AMD Ryzen 9 7950X

AM5, 4.50 GHz, 16 -Core
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Product details

16-Core / 32-Threads / 4.5Hz / Socket AM5.

Key specifications

Processor family
Ryzen 9 7th Gen
Number of processor cores
16 -Core
Max. TDP
170 W
Number of threads
32
PCI express version (max.)
5
Item number
21918730

General information

Manufacturer
Category
Processors
Manufacturer no.
100-100000514WOF
Release date
8/30/2022
Sales rank in Category Processors

Processor

Processor family
Ryzen 9 7th Gen
Processor socket
AM5
AMD Core
Ryzen
Processor clock frequency
4.50 GHz
Max. turbo clock rate
5.70 GHz
Number of processor cores
16 -Core
Number of threads
32
Lithography
5 nm
Max. TDP
170 W
L1 Cache
1000 kB
L2 Cache
16000 kB
L3 Cache
64 MB
Multiplier unlocked
Yes
PCI express version (max.)
5
Processor design
64-bit

AMD Technologies

AMD Technologies
AMD Virtualization

Graphics processing unit

Onboard graphics
Yes
Graphics card model
AMD Radeon Graphics
Processor clock frequency
400 MHz
Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency
2200 MHz

Memory

Memory channels
Dual-Channel
Memory type
LPDDR5X SDRAM
Max. memory (RAM)
128 GB

Packaging

Packaging type
Retail

Sustainability

Sustainability
Sustainable products and raw materials
Label
SBTi

Scope of delivery

Scope of delivery
AMD processor in a box without cooler
Blower

Package dimensions

Length
13.80 cm
Width
13.40 cm
Height
9.30 cm
Weight
268 g

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Reviews & Ratings

Very good80/100
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GameStarSingle testReleaseNovember 2022
  • PositiveBest CPU for multithreaded applications
  • Positivetechnically a further leap forward
  • PositiveVery high efficiency
  • Negativenot good value for money in games
  • NegativeHigh power consumption

The Ryzen 9 7950X is innovation in action and reaps the rewards of its technical innovations in multithreaded applications. No other CPU can keep up here. Gamers, however, benefit little from the performance in reality - and find more sensible alternatives at AMD itself.