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Posted 8 March 2023

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Desktop Processor (8-core/16-thread, 96MB L3 cache, up to 4.5 GHz max boost) - £298.87 @ Amazon, Sold by EpicEasy Ltd

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  • 8 cores, 16 threads, 4.5 GHz boost clock, 105W TDP, Max Operating Temp 90°C
  • *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 & 400 chipset Series AM4 motherboards
  • In the box (AMD Ryzen CPU, Bezel sticker, Instructions/warranty sheet, BIOS insert)

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8 cores, 16 threads, 4.5 GHz boost clock, 105W TDP, Max Operating Temp 90°C AMD Ryzen processors that meet or exceed the requirements for either the Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, or Windows Mixed Reality premium head-mounted displays.

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  1. ace96's avatar
    SurfX's avatar
    Yep I went 3700x to 5800x to 5800x3d. Each swap made things smoother.

    I did get a 4090 and that does magnify the difference. I am not sure I would have done it with a 3080.
  2. PlezStahp's avatar
    Will have to get a new motherboard and RAM when I upgrade, either way. Is this worth it, or go for the newer AMD platform?
    ComingInHot's avatar
    If you're on DDR3 now, go straight for AM5.
  3. FrankTheFurter's avatar
    Is a Noctua U-12S enough cooling for one of these? It does a great job with my 5600x but I'm tempted and am unsure whether I'd need improved cooling too
    ollyprice87's avatar
    The U-12A would be perfect. The S will be ok.
  4. anuruddha's avatar
    This or AMD Ryzen 9 5900x
    SurfX's avatar
    If you already have an AM4 then:
    Gaming = 5800x3d (some CPU intensive games may favour the 5900x)
    Everything else 5900x
    Assuming you have a beefy GPU and/or play at 1080p with high refresh, if not a 5600 will be fine for gaming.

    If you don't have AM4 then your choice is more like:
    7800x3d when it is out and we see the benchmarks
    Intel 13600k or 13700k
    Or wait till later in year for 14th gen
  5. stevej1976's avatar
    This an upgrade from a 8700k guys
    Leolian's avatar
    I’m upgrading from a 9700k. End of life product as Ryzen has moved over to the am5 platform for new cpus, but it’ll give you a big boost to cpu bound games for quite some time yet. Downside is that you will have to upgrade motherboard as well as cpu and then again when you do you next upgrade down the line.
  6. TheRaider's avatar
    way too much for a 8 old core with 3d cache gimmick on dead AM4. 7600X is faster in gaming and so are intels 12th and 13th gen
    JonReese's avatar
    Don't you get bored repeating yourself every day?
  7. ando's avatar
    When it moves a pound is it really worth posting
    amb47uk's avatar
    Maybe it doesnt move a pound without someone posting.

    Schrodingers processor deal
  8. radical's avatar
    Better to buy from Amazon for 17p more

    49721568-CwGSX.jpg (edited)
    t1redmonkey's avatar
    But that 17p could buy a whole tin of spaghetti hoops from Asda!
  9. kingLAWZA's avatar
    £1 a day decrease I can live with for a month 😜
    Gkains's avatar
    Unfortunately: "past performance is no guarantee of future returns", but that would be great.

    Still long time not under the magic £300.
  10. Arkz's avatar
    Would this be a good upgrade from my K6-2 3DNow?
    ComingInHot's avatar
    49722206-3zXpL.jpg (edited)
  11. LastManStandingUK_'s avatar
    I just upgraded from a 3900x to this bad boy, I have a Tuff 6800oc and all I can say is wow, now my GPU is maxed out around 96-98% whereas before the 3900x struggled to keep my GPU running, I didn't play around with MSI Kombo Strike(I have an MSI board) or PBO2 tuner, and in gaming its never gone over 65c (using a dual fan type air cooler) 

    totally recommend, and I paid 330 for mine and still well happy with it.
  12. avidmuffin's avatar
    Finally gave in and ordered, cheers!
  13. Smoggy1970's avatar

    I'm waiting for £298.78
    ScoobyZ's avatar
    It's already there:

  14. Maples's avatar
    Yes yes, keep dropping pls.
  15. Grog_Morgster's avatar
    Not worth it, 17% better performance than the 5800x and 50% more expensive has come down a lot tho one of the best deals for this CPU I can't lie
    SurfX's avatar
    Think of it like £100 for a better experience with that new £1000+ GPU you got.
  16. mwarner's avatar
    The stock 5800X looks to be a good price at £202.99!
    Arkz's avatar
    It's the 3D version that bumps the price. Good gaming improvement. You can get a 5900X for around this point.
  17. LittlePiggy's avatar
    149 days till free
  18. alan.stevens's avatar
    Hit me with various standard cooler choices for this that keeps temps in tolerance under load. I'm sure there are ones that don't need to be a small metal building sticking out the motherboard...
    (also £298.00 via other sellers option) (edited)
    avidmuffin's avatar
    What case are you putting the 'standard' cooler in though?
  19. Ryan_Gascoigne's avatar
    Worth upgrading from a 3800x? Upgrading GPU soon to 4070ti/4080
    PopBot's avatar
    Hardware unboxed have a couple of good videos benchmarking this CPU with different GPU. You should be able to decide after watching those. Depends on several factors. Most importantly is it worth it to you.
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