We review, test and analyze the all-new Ryzen Threadripper 7000 series processors. The many-core beasts are paired with a TRX50 motherboard. We tested the Ryzen Threadripper 7980 with 64-cores based on Zen4 (that's 128-threads by the way. And then we also will place a focus on the Ryzen Threadripper 7970 with its 32-cores. We'll look at multithreaded performance, but we will not shy away from game performance either.
We review the Intel 14th Gen core processor, specifically the Raptor Lake-based Core i7 14700K, which has been officially released. Perhaps this is one of the more interesting processors to purchase in the new Raptor Lake refresh series, as aside from clock frequency tweaks, this CPU also receives four extra energy cores, and that'll matter in multi-threaded performance.
In our review of the Intel Core i5 14600K, part of Intel's 14th Gen Raptor Lake series, we focus on its performance and value proposition for potential upgraders. Notably, when paired with the current high-end graphics cards, this processor exhibits efficient performance benchmarks. The Core i5 14600K can be a viable option for users seeking a balance between gaming capabilities and cost-effectiveness.
The ASUS ROG Strix SCAR 17 (G733PYV) is equipped with the 16-core Ryzen 9 7945HX3D processor, which features a nice X3D cache. It also boasts 32GB of DDR5 memory and a mobile GeForce RTX 4090. Technical assessments will provide insights into its performance capabilities, this laptop is bound to express itself in some raw, brutal performance numbers.
In this review, we will delve into the latest offering from AMD - the Ryzen 7 7800 X3D processor. Our analysis will provide you with an in-depth understanding of this cutting-edge technology's features, capabilities, and sure, game performance. By the end of this review, you will have a clear picture of how the Ryzen 7 7800 X3D compares to its predecessors and competitors in the market.
AMD has released its flagship desktop processor, the Ryzen 9 7950X3D, featuring the 3D Vertical Cache technology, which improves gaming performance. The processor holds two 8-core complexes/clusters, one has 64MB X3D cache, the other one has faster cores. We'll disable the core complexes and indicate what 7800X3D is going to offer in the near future.
We check out AMD's new non-X Ryzen 7 7700 series 8-core processor, and it impressed us far more than the original X model. The newer version's performance is superior, and its thermal design power (TDP) rating is significantly more reasonable at 65W. This implies lower temperatures while still reaping the benefits of the Ryzen 7000 architecture.
AMD has released the non-X version of their Ryzen 7000 series processor. The new update isn't intended for extreme performance but is tagged with a far friendlier 65W TDP. And that means better heat levels whilst taking advantage of the Ryzen 7000 platform. In this review, we'll check out the Ryzen 5 7600 with its six cores.
We move onwards to AMD's Ryzen 5 5700X, it has just six cores and twelve threads available. The CPU will be analyzed, tested, and benchmarked. Given its excellent performance combined with a completely new architecture that supports PCIe Gen 5, DDR5, and a processor that easily exceeds 5.5 GHz, it might become AMD's sweet spot processor.