AMD Ryzen 5 1400 & 1600 Review

Posted on 2017-04-11 15:22:10 by Thomas De Maesschalck

Ryzen 5 follows in the footsteps of Ryzen 7, offering a range of 4core/8thread and 6core/12thread parts that promises to give the mainstream consumers, content creators and gamers excellent performance and highly competitive prices. Today we are looking at the Ryzen 5 line up from the bottom up, the cheapest available CPU is the 1400, which is a 4c/8t CPU clocked at 3.2GHz with a turbo to 3.4GHz, as well as the Ryzen 1600 which is a similarly clocked 6c/12t CPU with a turbo to 3.6GHz. As the 1600 is a 6core part, that means there are two CCX components activated with two cores disabled, this means that the two cores that are enabled, has full access to the shared 8MB L3 cache, giving it a total of 16MB L3 Cache; the same as Ryzen 7.

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