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AMD's next generation of Ryzen CPUs are here, bringing the new 5n Zen 4 architecture alongside the arrival of the game-changing AM5 socket. Where DDR 5 and PCIe Gen 5 arrives alongside an impressive leap forward for the Ryzen range. Ahead of the launch we had the chance to test out both the AMD Ryzen 7900X and the AMD Ryzen 7600X.

Here's a snipped from our AMD Ryzen 7900X review.
performance in games is always something of a full-system deal, but at the heart of any PC build lies the CPU - and with that, the new AMD Ryzen 7000 series presents an impressive generational leap forward for the Ryzen line. Generational gains are one thing but pushing the performance and efficiency - alongside the usual gains you get from increased clock speeds and the move to a new node - really sells the shift to the new AM5 socket and chipset.

For gamers, 1080p gaming just about removes the need to even talk about CPU bottlenecks, on account of what the AMD Ryzen 7900X and even the AMD Ryzen 7600X can deliver. Compared to the top-of-the-line CPUs available today, single-thread and multi-thread game performance for the AMD Ryzen 7000 series is next-level.

Read Our Full AMD Ryzen 7600X Review Here



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