AMD’s Reasonably Priced Middle Class Processors Revealed in Benchmark Tests

AMD’s top-of-the-line processors have recently brought a new breath of technology to many industries. Of course, the prices of these top-class advanced processors are just as high as they are themselves. That’s why AMD is working on a slightly more affordable processor.

According to Hong Kong-based XFastest, the Ryzen 5 2500X chip in AMD’s entry-level chip showed its face in performance tests. The processor running at 3.6 GHz clock speed can be boosted to 4.0 GHz with boost mode. There is still not much information about this processor, which has four cores and eight trace units.

According to the test platform, the processor was tested with the X470 motherboard and 16GB (2×8) RAM. According to Wccftech and other technology sites, the average price of a processor will be around $ 150 to $ 160. According to information from the XFastest source, another analysis report of the quad-core and quad-watch processors between 3.5GHz and 4.0GHz clock speeds belongs to the Ryzen 3 2300X model. In the tests made, this processor was overclocked with liquid nitrogen as in Ryzen 5 2500X and went up to 5.5GHz speeds. After reaching these speeds, the processor received 895 Cinebench scores from multi-core tests and 233 from single-core tests.

The scores and performance data of the betting players are really impressive. However, it is not quite right to say anything in this regard and make a definite comment on the performances of the processors. For more satisfactory results, waiting for the introduction of the products and applying our own tests can give some more precise results.