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.
- works amazingly like dang. this might be the smoothest computer ive ever had. - Packaging was completely intact unlike two other US-based parts I ordered. - good price for a good cpu
- Significant performance upgrade form Ryzen 5 3600 - uses less power than Ryzen 5 3600 - 74 watts at full load versus 85 watts - runs cooler than Ryzen 5 3600
Does like it is supposed to do. I upgraded from a 860 evo and it does help with the games.
works in dual channel no problems so far
Fast. really, really fast.
Easy install, installed on Windows 11, Great graphics
Loads entirety of windows 11 in 1 second. Going from a HDD to this has been the single greatest decision of my life and single handedly makes me love life.
Fits and looks great, runs quite, and it blows away the RX 5700 XT which it replaced.
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Price per TB Enterprise grade Sold by Newegg 14tb Sata
Excellent base speed with a fair bit of room to over clock
Perfect for PS5
First AMD processor I've owned in many years. Intel doesn't have anything better. I'm happy with the 5900x. I went from a 9900k to this and real world, I don't see much difference. I've been thru hell with x570 motherboards. I've had to RMA 4 of them. Make sure the board you buy has the BIOs flashback feature and that it works. Save yourself a bunch of head aches. I ended up with the ASUS x570 crosshair VIII Dark. Not a bad board but flash the BIOS before you install the cpu, memory or anything else.
The gaps around the tempered glass are wide enough to allow adequate airflow in/out of the case. The case is also very roomy, big enough to fit two 360mm rads (not thick ones) comfortably (I have one on top and one on the side).
Fast boots Compact
I had terrible overheating when I tried to upgrade to 10th gen and 11th gen. I waited for 12th gen non-K CPU's to get the best possible thermals. 12400F is currently the top of value/performance, mine runs stable at 30 C idle and around 45 C in CS:GO using Phanteks GlacierOne 240 AIO installed in Asus ROG Strix Z690-A Gaming WiFi D4 (which is an overkill for this CPU, but I was going for an all-white build). I reused my old Corsair DDR4 memory, no issues.
What can I say It cooled my CPU way down I was running at 3.7 without Turbo Boost now I'm running at 4.1 with turbo Boost AMD FX 8320E great paste will order more
Corsair is a Very Good Company and this product reflects this
aura rgb lights work with most ARGB systems. that have the [11.1] connections
It was effortless to set up and install drives to this card. Noticeable improvement in frames and graphics. Pleasing to look card.