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Brand AMD
CPU model Ryzen 7
CPU speed 4.7 GHz
CPU socket Socket AM4
Processor count 8

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 5800X, 8-Core/16 Threads, Max Freq 4.7GHz, 36MB Cache Socket AM4 105W, without cooler
  • Package Dimensions: 8.0 inches L X 6.0 inches H X 6.0 inches W
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Package Weight: 10.0 pounds

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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X, 8-Core/16 Threads, Max Freq 4.7GHz, 36MB Cache Socket AM4 105W, without cooler


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Reviewed in Australia on 17 March 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great shopping experience
By Jim_Feng on 17 March 2021
Im not lucky enough to get a gold sample 5800x, but huge increase in performance compare to my last r5 3600, and express was amazingly fast. Thx amazon
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biagioz
5.0 out of 5 stars UNA BOMBA A MANO
Reviewed in Italy on 29 November 2020
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Jason
5.0 out of 5 stars Ticks all the boxes, albeit at a slightly higher price than it could be.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 23 November 2020
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Giuliano P
1.0 out of 5 stars Lotteria del silicio!
Reviewed in Italy on 26 December 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars Lotteria del silicio!
Reviewed in Italy on 26 December 2020
Sono anni che uso Intel ma visto il clamore per gli ultimi AMD Ryzen 3000 e 5000 ho deciso di cambiare pc e passare ad AMD.
Le prime peripezie sono nate con un R7 3700x.
Gestione della temperatura a dir poco assurda. Sbalzi improvvisi da 30° a 50° con un solo richiamo del menù impostazioni del desktop, ok che il processore resta sempre in stato di veglia ma così è eccessivo. Per lo stesso motivo era un continuo andare su e giù di rpm della ventola del dissipatore. Era snervante il rumore della ventola che velocizzava e rallentava... primo reso.
Sono poi passato ad un R7 3800x. Identico problema ma l'ho ceduto ad un amico a cui serviva.
A questo punto taglio la testa al toro ed avendo trovato la disponibilità (AMAZON veramente molto bene su questo... unico store ad avere il prezzo UFFICIALE e non rigonfiato dagli sciacalli... pagato 474€) ho deciso di passare al Ryzen 7 5800x..... e qui nasce lotteria del silicio...
Il mio esemplare come quello di molti che l'hanno acquistato, e che ne parlano online, soffre di surriscaldamento... i due screen postati mostrano la temperatura a RIPOSO (56° una follia) e dopo 30 secondi (si TRENTA SECONDI) di stress test (90° la sua soglia limite dichiarata da AMD)
In gioco la situazione non migliora... parliamo di almeno 80° per un uso non intensivo del processore.

FOLLIA! Non solo non si trovano, ma quando si trovano devi pure vedere se ti arriva con un silicio di qualità.... addio AMD e ritorno ad usare Intel
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Xavi
5.0 out of 5 stars Un BIOS encore trop jeune.
Reviewed in France on 4 January 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Un BIOS encore trop jeune.
Reviewed in France on 4 January 2021
Arrivé sous le sapin le 25 Décembre, voici mon premier retour sur le Ryzen 5800X.
Vendu et livré par Amazon au prix presque raisonnable de 500€ ( prix conseillé par AMD : 445€ ).
Installé sur une Carte Mère Aorus Master et refroidi par un Noctua Nh-C14s ( X2 ventilateurs @ 2000rpm pwm ), graisse thermique : TG Kryonaute.
Le bios et le chipset sont beaucoup plus mature qu’à l’époque de la série 3000, néanmoins il faudra ajuster et fixer le VCore ( tension du processeur à 1.200v par défaut ) car la fonction auto qui ajuste automatiquement la tension, créer des problèmes de chauffe du fait de l’algorithme flottant qu’ AMD applique au processeur pour le faire booster.
Dès lors les températures redeviennent « normales » : Idle 35 degrés, en charge sur tous les cœurs 55 degrés
Le boost est meilleur qu’annoncé par AMD : 4,848Ghz ( @ 1,175v de VCore dans mon cas ) contre 4,7Ghz annoncé.
Les promesses d’AMD sont donc tenues malgré les petites imperfections d’un BIOS encore un peu jeune mais qui ne cessera de s’améliorer avec le temps.
Crdlt, Xavi.
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Nathan
5.0 out of 5 stars Powerful processor for gaming and productivity
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 January 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Powerful processor for gaming and productivity
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 3 January 2021
As someone who games as well as uses their computer for productivity this is a great processor.

It shares the same high TDP as the 5900x/5950X (the 5600X is lower) and features a single CCD meaning no latency issues as there isn't a second CCD to communicate with. All 8 cores on the CCD are active so it will run a little hotter than other models in the range as all the heat generation is within a single CCD, so make sure you're using a good cooler to get maximum performance.

If you enable Precision Boost Overdrive, you can get additional 'free' performance as long as your cooler is able to cool effectively. Without any effort in 'traditional' overclocking methods I find this easily boosts to 4.6Ghz under heavy, all-core multithreaded loads and over 5Ghz on low single-core loads.

I have been using a Noctua NH-D15S (single fan) cooler with Noctua NH-T1 thermal paste and it idles at 28-32C depending on room temperature, and running Cinebench R23 multi-threaded benchmark it reaches around 80-82C which is completely within expectations. A second fan added to the Noctua cooler would likely shave 1-2C off this. I'm going to be swapping to a NZXT Kraken X63 soon but I don't expect I'll get more than a few degrees lower than what the the Noctua cooler can achieve.

Overall I think this is a great processor if you don't NEED more than 8 cores (and few do), it's probably overkill if you're just gaming (have a look at the 5600X if all you do is game).

AMD have designed a really high performance, but clever processor that adapts to the use and tries to boost automatically to give you the best performance regardless of whether you're using just one core right up to full 8-core workloads.
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