while they're improving performance, in comparison to NVIDIA and Intel they're seeming to be putting more focus on still being more efficient. Seems like the other two are now just throwing efficiency out the window and going for raw power

Vor 3 Monate
Johnny Paton
Johnny Paton

Because of the lack of innovation. Intel and Nvidia are just using re-designing their old cores again and again without putting too much efforts. And in this there isn't too much you can do: go in the nm race to put more transistor and put more power. That's why Intel and Nvidia are quite stuck, because the innovation is on AMD side. They had to do a lot for console CPU/GPU, and now this is coming on PC

Vor 2 Monate
Jeff Robison
Jeff Robison

They’re there against Intel but have a ways to go when comparing against NVIDIA.

Vor 2 Monate
Kurtis Peterson
Kurtis Peterson

@r3mxd What the fuck are you talking about. 😂 The 12900K thermal throttles with almost every cooler on the market, and forget about the 12900KS. Intel CPUs are hilariously hot.

Vor 2 Monate
Martin
Martin

@Chris McDonald Hi Chris, wish I could but I have a Corsair One i200 which is an amazing prebuilt with water cooled CPU and GPU but a nightmare to upgrade. It was a gift from my business for working from home so I can hardly complain lol. I do think that Apple are leading the way along with AMD in getting amazing performance from lower powered CPU/GPU configs and frankly, unless I can one day run my computer rig from solar power panels somehow, then I will have to say goodbye to Intel and Nvidia. Although, I take your point about the 12th gen being a big improvement and if I had been given any say, I would have waited a few months and got 12th gen instead.

Vor 2 Monate
Chris McDonald
Chris McDonald

@Martin get rid of that 11900k and mobo and get a 12400, mine is amazing. I don’t think it ever breaks 60 watts. Pretty much just as fast as 5600x. Can’t imagine what that is like I ended up putting an i7 11700k to get it to sell quicker over an 11400 and just lol intel 11th gen was just bs. It was fine with a decent sized tower cooler but that was ridiculously hot compared to 10th gen even

Vor 2 Monate
Tiki832
Tiki832

The thing AMD have been doing right since Zen 1 is to focus on efficiency first, then scale it up later as the underlining technology matures. It's a lesson both Intel and Nvidia thought they had much longer to wait until they needed to start to learn it. Already we're seeing Nvidia GPUs in the same position Intel CPUs were a few years back.... they have the raw horsepower but they didn't really have the scalability behind it to take it much further without sweeping architectural changes, and so in order to keep appearances of staying ahead of AMDs offerings each generation they have to push their focus on raw horsepower harder and harder showing the cracks in terms of power consumption and iterative gains. And lets be honest here, DLSS has saved Nvidia for a while now. What was meant to be a alternative Anti-Aliasing technology that was pretty flaky in results was quickly re-directed and re-marketed by Nvidia as a resolution scaling technology to obscure just how tight the performance gap between AMD and Nvidia now is, even in Real Time Ray Tracing usage. Someone at Nvidia was clearly aware of what was happening and the position they would find themselves in across the next few generations due to the sheer time it would take to address the core architecture approach to their GPUs that they currently have adopted, and the decision to lean on software solutions as a crutch to try soften the blow was pretty smart. But without a radical change in approach, it is only slowing the pace. Not changing the outcome

Vor 3 Monate
SSC
SSC

@Tiki832 True but prduction has big influence though.

Vor 2 Monate
Tiki832
Tiki832

@SSC Not how hardware architecture capability works.

Vor 2 Monate
SSC
SSC

So your point is thanks to TSMC they are competitve again.

Vor 2 Monate
Koncept The King
Koncept The King

Top comment

Vor 2 Monate
Sherman Herritt
Sherman Herritt

It's great seeing AMD go from an overheating joke to an efficiency king. I was super surprised at the 5.7ghz clocks, but so glad to see them finally show up on cpus. I felt like 3/4ghz was never going to improve after 12 years between them. I'm really stoked at how well these cpus are looking compared to last gen ...and I really want to get my hands on the proper 3D chip that'll come out, since the last one was just a prototype.

Vor 3 Monate
SSC
SSC

Just a simple production switch from globalfoundries to TSMC did this....

Vor 2 Monate
Dee NYC
Dee NYC

The race is back on, I should be good for a few years on my 5900X so I'm excited to see the back and forth between AMD and Intel.

Vor 3 Monate
Nathanial Ross
Nathanial Ross

Same with my 5900x. No reason to be burning more money

Vor 2 Monate
Mik Moen
Mik Moen

I mean I would hope so, I'm still using a 1600AF.

Vor 2 Monate
smoking one
smoking one

I'm excited to see the overclock potential of these new chips considering they are boosting at such low wattages.

Vor 3 Monate
MrMeraby
MrMeraby

In all honesty, this makes me excited for the future intel chips (perhaps, the 1400 series or so). To see these two companies trying to on-up each other only helps the consumer no matter if you're AMD or Intel biased.

Vor 3 Monate
TheRaptor1967
TheRaptor1967

LOL, that does not look like a one-up. In the Game of One-upmanship, I think thats at least 2-3 UpManShip.😁

Vor 3 Monate
Daimon
Daimon

In a world where most people either see red, green or blue, it's not a bad thing to be colourblind 😜 That beeing said: i am performance and effeciency biased. I'd love to see Intel keep up. But i fear: when they keep this architecture thing with P- and E-cores, the 14000 series will not be any better than Raptor Lake, and that already has to pack heat...💩

Vor 3 Monate
CyberHarleySamuraiRealiti
CyberHarleySamuraiRealiti

Whether youre rocking AMD or not, and I am, You gotta appreciate what AMD does for PC Gaming in both CPU and GPU. Otherwise we would be at the mercy of Intel and NVidia and their nonsense. If you prefer Intel or Nvidia, fine, but dont dis AMD, show them the love they EARN

Vor 2 Monate
Paul
Paul

Intel user here (my workloads need the much more refined microarchitecture), fully agreed.

Vor 2 Monate
TheRaptor1967
TheRaptor1967

I've been in and out of IT industry since the 286. With Intel, AMD and Cyrix leapfrogging each other on price, performance, overclocking and Best Bang per Buck, the early days were interesting times. I have been somewhat removed from the industry for the last 15 years. I've kept up a steady interest to kinda keep my head in the technology space as it were, but now its getting exciting again. Thanks for the clear roundup of what's happened recently with AMD bounding ahead again after being the underdog for the last what... 20 years? I switched allegiance several times in the 386 / 486 days, even giving Cyrix a go. But Intel was still my goto for most of that time. Thanks for the brief but informative review of current and future AMD products and how the compare with the increasingly complacent and possibly lazy Intel. I'm looking to upgrade my current PC, more because its getting old now, not that its really wanting, but it is approaching 7 years old. AMD will definitely be getting a serious look. Thanks Jay

Vor 3 Monate
Cameron Thornton
Cameron Thornton

Absolutely so excited to see AMD bring the fight to Intel the way it's has! I am really looking forward to RDNA3, that's gonna be the real fight we need AMD to win against Nvidia. I've always had Intel systems up until 2018 and paired each system with a AMD/ATI Radeon GPU. Would absolutely, hands down LOVE to go full AMD in the very near future!

Vor 3 Monate
Falkreath Guard Gaming
Falkreath Guard Gaming

I went full AMD back in 2020 with my gaming rig after getting tired of having issues with Intel-based systems so much. My rig hosts a Ryzen 7 3700X with Radeon RX 5500 XT GPU. It might be using "old parts" but for all the gaming I do, it's an absolute beast. A nice perk is that it's a comfortable $1,500 space heater for the colder seasons! Full stats: Motherboard: ASRock Steel Legend B450M GPU: ASRock Challenger D Radeon RX 5500 XT CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws 3200 4 X 8GB Case: Fractal Design Focus G Mini black MicroATX mid tower

Vor 3 Monate
Bobby Sledge
Bobby Sledge

Let me begin by saying that I am a long time AMD fan. I hope Intel comes back with a counter punch soon, because a heated race benefits the entire community. That being said, it is nice to see what AMD has become under Dr. Su.

Vor 3 Monate
Dan dan
Dan dan

@JackFoz454 I stand by what I said. Imagine some company is making a CPU like i7 10700. Imagine your OS is working perfectly fine 10 years from now. Imagine the CPU is build to last those 10 years or more. Now do you think you will need a newer and faster one after only 2 years of using the perfectly good CPU you already have? The moment a motherboard gets old and gets broken in 2 years time, you say goodbye to your CPU because you may not be able to buy brand new motherboards for your CPU. If the OS will not change in terms of demanding more resources , you obviously will not need a faster CPU. If the software will be well designed to work with new functionality requiring almost the same amount of computer power, you will not need a faster CPU (new RAM and new motherboard). Programmers don't optimize their products almost at all. They only pile up routines on top of other routines which leads to new software being more and more computer power. Let me ask you something: What good does to you when the competition is good for the market? Is it better for you to pay 5 times the price of a computer (every 2 years for a 10 years period of time) instead of paying 3 times the price of a computer which can be perfectly good for 10 years?

Vor Monat
Ricky
Ricky

@Jerry Briggs what cpu do you currently have?

Vor Monat
Ricky
Ricky

@Jerry BriggsTo watch 4k video, the graphics card is usually used. I would suggest an Intel 750 graphics card to stream with. If you do not play any games at all. If you wish to play some games, a second graphics card is needed. The Intel 750 and 770 have av1 encoding and decoding. This is for future proofing. Nvidia 4000 series graphics cards do not have av1 encoding or decoding. This would make your cpu encode and decode. CPU are slow with that task. A 7800x3d should be good enough to stream 4000k with all codecs. However, there is no need for this expense. For what you need, you do not need the best cpu. It is also not out yet.

Vor Monat
Jerry Briggs
Jerry Briggs

@Ricky Will the 7800x3d be better for streaming sports. I'd like to watch at 4000. What would be a good rig for that. I'm 69 so although I know how to build my rig it's the components that I need to get right to watch a 4000. Thanks.

Vor Monat
JackFoz454
JackFoz454

@Dan dan So, are you saying that competition is not actually good for the market? If so, you must be way smarter than most people, and, umm... professional economists.

Vor Monat
ast*rsk
ast*rsk

This is all very exciting, but I really really want to see whats on the road map for the technology behind 3D Cache, because I have this sneaking feeling that it could be used for so much more than just extra cache. More specifically, to "fold" the current chip in a way that lets them double _everything_ without compromising on trace distance.

Vor 3 Monate
T51B1
T51B1

Nice to see AMD doing so well. Would absolutely love it if they can give nvidia a good thrashing as well

Vor 2 Monate
Misterrorschach
Misterrorschach

It’s crazy that since they went hardcore on core count from the start, they still don’t need to add cores to their lineup to be competitive. Though I wonder how they will price something like the 7600x vs the 12600k when the latter has 4 more cores. That being said, the hedt platform that inevitably comes after ryzen will just be insane. Can you imagine a 64 core monster where each core is faster than a 12900k? With the ability to run 512gb of ddr5? With crazy motherboards that have 6-8 gen 5 m.2 slots. We will be getting to the point where the only thing holding back insane balls to the wall computers that everyone lusts over on YouTube is the power supply. 2050 watts just isn’t enough. We need 3000w titanium modular psus now. How else are the big creators going to spend a few days building 4-7x nvlink 4090tis with a 7990x? Use to psus? I think not.

Vor 3 Monate
Disarray
Disarray

As an Intel fan, I love this. Intel has been sitting stagnant for far too long, and hopefully this thrashing will be what it takes to get them working again. THE EFFICIENCY ALONE is breathtakingly good! And that's BEFORE looking at the clock speeds. 👏🏻 GG AMD. That's all I have to say. Well done! 👏🏻

Vor 3 Monate
Bully Tech
Bully Tech

Saw intel head with modi sometime back in a photo, just check if they are forming a new party in association with modi. I see a green dressed lady and a guy sticking to each other and riding bike often here near bjp office, not sure if there is some political firm opened now and they are doing publicity for it. Anyway I don't care, its their business. Iam jobless, not interested in their matters

Vor 2 Monate
Blake Olinger
Blake Olinger

@Sigmaward Tennisballs I am looking forward to AM5 and DDR5 memory combos though.

Vor 2 Monate
Sigmaward Tennisballs
Sigmaward Tennisballs

@Blake Olinger Intel is like the backseat that waits to strike it's opponent at the perfect time.

Vor 2 Monate
Chris McDonald
Chris McDonald

@Amir HB love my 12400. But not really a budget option due to motherboard prices. Same thing with amd. Might be able to find a 10400/11400 and an h510 motherboard for around 200$ total

Vor 2 Monate
Chris McDonald
Chris McDonald

@About 67 Crabs just because intel can use that much it rarely does unless stress testing or benchmarking. The 12400 is the most underrated processor out in my opinion. Efficient and fast

Vor 2 Monate
Vampirerockstar
Vampirerockstar

I hope AMD can pull a Ryzen with their GPUS

Vor 3 Monate
Duc T.Q.
Duc T.Q.

@Nell Yuan As former owner of an RX 6900 XT and currently owning a 3090 Ti I can tell you that GPU benchmark is not accurate in it’s “rankings”. There is some games the 3090 Ti does better than the 6900 XT and some games 6900 Xt does better than the 3090 Ti. And just watch just any review in youtube where these gpus mentioned (3080 ti, 3090, 3090 ti, 6900xt,6950xt) are being compared. The AMD and Nvidia cards are ridiculously close in performance and only differ in features. In tbh in reallife you wouldn’t notice a difference in gaming unless u need to enable dlss or rayteacing. Since I have had both team green and team red last gen gpus I’d say I can tell AMD has improved a ton (drivers are much better than people give them credit for since most just repeated half truths from one or two gens ago as if they still apply today). Thats my two cents.

Vor 10 Tage
Sigmaward Tennisballs
Sigmaward Tennisballs

@Valk-Kilmer hell no, my 6600xt is shit stutters like crazy.

Vor 2 Monate
Vampirerockstar
Vampirerockstar

@PixelFX Im armchair computer guy I know what ray tracing is thats about it haha

Vor 3 Monate
PixelFX
PixelFX

hope? AMD gpus already matches nvidia in rasterization while being smaller and consuming less power. only weakness is RT but thats not a big deal. RT is still a gimmick in most games which doesnt use RTGI implementation.

Vor 3 Monate
Ned egt
Ned egt

@NeoAxle 🤣 Nope, Nvidia is even worse, all it has left is Mindshare. And I think RDNA3 is going to be AMDs' Zen3 moment.

Vor 3 Monate
Boyd W
Boyd W

Looking forward to that combination of power & efficiency hitting the laptop/SoC realm, especially when it's combined with RDNA3!

Vor 3 Monate
Captain Boreale
Captain Boreale

"AMD just Murdered Intel" That's a bold statement, Jay. No one can be sure until September 27, when impartial enthusiasts will do their own benchmarks.

Vor 3 Monate
Greg Scott
Greg Scott

This guy

Vor 3 Monate
Carla Cruz
Carla Cruz

let's see if it will recommended for Blender..

Vor 3 Monate
A P
A P

For me personally i used to love intel, then swapped to Threadripper 1950x for work, and i will say i am super excited about this. Since well... Its good for us the consumers / companies that use their products. Since it just pushes the limits. Im excited!

Vor 3 Monate
Snowyicecube
Snowyicecube

The rate that technology is improving and the amazing performance increase that comes with it is amazing to me. I'm a AMD fanboy, I love supporting the "underdogs." Makes me happy to see what they have in store!

Vor 2 Monate
Isaac Cruz
Isaac Cruz

These numbers are exciting, of course, and some of the user scores have been phenomenal. Not excited about it being LGA though, but I understand why it had to be done. Prices look good. Yeah, I'm always excited to build a new PC. But I still think I'd want to wait. Some of the better boards come out later in sockets cycle.

Vor 3 Monate
Carl Kahler
Carl Kahler

Love AMD been a fan for a long long time in my mind AMD has always been ahead of intel. Used to be a Cyrex fan untill it went away I always like the underdog. Going to wait for the 7800X3D. Thanks for the rundown.

Vor 3 Monate
Chuck Smith
Chuck Smith

I must say for the most part I have been partial to team Intel. This news of speed and lower power usage compared to current Intel is wonderful. I imagine 13th gen still might not be able to keep up with AMD this coming round. I would be more than happy to go with an AMD build on my next one. Let's see what the next 6 months bring ;)

Vor 3 Monate
Michael brown
Michael brown

@Vyrus Gaming be like say one man can run faster than the other while on drugs

Vor 2 Monate
Michael brown
Michael brown

@Vyrus Gaming well yeah also while heating your home..pair that with a 350w 3080 lol not worth the cost to run...i mean if you throw enough power into something....

Vor 2 Monate
Vyrus Gaming
Vyrus Gaming

the 13900K is beating the 7950X in leaked test. Granted, it's drawing 350W, but still out performing it.

Vor 2 Monate
Michael brown
Michael brown

unlike intel amd has mother board longevity

Vor 2 Monate
timewarrior66
timewarrior66

I think a curious video to see would be to see how Ryzen has improved since it's first generation. Like seeing a Ryzen 1600x compared to the Ryzen 7600x. Eitherway, I'm considering a new AM5 build for next year and upgrading from my 1600x

Vor 3 Monate
TropicalBeatDown
TropicalBeatDown

Can't wait to see what Intel's numbers are. I'm happy that AMD has good stuff though because competition is always good.

Vor 3 Monate
laertel23
laertel23

pretty impressive stuff, can't wait to see them benchmarks, but i think 3nm node by 2024 is fairly unlikely. love your content, keep it up jay!

Vor 3 Monate
Fredrik Wallinder
Fredrik Wallinder

That depends on what you'll use them for. They'll be costly so the difference must be large to upgrade. In addition, the bios for new processors will need upgrading a lot the first year to take care of all crashes people have. Older systems may be more reliable.

Vor 3 Monate
Joseph Regallis
Joseph Regallis

I'm impressed with what AMD is doing on the x86 and also what Apple is doing with their ARM chips!

Vor 3 Monate
Scyphe
Scyphe

The Ryzen 7950X is showing just how fast AMD caught up to Intel with a very well designed and thought out solution. A 16c/32t CPU that boosts up to 5.7 GHz with the very optimized power usage is amazing. The 7950X is obviously a flagship workstation CPU that doesn't make sense for gaming purposes(the 7700X seems to be the sweet spot to me) but the same technology is used in the other 7-series Ryzens. Amazing feat by AMD.

Vor 3 Monate
TheJackalPhantom
TheJackalPhantom

tbf its all Consumer CPU's I have the 5950X and a buddy has a 5900X and we have the same 64GB ram and RTX 3080 but in multi core games i still get 10-14 fps more than him. So it does work for gaming. And i bought the 16 core so i can upgrade in 10 years again. I used my i7 4790K since 2020 when i bought my 5950X everyone told me the i7 4790K was overkill for gaming. I could upgrade to a 16 core cpu in 7 years time. They had to upgrade their cheaper i5's around 2017 already because it did not have threading so it simply would micro stutter in their games. So yeah. Flagships are just as good for gaming as for workflow. If simply put i spend less money over the time from my i7 4790K to my 5950x than my buddies who bought a i5 4670 to a i7 8700k to a 5900x

Vor 2 Monate
neurokinetik64ES
neurokinetik64ES

I'll be really interested to see how well MSFS does on Zen 4, with these big single core improvements.

Vor 3 Monate
Danzy Dan
Danzy Dan

That's all I want to know. :)

Vor 3 Monate
STXR
STXR

Welp, finally a reason to go over to Ryzen, I was an early 1000 series adopter and it was a headache with driver issues and instability. I've stuck to Intel since, I'm on a 11900k and I'm gonna go to whatever the highest end 7000 series is, well within reason. This is awesome

Vor 3 Monate
Jeep Talk Show
Jeep Talk Show

I've been buying AMD processors for years. In fact I think the last Intel I bought was the 386dx lol AMD has always been better in price/performance in my mind. The Ryzen 9 3900X I bought most recently has been amazing!

Vor 2 Monate
Torelethain
Torelethain

I am looking forward, I have been on a wait and see mentality for a while, AMD is just one reason and so far I am impressed. The other was to see how well Valves Proton would perform and I was waiting for my Steam deck to use it as a testing platform before making the plunge to Linux, and again I have been impressed. With the way Microsoft has been with Windows as of late, especially Win 11, have been looking at changing OS, honestly I think we are at the point to see a massive shift in the PC gaming market, AMD has long been a good supporter to the Linux community GPU support wise, far better than Nvidia where Linux isn't even a 2nd or 3rd thought. If Microsoft\Nvidia\Intel is going to be dethroned as the bigwigs of PC gaming, I think all the pieces are coming together to make it happen.

Vor 2 Monate
DarkShadowsX5
DarkShadowsX5

i love this competition between AMD and Intel and i gotta say i hope Intel comes out with something to beat AMD just to push AMD and the technology further. No white flags. with that said my next build is going to have AMD. I budget for parts and not the build and its hard to pass up AMD right now.

Vor 3 Monate
Sav
Sav

Was glad to hop on the red team for my last PC build. Went with AMD 5000 series and I was not disappointed. Glad to see AMD is keeping the market competitive and hopefully forces intel to make their prices more reasonable as they lose market share.

Vor 2 Monate
Calibretto9
Calibretto9

My last few gaming CPUs have been Inel and I’ve been exceedingly pleased with their performance, but like so many am not happy with the efficiency-out-the-window track Intel & Nvidia are on. If AMD is providing competitive performance for gaming at a lower TDP, I’m all aboard.

Vor 3 Monate
Macronomicus
Macronomicus

Exciting! Im still enjoying my ryzen 5900x, but I think i'd like the 7900x-3d-stack when those come out. I've stayed with AMD the whole way thru, when you choose the right parts they last, I only retired my AMD FX-9370 system last year to build the 5900x system lol, last old system still runs perfectly too. Its nice seeing AMD on top again, they've always had great products, but often bigger marketing budgets would eat away at their margins, finally more realize how good AMD actually is, i hope they keep up the competition and continue to innovate, its a win/win all around.

Vor 3 Monate
Aaron Moody
Aaron Moody

I love seeing the top dog fights back where it's AMD vs Intel but I'm also very excited to see it happen with AMD's RDNA3 vs nVidia's ADA Lovelace gpu's Mmmm Interesting times indeedy

Vor 3 Monate
Matt275
Matt275

@Rob Fraser he was actually a communications major with a concentration in broadcasting. He was constantly editing videos using avid media composer. So yes he was actually fully utilizing the ram in his system. Some of the footage he shot was 4K and needed the high amount of ram. My rig at the same time only had 16gb of ram because I wasn’t doing any video editing. So I actually know how to budget around the end user’s needs.

Vor 3 Monate
Rob Fraser
Rob Fraser

@Matt275 I assume your friend does a lot of heavy video editing or else the fact you built him a PC with 32GB of RAM in 2017 just illustrates that you don't know how to build a PC and wasted your friend's money.

Vor 3 Monate
Matt275
Matt275

@Dan dan yes I know cards can be faulty from factory. I had to RMA my 1080ti Founders edition because after about 5 days of use I had very strange artifacts that would randomly appear on my screen. Sent it back to nvidia for RMA and the PCB was flawed from factory. They sent me a brand new one and that me up until the launch of the 3080 when I decided to upgrade. My friend sent his reference 5700XT back to amd for an RMA. They told him they couldn’t find anything physically wrong with the card. So they sent it back to him, still had issues.

Vor 3 Monate
Dan dan
Dan dan

@Matt275 Sometimes both Nvidia and AMD cards are faulty from factory. Not a fault that's obvious and the cards can work just fine in 90 percent of the rigs. Other times it's the driver that's causing issues for both AMD and Nvidia. Some PCBs are somehow flawed and I've seen XFX done wonderful job with some cards while they were screwing some other cards. I've seen Nvidia cards screwed (a model of Gigabyte's GTX 1060 if I remember correctly, was flawed despite the fact that GTX 1060 are great, Powercolor GTX 960 is also one screwed card not because it is a Nvidia, not because of the driver but because of the subvendor). My point is: You can't possibly know if it is the AMD or Nvidia at fault (chip or driver) because the subvendor often is screwing up the graphics card (ASUS and Gigabyte most often, in my experience). Some motherboards feel better with an Nvidia card while others are filled with "joy" paired with an AMD card. Really one can't say it is Nvidia's or AMD's fault because they both screwed things up equally every now and then.

Vor 3 Monate
UR 5TEP DAD
UR 5TEP DAD

@George Jones AMD said prior the expect nvidia to beat their cards for a few years but i guess the preview of their new cards show they'll put up a fight

Vor 3 Monate
ViniciusTsukune
ViniciusTsukune

So excited, looking forward to upgrade my AM4 to 5950x and preparing for this new gen for a main pc, not expecting their specs being totally accurate but damn that AM5 looks greatd

Vor 3 Monate
Alin Achim
Alin Achim

I am very excited. This will also push Intel/Nvidia to innovate again! Amazing

Vor 3 Monate
Aaron Irby
Aaron Irby

This video was released in perfect timing. Literally getting ready to replace a potato. I have two top options for buying (becuase building doesn't give the cost savings it used to). I'm literally looking at two PCs at almost the same price. The only difference is the processor. One's the AMD and the other is the Intel. I was literally getting ready to buy the Intel version after years of AMD letting the gaming community down after Intel released it's first dual core. (It's weird to me to see AMD returning to the top. AMD blew Intel out of the water in terms of gaming. It sucked for streaming videos for some reason but gaming... Nothing beat the first AMD dual core and all the processors before that smoked Intel. All I bought was AMD and then Intel released their dual core and the benchmarks showed it was superior to AMD' quad core. I was loyal to AMD and I even made the mistake of buying the phenom black 8 core. It sucked. The worst combo I had was when someone convinced me to switch the Radeon cards becuase the company had been purchased by AMD. My Dragon Age Inquisition looked awful and all the hair looked like it was made of plastic. I finally ditched AMD and just paid the higher cost for Intel and swore I'd never go back to AMD for ditching gamers in favor of server farms processors. Glad to see they're coming back.

Vor 2 Monate
Will Wunsche
Will Wunsche

I am most excited for the future SOC stuff too. Think of a new Switch or Steam Deck with a ton more power and efficiency

Vor 2 Monate
Erick
Erick

I've always had a preference toward intel, just found it more reliable, but they have become complacent with their products. The new AMD CPUs do look amazing so we will see if this wakes up intel

Vor 3 Monate
Stuart Burton
Stuart Burton

I adopted the wait and see approach when Ryzen and Threadripper 1st launched and with what AMD have shown with AM5 and the constant growth, This is from me a time where I could happily adopt AMD Ryzen and leave Intel behind for this cycle easily.

Vor 3 Monate
Obi-Wan Kenobi
Obi-Wan Kenobi

Great video Jay :) Nice stuff upcoming even so I'm still happy with my 590)X, as these new CPU's go the 7900X woulld be my choice, I just love the 12 core CPU's they offer better gaming tn the 16 core units and offer better workstation performance than the 8core X3D units they are basically the sweet spot in that sense. But having a good 12 core ZEN 3 CPU now I may wait until ZEN5 or ZEN6, as the upgrade will just be more worth it.

Vor 2 Monate
It's Akile
It's Akile

Idk about murdered Intel but surely these CPUs are great engineering and at the cutting edge, especially that 7950X. pump to see 3rd party coverage

Vor 3 Monate
Allan Malloy
Allan Malloy

So, I've been back on a PC building kick since about Zen 2 launch and every time AMD knocks it out of the park, I'm kicking myself for not waiting. The constant progress and push they've been laying down since Zen 1 has been staggering. Full disclosure; my first PC build was a AMD Athlon (Clawhammer, I think?) and it went for nearly 10 years of overclocking and bad case design before it croaked. I stayed with AMD as I couldn't afford Intel in the early 2010s. I'm not a AMD fan boy, as I have used and owed multiple Intel systems - But it seems like every time I come back to the PC building fold - AMD is there with exactly what I need at the exact right time. RDNA1 was pretty rough though.

Vor 3 Monate
Bloomer b
Bloomer b

@Rob Fraser k6-2 with Riva 128 here.

Vor 3 Monate
Nintenboy01
Nintenboy01

I'm on a 5800X, probably skipping this and waiting for Zen 5 or 6. There's also the AM5/DDR5 growing pains and expense.

Vor 3 Monate
Badger MacLeod
Badger MacLeod

@ShinyHappyREM: The haters called it the Thunderchicken but I was not deterred from going AMD. I always wondered if there was a copywrite infringement using Thunderbird because Ford had the T-Bird for decades. I guess not.

Vor 3 Monate
Badger MacLeod
Badger MacLeod

@Rob Fraser: You win the antique harware award by a fair margin. That's really going back to the years when motherboards looked like little forests with all the jumper pins, that was a nightmare.

Vor 3 Monate
Rob Fraser
Rob Fraser

@Badger MacLeod My 133Mhz K5 beats that, the first 586 processor released by AMD and my first PC back in 1996. Only ever owned one intel chip and that was one of those late 90's Celeron processors that came on it's own little card that had to be slotted into the motherboard like other cards.

Vor 3 Monate
RakasansLegacy
RakasansLegacy

I hope, from a consumer point of view, that team blue has an answer. I want to see good strong competition again to drive great tech with great prices.

Vor 3 Monate
Bits BFG
Bits BFG

Given the huge success of the r7 7800x 3D & that the AMD reps said the 3D will return I'm willing to bet that the 7800x will be a 3D design and/or zne4/zen5 build. with That will be an insane processor. I'd even dare say it'll be 5.5ghz/4.5ghz ~60 to 80MB or more depending on the real-estate and ~ 105w TDP given the specs from prev gen and leaks. Lets see if that guess ages as well as JTC teh tips???

Vor 3 Monate
Kegstand
Kegstand

I had been looking at switching back to AMD after years of running Intel with my first PC in about 7 years. For what I wanted I really couldn't do it cheaper at the time of purchase. That said I wish I knew these new chipsets were launching I might have waited. I was just scared about GPU prices they dropped so close to OG retail I just was scared if I waited I would miss my chance. I ended up going with the i5 12600k with the 3080 12gb model. Compared to my i5 6600k and 2060S It was like jumping from a YUGO to a LAMBO so I can't complain. I also moved up to 1440P from 1080P which is a huge jump for me personally.

Vor 3 Monate
FatalMachine
FatalMachine

Exciting stuff! Looking forward to pairing this with a new-gen ATI card.

Vor 3 Monate
RoC 77
RoC 77

Imagine 10 years from now, AMD will be the premiere/leading CPU maker and Intel leads the GPU market, and the remains of Nvidia gets bought by Atari.

Vor 2 Monate
maximumnoise78
maximumnoise78

Cant wait to see how they stack up once released!

Vor 3 Monate
Emperor Smoke
Emperor Smoke

This just makes me wish I could afford my build....ain't going to for the next 20 years though with how life is going. AMD keep up the good work! Thanks Jay for covering this like always!

Vor 3 Monate
EL Deen
EL Deen

try to save 200 bucks a month. Be there in no time

Vor 2 Monate
Issaic Ezell
Issaic Ezell

I really can’t wait to see some real testing with these new cpus against intel cause holy cow that’s an embarrassment for intel😂

Vor 3 Monate
Sideways23
Sideways23

I remember in electronics class I had a guy talking about how 1Ghz CPUs were going to be a stretch for the silicone. Obviously a long time ago but fun to see how things just keep advancing,

Vor 3 Monate
ALIEN_I_AM
ALIEN_I_AM

​@Nicholas Intel Celeron 300A - put a bit of tape on one little metal thing and unlock 50% FASTER MHZ :D unmatched until today how EASY and powerful this was. I myself was working in a computer store back in those days, something like little Microcenters here in Germany with around 30 Shops in the whole country. I spent a week and was sending apprentices into the storage rooms where the CPUs were, to go trough literally every Celeron 300A and check the Serial Numbers. . This tweak was only working because there were 2 Weeks, where intel was using the 450mhz "Core" of Pentium 2 for the Celerons because of shortages or something like that if i remember right. Anyway, after a week and going through a dozen of shops and sure another dozen apprentices, i found one, CELERON 300A made in Malaysia Week 51. . I was working in the Callcenter of that Company so i had connections to every department, so i called the Logistics, and a Truck Driver took the CPU with him in the front seat and drove it 300 Kilometers directly into my little greedy hands :D I installed the CPU directly with the Tweak and the Performance Gains were incredible back then for that money. . ahhh yes,...good old days :D

Vor 3 Monate
Arthur Mann
Arthur Mann

@Nicholas Oh yeah...I think I remember that "mod!" Those extra 200 MHz was a big deal for us gamers back then! Over clocking just seemed more fun and rewarding back then. Today it's just a "given" and not as much of a reward for the effort...at least I think so anyway.....🤔

Vor 3 Monate
Nicholas
Nicholas

@Hacker X back then that athlon series was really awesome as well, I had 800 MHz athlon where you could connect the dots on the CPU with a pencil and it became unlocked, therefore I was able to overclock my 800 to 1 GHz. fun times for sure

Vor 3 Monate
Joshua Everett
Joshua Everett

@Mat Bailie Dammit, now I'm going to spend way too much time looking for info on the physical effects of extremely high-frequency oscillation on pliable polysiloxane structures...

Vor 3 Monate
Stoic Turk 182
Stoic Turk 182

Sounds like he had very little understanding of how semiconductors work. Blanket statments like that in science makes no sense. If it does not violate the laws of physics then it is possible. Its not a question of if but when.

Vor 3 Monate
palladin9479
palladin9479

The 12900K is way Intel trying to stuff way to many cores and getting this super host beast. I found the 12600K to be the best of the group for everything that isn't video encoding. Enough cores to handle everything we need done with plenty of TDP headroom for clock rates when those are needed and at a very reasonable price.

Vor 3 Monate
Todd Turner
Todd Turner

It's good to see AMD on top again. I've been using AMD off and on since the original Athlon. The last time I remember AMD being in this position was nearly 20 years ago with AMD64. After years of missteps, seeing the evolution of Zen has made me excited again. I've always liked the longevity AMD gets out of their sockets and the upgrade-focused design. Intel's new socket every year really limited upgradability. Having said all that, the last time AMD did this, it woke the sleeping giant and Intel developed the Core 2 Duo and took back the top spot with a renewed focus on efficiency and performance power watt. I expect they'll strike back in similar fashion, but in the meantime, I hope AMD enjoys this position.

Vor 3 Monate
P Hyde
P Hyde

I Started out learning on OLD 400MHz $#!T long ago,to socket 7,Athlon,right up to RYZEN. LOVED then ALL !! Enjoyed building every one of them,except the 400 MHz.Didn't do that one. I hope AMD stays the leader in innovation across the board,been a long time coming. Just wish they would put more $#!T in the pants when it comes to Ray-Tracing. It just needs MORE cores it that department. The Radeon RX 6950 XT is a GREAT card,it just needs MORE RAY CORES !! DAMIT !!

Vor 2 Monate
wujekcientariposta
wujekcientariposta

My question is will they do something with the 3d cache, or is it being to difficult for now for mainstream cpus besides one offs

Vor 3 Monate
Lysander Aurelius
Lysander Aurelius

Can't wait! And for Intel's response! Great times for CPUs.

Vor 3 Monate
l3v1ckUK
l3v1ckUK

I've very excited to see how well the mobile parts do when they're released next year. That power efficiency should work wonders.

Vor 3 Monate
Matthew Jenkinson
Matthew Jenkinson

I am an M1 user in my job as a developer, though I'm not a huge fan of Apple it was the best option I have available fromy employer. Just picked a new one up for a new starter yesterday and got the comment from the IT guy who's a Windows simp. My answer to him was give an option with Ryzen and 32GB RAM and I'll be right back on the Windows bus faster than he can blink. The Windows Dev option is a lackluster Latitude with 16GB RAM. No thanks.

Vor 3 Monate
keokio7
keokio7

@kinseyjr21 what i meant by point out Apple's M1 chips is the manufacturer TSMC. Since they produce all the chips from NVIDIA to AMD and Apple, the efficiency should be consistent with all the processors they fabricate.. specifically with their 5nm. I never liked laptops, because the cpus suck. Since AMD's 7nm CPUs came out, the performance of laptop CPUs changed dramatically and it will only get better. Hopefully one day the line between a desktop and laptop will disappear and we can have one small computer to take anywhere. For most people its already here.. but for enthusiasts like me not yet

Vor 3 Monate
kinseyjr21
kinseyjr21

@keokio7 Apple's new CPUs are interesting but their proprietary nature ensures that they must likely won't be used for mainstream handheld gaming. They'll stay relegated to Apple's niche market of creative professionals. I definitely don't see them being used for PC gaming systems. I'm not convinced that ARM based CPUs are the future either. RISC-V is more likely to take that position imo.

Vor 3 Monate
keokio7
keokio7

you're already seeing it with Apple's M1 chips. It's only going to get better

Vor 3 Monate
Survivitol
Survivitol

I was amazed with the 4000/5000 series. Mobile processor was never AMD’s strong suit, yet here we are.

Vor 3 Monate
nik milosevic
nik milosevic

Its good to see sustained competition from AMD. I have swung between Intel then AMD then Intel and now AMD again over the last 25+years, its good to see AMD sustaining their competition currently, we are definitely seeing better CPU progress now compared to the time between Core2 and Core-i to 6th gen when AMD was struggling (though I do still have my AMD FX6300 running stable at 4.5GHz, built as a low cost secondary to my i7-3770K primary which I still have also). Computers are more fun when there is competition, now if we can just get those GPU prices to drop a little more....

Vor 2 Monate
Joshua Bohlen
Joshua Bohlen

I was on the Intel train for about 15 years now and I was always happy with it. What AMD now pulls out of the hat is amazing and I am considering to by an AMD setup next time. But with the graphics card I still would go for Nvidia

Vor 3 Monate
Unlisted
Unlisted

@yeetus59 It is simply not possible. Intel's foundries are years behind TSMC (supported by hundreds of articles on this topic). Raptor Lake with its Monolithic Die is going to run hot and unstable even on budget cpu's at a level we have never seen. This is what happens when you don't innovate or take risks. It will be 5-10 years on AMD dominance before the tables turn and maybe AMD rest on their laurels.

Vor 3 Monate
Kento10
Kento10

@American Legend yea with copetition now we will get more inovation since now there is a fire to have them innovate now.

Vor 3 Monate
yeetus59
yeetus59

Yeah im still not convinced. AMD is destroying intel in the budget GPU market. But they're so out of touch with budget CPU's. 7600x seems like a ripoff and I have a feeling an i5 13400 or 13600k is going to demolish the R5.

Vor 3 Monate
Trigger
Trigger

I’m getting ready to replace my 8700k and my 2080. I might actually use AMD this time. I want to run a sim racing set up in VR at 6k per eye and have everything cranked so I can’t wait to see what all the new stuff does

Vor 3 Monate
Juan Hernandez
Juan Hernandez

I wonder when we will start seeing a SOC come out to consumer that’s as strong as a Xbox series x or ps5 soc that would be sick the builds would be so crazy people would make

Vor 3 Monate
Brian Prince
Brian Prince

Not since I was younger pulling apart 386s and learning what it was to be a PC enthusiasts have I been sooooooo excited about the healthy state of the industry and level of engineering and leaps of performance each generation and the competition that's now driving it. And as always Jay you are apart of all of that. Keep that spark alive in others and look forward to the next video 🤓

Vor 3 Monate
Arthur Mann
Arthur Mann

@Skele-Ton Hammer Yup, I remember those games! I think I still have Maniac Mansion and a few of the Police Quest series games somewhere around! Good times they were! 👍👍

Vor 3 Monate
Shorttimer
Shorttimer

@Arthur Mann My first was a 1MHZ 6502 with 48k ram and 100k floppy in an Apple 2. Added a few extras and paid over $2000 US (over $7,700 today) in 1979, only hobby were the price has gone down.

Vor 3 Monate
Skele-Ton Hammer
Skele-Ton Hammer

@Arthur Mann My first PC was an IBM 5150 (pretty sure, not 100% on the model number). Ran DOS. I'm only 36, but my dad gave it to me as a gift. It was somewhat obsolete at the time I received it, but I had many lovely times playing Maniac Mansion, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, Police Quest, etc.

Vor 3 Monate
Mark Smith
Mark Smith

@Arthur Mann I know the feeling. My first PC build was as 386 DX40. Where has all the time gone. These new Ryzen cpu's look amazing.

Vor 3 Monate
Arthur Mann
Arthur Mann

My first build was a Sinclair ZX81! I am getting OLD! 😕

Vor 3 Monate
Harv
Harv

I've always liked AMD, I've gone for Intel for my last two PCs and haven't had all AMD machine for quite some time. Looks like that's going to change soon 😎😁😎

Vor 3 Monate
Masterown35
Masterown35

I'm really hoping RDNA3 does what they think it's going to. Because we just might see some huge improvements over the next couple of years

Vor 3 Monate
Kevin K
Kevin K

For me, I'll still continue to buy intel so long as it meets my needs simply because their consumer CPUs are all manufactured in US plants. I have heard that TSMC is working/planning on more plants in the US, so I'm hopefully that one day AMD will make at least some of their CPUs in the US.

Vor 2 Monate
Bak Zetary
Bak Zetary

I've been an Intel fanboy forever and never considered AMD! (I was also a vendor to Intel through the 90's at their production facilities so I had built-in loyalty for that too.) But that las couple generations from them had me a little disappointed compared to all the advancements in AMD; thus I've been in a waiting pattern on what I was going to replace my I7-9700K system with. Looks like this 7000 series is going to be on my buy list sometime next year! Intel needs to "bite-the-retooling-bullet" and get with the program of "Somewhat" keeping the Moore's-Law Gods happy, LOL! Competition is great isn't it!

Vor 3 Monate
Waytodawn
Waytodawn

Obviously we have to wait and see what intel comes out with but I'm really glad AMD has decided to not turn the future of CPU's into miniature volcanos that require an entire hydro dam to power.

Vor 3 Monate
FlyBoyBooms
FlyBoyBooms

@jkutnink87 Some people like to be lazy with maintenance, like me. and less risk of damaging components

Vor 3 Monate
Robert P
Robert P

@jkutnink87 the temperature in you room has nothing to do with your cooling solution.

Vor 3 Monate
Potting Soil
Potting Soil

@Alias Anybody I think one of the best reasons to get water cooling is if you really want quiet fans. Just better hope your GPU doesn't also have gnarly coil whine 🙉

Vor 3 Monate
Fingergun112
Fingergun112

@Johan Jacobs Well tell Mother Nature we need water for cooling those computers 😁.

Vor 3 Monate
AChaosG
AChaosG

@Fingergun112 I do have a big house A/c Unit and Fan running in my room.... I think she will run just fine.... Awaiting on EKWB's new single block Z690 Vram/Cpu combo to arrive with everything else Thursday... I have the CPU/RAM/PSU left to purchase over the next couples of weeks, but I should be ready to roll. :) Tired of this 2080Super Strix and i9 9900k.... :)

Vor 3 Monate
Diligenc3
Diligenc3

I'm not just excited for AMD's new CPUs, I'm excited for the technological advancement in general. We went from 4 to 16 core CPUs in just three years thanks to AMD. If Ryzen was a flop, we'd probably still be living in the quad-core era until now. It's Nvidia's turn to feel the heat now and I hope they are extra crispy when AMD's done with them. People say all corporation are bad but I want to see it to believe it. I don't believe AMD will ever stoop to Nvidia's level

Vor 2 Monate
Grif Denton
Grif Denton

The current MSRP and specs look great, but the important question as to whether they actually sell for that much remains. During the great chip shortage of 2021 Ryzen CPUs were selling for inflated prices due to the inability of AMD to meet demand, making intel the value-per-dollar champ at the time.

Vor 3 Monate
Alexander Lee
Alexander Lee

Zen 4 looks like 🔥🔥🔥 ☺️ I probably won't be upgrading anytime soon or at all this next generation, as I have a 5800x, a d I just game for the most part on my PC, but MAN this tech is awesome!! Cannot wait to see how these perform in the real world! Putting the guns to Intel again! I'm also stoked to see how raptor lake stacks up, although I'm disappointed that raptor lake is only adding more e-cores to the processor instead of expanding p-cores. I'll be interested to.see the architecture change though on the p-cores and how it performs. It's a good time to be a PC enthusiast!

Vor 3 Monate
Athos
Athos

Amazing. I remember at 2017 when dreamt about building a PC and saw the first gen ryzen I told my friends and everyone that AMD will murder Intel. No-one believed me. Now who's laughing. I'm planning to replace my current build, not because it has issues, just because of why not and want to get VR. I'm a flight sim enthusiast and it would be really awesome to fly in VR. My current 10700k/2070S rig has no problem generating 45-70 fps in fs20 at 1440p ultra, I just miss the lack of vr compatibility. Awesome what AMD did, I'm really curious about the RDNA 3. I'm not a fan of either, but with AMD being back and competitive we can't go wrong with either CPUs, and many variants from both brands frequently on discounts and sales so it's amazing and we gamers gained a lot with it. Hope the same outcome is going to happen on the GPU side.

Vor 2 Monate
Lucky Cat
Lucky Cat

Definitely exciting, and most certainly excited to get my hands on a AM5 setup. I have no reason to go so far for it as soon as it launches, maybe even waiting for the possibility of 8000 series before making that leap again. I have redone my built from a Intel quad core that showed its age, went AMD and saw so much love and performance out of it but I know it'll be matter of time but its too soon to call for an upgrade right now. However, the price point and performance I wasn't expecting to see at all, well affordable for sure but waiting for a tiny bit more down the road.

Vor 3 Monate
James M
James M

@sgru I have one in my laptop. I think I’ll do out on Black Friday

Vor 2 Monate
sgru
sgru

@James M it's all personal but in your place I would switch to a 5900 instantly.

Vor 2 Monate
James M
James M

Exactly. I have zero issue waiting. I am loving my 3900 now with no issue. I’m take my time on the upgrade.

Vor 3 Monate
Lucky Cat
Lucky Cat

@Daniel good question but much like Microsoft when it comes to Windows, there were probably series that isn't made public or meant for individual purchases for custom PCs or possibly desktops in mind. Better that I say the NEXT series of AM5 CPUs is when I'll make the leap forward from my 3800x I knew doing tiny little bits of upgrading won't be reasonable because of Efficiency and Performance Cores now being a thing for the next generation of CPUs. So w/e it ends up being, I'm waiting on what comes after the 7000 series.

Vor 3 Monate
Daniel
Daniel

curious to know if they'll call it the 8000 or 9000 series, and if the next one will be 9000 or 11000. I really don't understand why they didn't call this one the 7000 series after the previous one being 5000.

Vor 3 Monate
JT Reedy
JT Reedy

I built my current 5950x system in November of 2020 - and I'd waited six years to upgrade. I've already been prepping my wife that I feel a new build coming on this end of year... So yes Jay, I'm excited indeed for Zen 4.

Vor 3 Monate
Ville Niemi
Ville Niemi

Really hope this is as good as AMD claims. I have been wanting to upgrade from my current i7-4770 for years (was planning for 2-3 year upgrade cycle LOL) but until now every generation has just been such a disappointing "incremental" improvement that I have always ended up waiting for the next generation to be better. Obviously all those incremental improvements have added up to pretty big cumulative boost but I never could convince myself that waiting for the next gen wouldn't be better. There was always this sense of "work in progress" (Zen and Intel 12th gen) or "filling in until we think of something" (everything else). But I have a good feeling about this one, big improvements all around but still seems mature and ready. Only real obvious issue that is that platform cost might be bit high at least initially due to DDR and PCIe generation upgrades but I am actually fine with that. I am something like two or three upgrades behind and all.

Vor 3 Monate
RatedMark
RatedMark

@Eric Clay I went from the 9900k to the 5950x and have single core clocked a 4950mhz, and it will hut 5100mhz occasionally. Really happy

Vor 2 Monate
Eric Clay
Eric Clay

I TOSSED MY 4770K A LONG TIME AGO THE 5000 SERIES WAS BREATH TAKING FOR AMD

Vor 3 Monate
Joe N
Joe N

Great video! Although I thought he said "chicklets" and brought a smile to my face. I'm the furthest thing from a tech savvy gamer, but I'm very delighted that the fued between AMD and Intel has flared up to give the end user more choices. Myself being an end user that likes to be extremely task saturing the newer tech for gamers isn't something I'm ready to move forward with. System: Dual Xeon x5680s running on an Intel S5520SCR Packed with 48 gigs DDR 1333 ECC ram. Dual EVGA 1300 watt power supplies, 4-120 x 25mm fans, 2-92 x 38mm high volume fans all tucked into a modified Silverstone TJ07 case supporting up to 21 HDDs (Non SSD).

Vor 3 Monate
Jared Phillips
Jared Phillips

AMD has been stating for years that AMD does more work per clock (back in the gigahertz wars Pentium 4 days) I'm waiting for AMD to use more of the technology Sun Microsystems gave them. mainly three threads per core.

Vor 3 Monate
Spectral Canvas Images (SCI)
Spectral Canvas Images (SCI)

This video made me extremely excited for AMD's 7000 series! One of the things that always bothered me about Intel's newer processors was the high increase in power and heat, what good is insane performance if it costs you a fortune to power and cool?

Vor 3 Monate
AnotherIdiotWind
AnotherIdiotWind

(e.g., halo infinite big team battle getting 140-160)

Vor 2 Monate
AnotherIdiotWind
AnotherIdiotWind

@David Caulfield He said 1080Ti not a 1070... But I'm running a 4790K at 4.6 with 16gb @ 2000 , and a 6900XT ... get more than 144 at 1440p almost everything I play max settings except RT, and I turn off dynamic occlusion if possible (high cpu burden). Really not feeling compelled to upgrade what is a nearly decade old cpu and MB.

Vor 2 Monate
Toaster
Toaster

@Spleen Pedersen If you're looking to upgrade from a 5+ year old PC then yeah it's a no brainer. Why in the world would you upgrade from a 9900k NOW? Beyond dumb unless you wanna blow money

Vor 2 Monate
Măcre
Măcre

@Spleen Pedersen The power of a CPU especially in gaming can be seen at lower resolution, such as 1080p. There you will see more than 5 FPS difference. Probably more than 20-30 for sure.

Vor 2 Monate
Niles Nelson
Niles Nelson

A fortune? Oh c'mon bit of an exaggeration. I'll be going with whatever is the most powerful. Money is meant to be spent.

Vor 3 Monate
Andrew Frey
Andrew Frey

I've been waiting to upgrade my stream pc and seeing that 16-ish percent ipc uplift... and then I realized, I wouldn't be going from 5950x to 7950x, I still have a 3950x and the gains will be much larger.

Vor 3 Monate
JwG
JwG

AMD can begin to impress me when their top-tier GPUs start using GDDR6x.

Vor 2 Monate
Erik Vasauez
Erik Vasauez

Im so stoked hopefully i can get my hands on a 7900x. Im just hoping the mobo’s dont have the stupid usb disconnect issues I experienced with the x570 mobo’s

Vor 3 Monate
Tyler
Tyler

This is some impressive stuff on paper. Would be interesting to see AMD finally definitively beat Intel as a gaming CPU but I'll believe it when I see it. If THEY are saying 11 percent in F1 I doubt it will win across the board and probably will be like the 5000 series which was basically trading blows. (What would it take to get me excited? PUBG locked at over 200fps)

Vor 3 Monate
Elvin
Elvin

I built my first pc a few years ago. And I always had hope AMD was going to knock intel off the pedestal.

Vor 3 Monate
P Hyde
P Hyde

I have been waiting long for this day too !! I I Jumped into RYZEN 1rst day with ASUS C6H & AMD 1800x cpu W/32gIg Corsair Dominator & ASUS ROG RX480. All running like silk butter ! I run 3 monitors and only use 190 watt TOTAL on Desktop mode,the WHOLE SET !! Can't wait for a more efficient build from AMD ! And my monitors STINK !

Vor 2 Monate
J C.
J C.

Good to see another release with great performance.

Vor 3 Monate
WMC Bubbas
WMC Bubbas

I have been a AMD fan for years I was getting ready to build a intel machine until I saw what AMD was bringing. Even intel fans should be happy as AMD being back in the game will force intel to strive harder and maybe bring in better pricing for consumers.

Vor 2 Monate
Sirin Esth
Sirin Esth

Always used Intel as a base. And going to use Intel in the future as long as they make CPUs. As long as these CPUs allow to do perform my tasks, i have to interest in others.

Vor 2 Monate
Elc22
Elc22

As exciting as all of this is, I'm waiting 1-2 gens for them to work out all the kinks with DDR5 and other new platform issues. I think I'll be ok with my 5800X3D for a while.

Vor 3 Monate
pandemicNEETbux
pandemicNEETbux

@Johnpaul Sein I'd personally just not even bother with upgrading at that point unless you're doing something serious like work and video editing/rendering. Judging by you saying X3D I'm taking it you're a gamer, so as you know most games are more GPU than CPU dependent, and you shouldn't be CPU bound for quite some time. If I was at lower res I could still be using my Ivy Bridge no problem, and only had issues with 3350p being a non-hyperthreading quadcore 3.1-3.3ghz PoS by the end but even then it lasted quite awhile. I seriously don't think you're going to hit a bottleneck yet, probably not even if nVidia's drivers are more of a mess next gen with more overhead. oohhh nvm it doesn't have hyperthreading, eh, I mean you can I guess but it comes down to something real simple: does your system do what you want it to do? It's all about use case and cost. If you're finally having issues on 8c/8t and still fairly recentish, AM5 definitely. Don't build on EOL platforms, *especially* don't build on EOL platforms right when they're being superceded and still expensive when you already have a fairly capable system. If you wanted something like the 5800X3D and don't have an AM4 build right now, I'd just wait for the 7800X3D or something like that unless you're desperate and on an ancient 2500k or something like that and find a good deal.

Vor 3 Monate
sr43ezh
sr43ezh

@Johnpaul Sein in that case i would go for the 7600x or 7700x. because with that wattage tdp they seem to be an insane bang for the buck. the 5800x3d is (at least in my part of the world) more expensive than those. and with going to the new platform you won't have any concerns about future proofing.

Vor 3 Monate
Benjamin Jaeger
Benjamin Jaeger

This announcement was exciting, but the timelines involved made me finally pull the trigger on a 5800x3d with an eye on a refresh in 2-3 years.

Vor 3 Monate
ANG3LxDUST
ANG3LxDUST

@Jan Knoblich I game at 1440p tho and my cpu runs 80%+ :(

Vor 3 Monate
Jan Knoblich
Jan Knoblich

@ANG3LxDUST 4670k :D

Vor 3 Monate
Daniel Kang
Daniel Kang

What a great time to be alive! We’re going to see some incredible advancements in the next 10-20 years just due to the competition alone! I don’t have a dog in the fight because I just get whatever function meets the need, but it’s going to be exciting! Also, don’t knock on Intel just yet, they may let AMD take the crown temporarily, but we need to keep in mind that they’re building their own in-house fab center; so they may surprise us in the next 10 years. Exciting! Also, keep in mind that Samsung has been quietly stepping into the PC/mobile PC market, and with more and more ARM support for OSs, other chip makers will be coming up

Vor 3 Monate
Mike Logan
Mike Logan

This is precisely what I want to hear. I am running an i7-6800k, I have been considering a core system upgrade for 1.5-2 years now as I was starting to struggle to maintain the speeds / frames I wanted with my new work from home work load and newer games. However with the price of everything so high i decided to upgrade to a much better case with 12 noctua 120mm fans (lian li o11 air), a beefed up PSU and a nice AIO so that i could put a ~20% OC my i7-6800k and wait on the core system. The OC did its job well and got me to acceptable speeds / frames, but I am at the limit of my current rig. If these numbers on the AMD 7000 series CPU's hold true you can bet I will be switching sides to AMD.

Vor 3 Monate
Dragonzhunter
Dragonzhunter

don't do this mistake. AMD 7000 series is more expensive than Intel 12th gen. AMD 7000 motherboard is more expensive than the previous generation and than Intel platform. The new AMD 7000 works only with DDR5, so you need to buy the most expensive memory. AMD 7000 has the same performance as Intel 12th gen. Soon Intel's 13th will be released, and definetely will be way better than AMD 7000.

Vor 2 Monate
Deosilic
Deosilic

I’m an Intel guy but my next pc will be AMD through and through. Kinda excited to see it work. I want to support the company pushing boundaries

Vor 2 Monate
Pic Blick
Pic Blick

I'm really looking forward to the 7000 3dv cache ones. Please let it be a big one too, my compile times could use a bit more speed. Something like a 7950x3D would be a dream!

Vor 3 Monate
P Hyde
P Hyde

YES PLEASE !! More Speed ! Did some 1 say 6 Gig ? 😎

Vor 2 Monate
DuhDuh
DuhDuh

I've built a few computers, and always just go straight to Intel/Nvidia. Maybe my next computer should be all AMD. I'm also liking the behind the scene stuff of AMD, Taiwanese CEO and going with Taiwan's TSMC for semiconductors... as a Taiwanese, I feel compelled to support this.

Vor 2 Monate
Pure_Khaos
Pure_Khaos

I’ve been tuned out of the pc world for a couple years now. To see how AMD has been leaping and bounding their previous generations makes me feel like innovation is alive again. I’m so glad I took the dive and bought Ryzen first gen, upgraded to second gen. Now I’m actually looking quite forward to upgrading not because I need it but because I’m excited by what AMD has to offer. All I need now is a better offering from them that can compete with NVidia and I’ll be switching to only AMD

Vor 2 Monate

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