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AMD stock is on the rise for a number of reasons, but one of the big ones can be summed up in a single word - Ryzen. The company's most recent line of desktop and mobile CPUs that has seen it get back into the game in a big way. And with the 7nm Zen 2 architecture of the AMD Ryzen 7 3800X - we see the results first-hand. While playing actual games.

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AMD’s third generation of Ryzen processors have ushered in a new and important era for computing – with the AMD Ryzen 3000 series bringing the benefits of 7nm process microarchitecture to the mainstream. The improvements over the first and second-generation Ryzen feel like a true taste of the next generation, with improvements across the board. The latest Zen 2 architecture means higher single core clock speeds, better multithreading, with cache and bandwidth goodness to benefit productivity, content creation, and of course gaming.

The ‘next-generation’ label isn’t simply thrown out there, custom Zen 2 processors (AMD’s tech that drives the current Ryzen models, including the 3800X) will be found inside the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X later in the year.

Click Here to Read Our Full AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Review

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