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Posted 18 May 2023

AMD Ryzen 7 5700X CPU (8-core/16-thread, 36 MB cache, up to 4.6 GHz max boost) £165.97 at Amazon

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AMD Ryzen 7 5700X Desktop Processor (8-core/16-thread, 36 MB cache, up to 4.6 GHz max boost) 65W AM4 CPU.

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  • 8 cores, 16 threads, 4.6 GHz boost clock, 65W TDP, Max Operating Temp 90°C
  • Unlocked for Overclocking: Yes
  • *OS Support: Windows 11 - 64-Bit Edition, Windows 10 - 64-Bit Edition, RHEL x86 64-Bit, Ubuntu x86 64-Bit *Operating System (OS) support will vary by manufacturer.
  • Compatible with 500 and 400 chipset Series AM4 motherboards
  • In the box (AMD Ryzen CPU, Bezel sticker, Instructions/warranty sheet, BIOS insert)


AMD "Zen 3" Core Architecture - The fastest cores in the world for PC gamers. AMD Ryzen™ VR-Ready Premium - For the best possible VR experiences, AMD offers select Ryzen™ VR-Ready Premium processors.

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  1. chischis's avatar
    IMHO this is the best bang-for-buck CPU right now. 5800X might get more perf for a little more dosh but runs hotter. 5800X3D is much better for gaming (only) but is still £100+ more (but worth it if that's where you want the best perf before spending heaps more on AM5 / Intel). Heat.
    Bobbins2's avatar
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    Pretty much the best 65w CPU out there on an AM4 board if I'm right? (apart from the OEM only 5800 and 5900)
  2. rollercoaster63's avatar
    Upgraded from a 2700. Well worth it 🏻
  3. Kevin_S's avatar
    Slightly cheaper from amazon.de - 182 euros delivered or about £158. But good price for the UK and easier returns etc. 
  4. LiamD7's avatar
    Would this be a worthwhile upgrade over a R5 5600G (paired with 3060)? Pretty new to PC gaming in spite of being generally techy and have seen comments to suggest that the L3 cache of the 5600G is a bit on the low side. (But honestly not aware of the affect it may have on gaming)

    It's a Lenovo Legion T5. Pleased enough with performance so far and it's hooked up to a 120hz VRR display, so thankfully a smooth enough experience without hitting absurdly high frame rates.

    Appreciate any advice 🏻
  5. hotshot's avatar
    Currently running GIGABYTE GA-AX370 amd 4500 and rx 550 4gb
    32gb ram would this be over kill ?
    Bielby_osu's avatar
    Yeah, you're already getting pretty much maximum performance out of your rx 550 4gb from the 4500. You'd be better off selling the 550 and upgrading that instead.
  6. ezrideroftp's avatar
    Missed out on this price last time, ordered it just now along with some Kryonaut thermal paste. However I've got a Wraith Spire fan that came with my Ryzen 5 1500X which is rated for 95W, so I assume it should be sufficient for the 5700X but does anyone think differently? If so, any recommendations? I don't game often anymore (especially with my old RX 570 4GB) but mainly wanted to upgrade so I could install Win11 and maybe finish the Hitman trilogy.
    iceburglettuce's avatar
    I’d say try it and see how it goes for you. It may be a little noisy but it won’t do any harm.
    I’d actually look around and spend £20 on Amazon for a cheap cooler from Thermalright or Coolermaster.
    They will be quieter and save you quite a few degrees.
  7. InDaHouse's avatar
    Thinking about 5800 oem from Ali Express a few good deals there for around 144. 65w power reqt so good for my 400w PSU and the 1660 super I’ve got.

    I’m hoping 😃
    KamalinO's avatar
    Do you have experience buying cpus from AliExpress?
  8. zwarder's avatar
    in stock again
  9. stuart_75's avatar
    Now dropped to £164 😄
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