AMD's Ryzen 5000 series APU for desktops has been made official yesterday.
With all the promising results from reviews and benchmark everywhere, it’s no surprise that more and more enthusiasts is considering jumping ship to a AMD Ryzen CPUs.
According to our unnamed source, the X370, B350 and A320 chipset motherboards pre-orders have already sold out in the Korean market today, which is just a week after the official launch of AMD Ryzen 7 X1800, X1700 and 1700 CPUs. While we’re not disclosed with the exact number of orders received to date, it is known that the numbers of pre-orders received on February 22nd alone is already more than 1,000+ units.
According to the early benchmark result on WCCFTech, previous leaked 3DMark Fire Strike scores shows that the Ryzen 7 X1700 easily surpassed the Intel i7 6800K on both stock and overclocked, not to mention that its multi-threaded performance result that puts on a whopping 43% lead over the i7 6900K that cost almost thrice of the Ryzen 7 X1700.
This is definitely the moment every AMD fans longed and with the Ryzen 7 CPUs pulling out such outstanding performance, we can be sure that almost everyone now has eyes on the upcoming Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 3 CPUs that could potentially change the game for the mid-end and entry level system market.