Power up your computing experience with the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 3.8 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor, which features eight cores and 16 threads to help quickly load and multitask demanding applications. Designed for socket AM4 motherboards using the powerful Zen 3 architecture, the 7nm 5th generation Ryzen processor offers significantly improved performance compared to its predecessor. With a base clock speed of 3.8 GHz and a max boost clock speed of 4.7 GHz in addition to 32MB of L3 Cache, the Ryzen 7 5800X is built to deliver the power needed to smoothly handle tasks ranging from content creation to immersive gaming experiences. You can boost performance further by overclocking this unlocked processor. Other features include support for PCIe Gen 4 technology and 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM with compatible motherboards. This processor has a 105W TDP (Thermal Design Power) and does not include a cooling solution. Please note that it does not have an integrated GPU, so a dedicated graphics card is required.
- 8 Cores & 16 Threads
- 3.8 GHz Base Clock
- 4.7 GHz Max Boost Clock
- Socket AM4
AMD 5800X Overview
AMD 5800X Specs
|CPU Model||AMD Ryzen 7 5800X|
|Manufacturing Process||7 nm|
|Maximum Number of PCIe Lanes||24 (Revision 4.0)|
|Number of Cores||8|
|Number of Threads||16|
|Base Clock Speed||3.8 GHz|
|Maximum Boost Speed||4.7 GHz|
|L3 Cache||32 MB|
|Memory Support||DDR4 3200 MHz|
|Channel Architecture||Dual Channel|
|Thermal Design Power (TDP)||105 W|
|Included Thermal Solution||None|
|Maximum Temperature||194°F / 90°C|
|Thermal Monitoring Technologies||Yes|
|Performance Technologies||Precision Boost 2|
|Package Weight||0.3 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||5.5 x 5.2 x 2.9"|
AMD 5800X Reviews
Great product, fast shipping
Great product, very fast from what I was running prior. Great service and fast shipping
Very good CPU, would definitely recommend.
Great processor. Very fast and smooth. AMD is the best
Black sheep Ryzen 5000 family
Depending on your use case, the Ryzen 5800x may not be necessary. Games will run perfectly well on a 5600x. I bought my 5800x just for peace of mind as this is the last generation of the AM4 chip. Depending the price difference between a 5600x and 5800x, a 5800x may be justifiable if it's $50 between the two. Make sure you have a cooler as this doesn't have one. Would recommend for sure!
Upgraded Ryzen 2700 to 5800X
This was a planned upgrade from 2nd gen to 5th gen. BHPhoto was running an incentivized [cc application] promotion (they additional offered to pay sales taxes) plus an on sale price. I paid over $60 less than at Amz or Negg prices. Good deal. Thanks BHPhoto! (Plus my old 2700 is selling for $70 more used on eBay than I paid for it new two years ago: hard to go wrong.) The Ryzen 5800X is both a measurable and user noticeable speed bump over the older gen 2 2700. (It comes at a cost of 40W more power, but I have an 800W PS, so no issues there.) This is the final upgrade to my AM4-tech build of 2020, and should do me for a few more years.
First high end cpu
Plug and play, not much too it. No complications and does what I expect. Awesome!
My computer is fast now.
Very happy with this processor but I am not a gamer so no input there. But man is my desktop PC fast. But then I have a Samsung 1TB 980 PRO SSD that is smok'n fast so there is that.
Not the Top of the Line!
But it's less $$ and much newer than the 2700X I had prior. X3D and the 5900 were considerably more when I got this. The retail box DOESNT HAVE A COOLER? C'mon AMD, at least include a coupon for a decent all in one kit.
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