We have a new king: new AMD Ryzen 5000 processors take to the best of Intel

Today is a key day for the next few years in the world of processors. Several analyses declare the new AMD Ryzen 5000 as the new kings of the industry over Intel.

Intel, until now, a company used to always being at the top of all rankings, sees AMD take away its position. The new AMD Ryzen 5000 has outperformed Intel's most powerful processors both professionally and in gaming scenarios.

The vast majority of media and specialists who have had access to these new processors come to the same conclusion, AMD is the new king. LinusTechTips, one of the technology channels that has been able to analyze the AMD Ryzen 5000 summarizes with great humour in its video this drastic "transfer of powers".

In recent years AMD has been seen to be taking a wagon, the fight was tight but Intel was still superior in gaming. Following its presentation, the specialized media has had the opportunity to check the performance figures presumed by AMD. Since AnandTech corroborates the good work of the new MDS: "With 19% more IPC in Zen3 (about Zen 2), Intel has nothing like it, and now it's lost that crown in single-threaded tasks."

These are four new processors with up to 16 cores, 32 threads and up to 4.9 GHz in Boost mode, which are becoming the fastest gaming processors ever seen. This new generation presents an improvement of the CPI of almost 20% compared to the Ryzen 3000, that is, at the same speed, the Ryzen 5000 can execute almost 20% more instructions. They also have a performance per watt up to 40% higher. The TDP stays at 105W.

They owe it all to the new Zen 3architecture, which proposes a complete redesign of the CPU memory cache: the way CPU cores access their ultra-fast cache, to speed up all processes. Zen 3 allows each kernel to access more cache, allowing performance improvement.

In another 3D News analysis they conclude that"Intel is difficult at the moment," the Ryzen 5000 is a new show of power coming to stay, and that lays the foundation for the future of the desktop segment, and the balance they leave is promising." They emphasize that Intel Rocket Lake-S, about to be introduced and Tiger Lake are "unable to match AMD in manufacturing, IPC and technology processes, will continue to compete with AMD for some time."

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