AMD Ryzen 5 3500X Specs
|Name||Ryzen 5 5300X|
|CPU Series||AMD Ryzen 5 (Series 3000)|
|Architecture / Microarchitecture||Zen 2|
|Price Right Now||$258|
|Release date||October 8, 2019|
|Processor Technology||7 nm|
|Base CPU Clock / Frequency||3.8 GHz / 3800MHz|
|Turbo Boost Frequency||.4.1 GHz|
|L2 cache||3 MB|
|L3-Cache||32 MB ( shared)|
|Turbo (16 Cores)||4.1 GHz|
|Thermal Design Power (TDP)||65 Watt|
|Max number of CPUs in a configuration||1 (Uniprocessor)|
|Memory Size||128 GB|
|64-bit support||Yes Supported|
|Includes CPU Cooler||Yes|
AMD Ryzen 5 3500X is a 3rd generation powerful processor. It’s a desktop-based Gaming processor which is launched by AMD on October 8, 2019, in China at a price of $155. it’s the best budge powerful processor for gaming as well as for productivity. It’s a series of AMD 3000, which offer excellent performance in the latest game as compared to its price. AMD Ryzen 5 3500X is the best option for a budget gaming setup. This low-budget powerful gaming processor is produced by AMD company, which is known for producing the best gaming hardware in the world.
AMD Ryzen 5 3500X operates on the base frequency of 3.6 GHz, is produced by AMD for socket AM4. The budget gaming processor has 6-core and 6-Threads. In overall gaming performance, this processor is much better than Intel’s Core i5-9400F. This AMD Ryzen 5 3500X gaming processor is based on Zen 2 micro-architecture is a 7nm production Chip, also supports multi-threading technology.
This powerful processor offers excellent performance as compared to its price. By default, This gaming processor operates on the best speed of 3.6 GHz but can be boosted up to 4.1 GHz due to Turbo Core technology. It features 6 incredible cores which offer excellent performance in gaming. Here in this gaming processor, The base frequency is 100 MHz while the Maximum Memory Bandwidth is 47.68 GiB/s. The level cache size in this processor is 32 MB ( shared), 3 MB (per core) level 2, and 384 (per core) of level 1 Cache size.
In AMD Ryzen 5 3500X, the Thermal Design Power ( which is the amount of power CPU need for cooling) of AMD Ryzen 5 3500X is 65 W. By comparing it with AMD Ryzen 5 3600X This gaming processor is more power-efficient, as well as from the latest Intel 10 generation processors and consume very low power normal and produce low heat on normal usage. The unlock multiplier is easily adjustable on AMD Ryzen 5 3500X, overclocked easily, so that can be easily dialed in any overclocking frequency.
AMD Ryzen 5 3500X is a mid-rang gaming processor operating on the maximum temperature of 95C°. After exceeding this limit the CPU will start occurring some problems like random resets due to higher temperature. The processor has two memory slots that support upto 128 GB of DDR4-3200 memory.
Graphics And Cooler
AMD’s this gaming processor doesn’t come with integrated graphics. Unlike Ryzen 5 3500X the graphics card Doesn’t come with its other series like ryzen 7 3800X. You will need a dedicated graphics card, for better performance in gaming. However it’s not a big deal, there are many third-party graphics cards are available in the market that will work fine on this processor.
AMD’s this mid-range gaming processor comes with a cooler called Wraith Spire Cooler. This Wraith Spire Cooler also works well on AMD’S new B550 Chipset. the processor works fine on normal usage, but as it’s an unlocked processor, its temperature can be raised due to the high workload. So if the processor works fine on a heavy workload then it’s ok, otherwise if you need a top-notch cooling system.
AMD Ryzen 5 3500X is a 64-bit Hexa-core that has 8 Threads, x86 desktop microprocessor. It’s a budget gaming processor that supports multithreading and has a lot of useful features. Features such as NX bit, which protect your PC from a malicious attack that really a good feature. It also has other features include FMA3 and F16C that are used for adjusting the volume or adjusting the contrast on an image.
This processor also supports multithreading technology, (like Hyperthreading) which results in an increase in performance in which each physical core is split into more virtual Cores. Another feature it has is AVX that results in improving Linux RAID software performance and speeds up calculation in multimedia and financial apps.
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