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Overall Review: About the perfect balance of performance and price. Just wish they would of released this cpu 18 months ago.
Pros: Smooth performance, low tdp
Cons: No cpu cooler
Overall Review: Coming from a 3600xt was a good decision I made as the 5700x out performs it with lower tdp and extra cores. My setup is: ASUS Tuf B550-PLUS MB, AMD Ryzen 5700x CPU, teamgroup Delta Tuf rgb gaming DDR4 64gb 3200 ram, 2tb WD SN850 for OS drive, 4tb WD SN750 for Game drive, and Nvidia 3060TI GPU. Fast and smooth is what I was aiming for and everything has been running great!
Pros: Powerful & Always meets client needs!
Overall Review: Always use and suggest. We use these for our higher-end PC gamer builds that we ship nationwide. Clients always enjoy the CPU speed for gaming and streaming!
Pros: El mejor procesador precio rendimiento para todo en éstos momentos.
Overall Review: Recomendable para todo uso.
Pros: Zen3 65W 8 Cores + SMT. Same Mainboard, Great upgrade.
Cons: No include CPU cooler.
Overall Review: Great upgrade.
Pros: I was using 2700X before the upgrade. TimeSpy benchmark shows 2000 points increase on CPU scores while the temperature is decreased by 15 degree C.
Gaming framerate: I played Death Stranding Director's Cut and Starcraft II.
The 1% minimal fps of DSDC was raised from 45fps to 85fps.
The 1% minimal fps of SC2 was raised from 55fps to 80fps.
Looks like this new CPU greatly enhanced my gaming experience because of it's processing speed and the PCIe 4 communication with my GPU.
The new CPU on my X570-I motherboard also allows me to add a second m.2 SSD, so I add one for dual boot with Pop! OS for some experiments with Linux gaming. It turns out the gaming experience was not bad on Linux any more. Only a minor gap in terms of fps exists now, but getting games work on Linux still needs some efforts more than doing that on Windows 10.
Cons: Not sure why AMD doesn't ship the Wraith cooler with the CPU. Wraith should be good for 65W TDP.
Overall Review: In my humble opinion, 5700X should be the strongest Ryzen under 65W people can buy for gaming desktops. I will recommend it to people.
Shipping was both good and fast. Item was 100% new. I didn't run into any issue during the installation.
Pros: Runs cool
No compatibility issues so far.
Cons: Not on OFFICIAL Windows 11 approved list yet . . . but it works fine.
Overall Review: Put this in a Asus TUF Gaming B550 motherboard. No BIOS issues or boot issues.
Pros: First build in 10 years the new stuff if great!
Overall Review: Would buy again