11.7 C
London
Monday, September 27, 2021

AMD Ryzen vs FX

The AMD has a different range of processors. They are catered to your everyday need, daily task, office work, students, and entertainment. Although entertainment gaming is a genre on its own. Besides entertainment, gaming is part of a larger community. This community in connection with social media provides a form of commerce. Hence, people spend and create powerful PCs which is good enough for streaming and high-quality gaming. However, this requires assembling of the units that are compatible, powerful, and expensive. As far as entry-level gaming is concerned, there are processors AMD provides. They are budget-friendly but also with a catch. We can have a closer look at their processors.

 

Usage of AMD FX

Competition in the market is unavoidable but this processor has perks because of what it caters to. The AMZ FX is a good entry-level purchase for users. Even at the entry-level, a lot of users do require a decent gaming ability. This is an open multiplier hence users can overclock. Overclocking helps; however, you have to consider whether you will get a graphics card later on.  Now, an FX 8320 with 12 GB RAM, can stream games at 60 FPS and not on low settings. For example, an FX 6100 can settle for gaming with 1080p and the FPS at 30.

An older processor tends to fall behind. But the power is enough to operate a game and even your tasks. Exporting heavy data and videos might cause a little trouble. Constantly heating issue in the PC is unavoidable.

Let us see a few of their processors

The frequency for this processor is 4.0 GHz. The all-core Turbo is 5.00 GHz. There are 8 Cores. This processor can be overclocked which is useful. With a good GPU, you can expect better performance. However, it requires you to buy a cooler for the processor. Consider getting a good liquid cooler to keep up with the heating issue. After settling, you can expect to have decent video editing and also gaming in this processor.

The 9370 has an 8-processor count with 220 Watts and 5 O.C GHz. This can be considered a decent processor for gaming. The memory type is DDR3 SDRAM. For the usage of this processor on your desktop, you will require to get a liquid cooler. Consider a compatible motherboard for AMD when setting up the PC. The absence of a cooler is an added expense in building a desktop.

This processor has 8 Cores and Threads. For performance, the FX 8370E processor has a 3.3 GHz frequency and 4.3 GHz Boost. The ability to boost up is a plus point. This processor has the Vishera architecture variant. You can overclock it much easier if you unlock the multiplier. Now, this is a feature available in this processor.  This processor also takes up power and does require a decent amount of cooling for your usage. You will also require the purchase of a graphics card separately. If you are considering slightly heavier work, you can use programs with Advanced Vector Extensions. The Base Clock for this 200 MHz. The Cache details are, L1 at 384k, L2, and L3 at 8 MB. Features here include Turbo Core, XOP, MMX, AVX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE4.1, and 4.2. There is SSE4a, AMD64, AMD-V, AES, CLMUL, CVT16, HT3.1, FMA4, and EVP.

These 3 sets of examples provide enough evidence for the user to look over and decide. To simplify, a user would require a purchase of few more extra items to render it usable. To curb heating issues and graphics problems, you cannot avoid few purchases.

Usage of AMD Ryzen

Moving on to the AMD Ryzen processor, this processor often competes with the likes of Intel processors. Users tend to flock here and there for a good gaming processor. There is a reason the Ryzen 5000 set of processors stayed in the market for a long. To get a better idea, we selected few processors to analyse the details.

This processor has Zen 3 architecture. This processor will enable the user to multitask even with an intensive workload. This is compatible with AM4 motherboards. In terms of performance, you can expect a far better experience from their previous unit. It has a 3.4 GHz 24 Core, AM4. There are 16 Cores and 32 Threads, resulting in quicker performance. The Max Boost Clock is a 4.9 GHz speed and the Base Clock at 3.4 GHz. Another benefit of this processor is, you do not need to buy a cooler. The processor possesses 105 W Thermal Design Power for this purpose. There is an Overclocking feature. The AMD Ryzen 9 also supports PCIe Gen 4 and 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM, which is impressive. Get down to good gaming and PC work experience.

 

As we all know budget is a constraint to many. The requirement for this processor comes at a price. It will not necessarily be able to cater to students and also users who do not want to spend on an expensive processor. Users have to calculate few things and assemble a compatible motherboard. This will result in an overall higher price than just the processor itself. This is a downside and a task not possible to all users.

This is fairly less expensive than the 5950X. This unit has 8 Cores and 16 Threads, which is also relatively lesser. Now, what would make you buy this? If you are willing to spend half amount of the price for 5950X, then you can consider it. The price might be a priority and if it crosses the expenditure limit, you might have to opt-out. Many users also might opt out because of the comparison with the AMD Ryzen 5 5600X. The 5600X is expected to give a similar performance but on a more budget-friendly level comparatively. Of course, it will not be as inexpensive as what the FX series provides. However, considering some of the features, you can familiarise yourself with either 5800X or the 5 5600X.

The Base Clock is at 3.8 GHz speed and the Max Boost Clock can go to 4.7 GHz. This is not that different to 5600X speed, even if by little. Both processors will need a purchase of Graphic cards separately. This is also an added expense increasing the overall price. Both the models require a compatible motherboard which is based on a 500 series chipset. In case of the heating issue, the processor does contain it and allows tasks to be done. It is likely for the user to face this issue if dealing with heavier games and loaded tasks.

 

What to Consider?

A user can have doubts before purchasing a processor for someone else or self PC building process. A good speed and cooling ability will do you good in heavy tasks. Analyse your requirement for gaming. Hardcore gaming will require added expenditure on Graphic Card. The overall simplification is the price difference. The AMD Ryzen has powerful performance with prices not affordable to all. Some might as well stick to cheaper assembling with AMD FX processor options.

You may also like: AMD Ryzen 3 2200u Review

Jennifer Willyhttps://ohee.net
Hey, I am Jennifer Willy, working as a content writer for past 4 years for Ohee.net. I have experience in writing all types of technical contents including blogs, articles, press releases, classifieds etc.

Latest news

Related news

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here