AMD CPU

AMD currently offers a great CPU range that excell in multi-threaded workloads. They also make great choices for gaming and content creation.

  • Ryzen Threadripper: With up to 64 cores, including multi-threading, these CPUs are AMD's flagship for private customers. With 64 PCIe lanes in 4.0 standard, these CPUs support up to three fully connected graphics cards and three NVMe SSDs in a RAID array.
  • Ryzen 9: The Ryzen 9 series CPUs have up to 16 cores, can offer top performance in any gaming PC or smaller workstations and have an excellent price-performance ratio.
  • Ryzen 7: The eight-core CPUs of the Ryzen 7 series offer great performance for gaming PCs and streaming systems.
  • Ryzen 5: With six cores and 12 threads, the Ryzen 5 Processors are notably versatile. These processors are a good choice for mid-range gaming systems or home office PCs with a discrete GPU.
  • Ryzen 3: These quad-core CPUs form a good basis for budget-oriented PCs. Ryzen 3 CPUs are well suited for gaming, home office and multimedia applications.
  • Ryzen APUs: APUs (Accelerated Processing Unit) are processors with a particularly powerful graphics unit, but with fewer cores or without multi-threading. APUs are ideal for low-budget gaming systems and compact multimedia PCs.

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