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AMD's eight-core, 16-thread chips lead the Ryzen charge

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AMD’s first Ryzen CPUs are finally here. This morning, the company is putting its highest-end chips up for pre-order…
AMD’s first Ryzen CPUs are finally here. This morning, the company is putting its highest-end chips up for pre-order. The Ryzen 7 1800X, the Ryzen 7 1700X, and the Ryzen 7 1700 will mark AMD’s return to the high-performance desktop CPU market, and the company’s final internal numbers ahead of launch suggest they’ll mark a return to competitiveness, as well.
We’re flying home with Ryzen review samples as of this writing. Independent review results are still under NDA, but these are the three CPUs that will mark AMD’s return to competitiveness in the marketplace:
One of the most oft-repeated numbers from the lead-up to Ryzen has been AMD’s goal of a «40% IPC increase» relative to its older processor generations. CEO Lisa Su claimes the company has not only met, but exceeded that goal with a 52% improvement.

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