AMD prepares Ryzen 5 5500, 5600 and Ryzen 7 5700X CPUs to combat Intel’s 12th Gen threat

AMD is preparing new processors to combat the threat posed by Intel’s 12th generation Alder Lake lineup.

The Ryzen 7 5700X and the Ryzen 5 5600 and 5500 should join the much-discussed Ryzen 7 5800X3D. These standards may be the latest AM4 measures to be removed before the AM5 medium comes later in 2022. According to wccftech, the new processors are expected to be released later this month. In 2021, AMD was clearly out of the entry-level market. And needed something to compete, hence the new models. It’s been over a year since the mid-range AMD Ryzen 5 5600X launched. During this time, AMD’s core market share remained open to attacks from Intel. Notably, since the launch of the 5600X. Intel has released two generations of processors.

The Ryzen 7 5700X is a 65W 8C/16T model

That will compete against the 12600 and 12600K. Its clock speeds are unknown. But given what we know about the 105W 5800X. We can expect clock speeds to be lower to match the 65W power budget. You can expect somewhere around a 3.6GHz base clock and a 4.5GHz boost. This should keep the price of the Intel 12600 processors down, thanks to its low TDP. It could be a good option for those looking for an affordable octa-core processor. Next up are two six-core processors, the Ryzen 5 5500 and 5600. Rumor has it that the 5500 is a 6C/6T processor. Indicating that it will be cheap and compete with entry-level 12th generation processors such as the 12100.

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The 5600 is arguably the most critical model as it has to compete for. With the excellent i5 12400 that won the Editors’ Choice award. This is reportedly a 6C/12T model and should eventually be very similar to the existing 5600X. If it wants to compete, it needs to be priced below 12400, though due to the durability of the AM4 platform, it could be a very affordable and worthwhile upgrade for users moving from older Ryzen processors.

Ryzen 7 5800X3D will join the new AMD processors. This is AMD’s first processor with a vertical cache. It has lower clock speeds than the 5800X to keep the TDP at 105W, and it remains to be seen if the extra supply can overcome the clock speed drop. AMD believes that the 5800X3D will provide up to 15% better gaming performance. These processors could be the swan song for the AMD AM4 platform. The all-new AM5 platform and Zen 4 processors should be released later in 2022. If AMD follows the pattern set by Zen 3, we’ll only see mid-range and high-end processors, which initially means the 5500 and 5600 could carry AMD’s entry-level hopes for the rest of 2022.

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