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Ryzen 5000 Series Discussion

Discussion in 'AMD x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by Skramit, Nov 7, 2019.

  1. O-B-E-L-I-X

    O-B-E-L-I-X Member

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    Thanks, but it was the chook whom posted the links to the spreadsheets. ;) :thumbup:

     
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  2. MUTMAN

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    i grabbed the YT vids you posted too.

    i already had the big mobo sheet but it was a bit lost in the noise, added chooks VRM link and moved some stuff around.

    hopefully its easy enough to find info in. more work required...
    im guessing after 5/11 I'll need to add a heap more info :)
     
  3. the_antipop

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    Hey mate, I have that board - except the model with wifi. It's great. Just got a new BIOS that states: "Update AMD AGESA ComboV2 1.1.0.0 B for performance optimized on Ryzen 5000 series processors". So it's good to go. The previous one had the preliminary support for 5000, but this is the latest and greatest - so it'll suit your needs perfectly and slot a new Ryzen 5000 in without any dramas.

    The VRMs on this thing are insane. Bigger than my Crosshair VI Hero - couldn't even fit my air cooler, had to go out and buy a AIO. It's very smooth, ram reaches the same OC as it did on my Crosshair VI Hero (3200 getting to 3333).

    Note - that VRM list doesn't include any B550 boards (as far as I could tell?).
     
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  4. mesaoz

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    Can confirm, b450 pro carbon VRM doesn't like watercooling in my case because it means there is SFA airflow over the VRM heatsinks. Thinking about going back to a traditional case..
     
  5. RnR

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    What about a VRM water block?
     
  6. mrjayviper

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    wouldn't a rear fan helped with the airflow?
     
  7. mesaoz

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    No where to mount a rear fan on a core p3.

    Maybe I could get away with getting a testbench gooseneck and attaching it to the case to have a fan pointed at the VRMs
     
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  8. Sgt Bilko

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    Ryzen 5 5600X (6c/12t) at 469 AUD MSRP
    Ryzen 7 5800X (8c/16t) at 699 AUD MSRP
    Ryzen 9 5900X (12c/24t) at 859 AUD MSRP
    Ryzen 9 5950X (16c/32t) at 1249 AUD MSRP

    Just jumping ahead of the bandwagon :D
     
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  9. jjjc_93

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    I might wait for reviews but the 5600x is an interesting proposition at that price. I wonder if I would notice the loss of 2c/4t when all I do these days is game, probably not.
     
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  10. Sgt Bilko

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    Honestly I know what you mean mate, super excited to see what the little 6 core can do.
     
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  11. RnR

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    even the 5600x beats the 10900k, thats insane if true,
    looks like amd are pricing accordingly too, sad to see them charging more but glad they are finally in a position to demand it :)
     
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  13. chook

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    I have the same board as you and it is fantastic. For what is considered a mainstream board I am very happy with it. Runs my 3900X with no complaints or problems. Didn't know the new AGESA 1.1.0.0 was out yet. Only upgraded to the 1.0.8.0 a couple of weeks ago. Looks like I have work to do.
    You are correct as the VRM specific spreadsheet predates the release of the B550 chipset. The one I linked under Features has the B550 boards and also information about the VRM's on each one.
    They are by no means over priced for what you are getting but I am not super keen to drop AUD859 on a CPU when I have a GPU to buy first :lol:.
     
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  14. Aussiejuggalo

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    Seen that on Facebook just now... 5950X... Very tempting, providing we don't have massive price gouging going on. I'm guessing we will :rolleyes:.
     
  15. Sgt Bilko

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    Tis the season....

    Soooo I might've fat fingered the numpad on that a little, it's 1249 MSRP, not 1349 :lol:
     
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    add to cart 5800x and 5950x
    also add to card X570i STRIX ITX

    FS 3900X 3700X and B450i STRIX

    Expensive times ahead!
     
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  17. Aussiejuggalo

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    Hahaha wasn't just you. AMD stuffed up on the post as well.

    The 5950X with an MSI B550M Mortar, Just under $1500. Sooooooo tempting. Not sure if I could push the 16 core to it's limits, might end up getting the 12 core. Have to wait on DaVinci Resolve benchmarks before I decide, I'm guessing it'll be a similar difference as the 3900X vs 3950X 7 - 20% depending on the work load.
     
  18. Sgt Bilko

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    Yeah, that was me on both counts :upset:
     
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  19. RnR

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    Good to see prices are dropping already :p
     
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    Sauce?

    Slightly less than my expectations.. but then again room for a bit of early adopter gouging :)
     

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