At $450, we’d recommend skipping the R7 5800X. You can either spend less on the 10700K or maybe the 5600X will be what you need. Alternatively, you could spend more to get the 5900X, or keep your eye open for a good deal on a 3rd-gen Ryzen part.
Overall, the Ryzen 7 5800X a good, balanced chip that does well in both productivity and gaming usage. But the pricing means that tough competition exists from both AMD and Intel making this a less obvious purchase than the two Ryzen 9 Zen 3 options.
AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X delivers a fantastic CPU for gamers, streamers, and professionals!
Are you exctied by things like 4K gaming and/or high refresh rates, streaming on Twitch, making fun YouTube videos, and excessive multi-tasking? Then the Ryzen 7 5800X is going to tick all the right boxes for you. It’s one of the strongest all-round CPU products I’ve ever seen!
An impressive CPU that is finally Intel's equal in gaming, but is undermined by its high price.
Your purchasing choices need to be based on the budget you are willing to spend and, of course the workloads that you have. I don't think the 5900X and 5950X will be extremely popular for the generic public (and don't get me wrong here as these are AWESOME processors), no I think the majority of people will opt for a 6- or 8-core part.
Thanks to its moderately approachable price and excellent improvement in performance over last generation, the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X is one of the best processors on the market today.
AMD has done it again! Their new Ryzen 5000 Series desktop processors bring yet another huge generation-over-generation improvement. Many years ago, the naysayers had talked about AMD just grabbing the low-hanging fruit and that these gains would soon be history—guess not. The new Ryzen 5000 processors have been rearchitected from the ground up with impressive results.
AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X performs better than last year's Zen 2 offerings. With improved IPC and higher clock speed attainability, the Ryzen 5000 lineup is poised to be accepted by gamers and content creators alike, even with its increased pricing.
The Ryzen 7 5800X delivers an outstanding gaming experience and switch hits as a content creation workhorse when needed. There is no compromise in what currently looks to be the best all-round offering under $700 AUD.
Overall, the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X offers tremendous performance for PhP 24,800. With top-notch single core and multi-core performance, AMD has truly stepped up their game and gave their fans and critics a great processor for both gaming and productivity.
With the help of new "Zen 3" architecture, AMD's Ryzen 7 5800X delivers relentless gaming and content-creation muscle that Intel's like-priced 10th Generation CPUs will struggle to match.
AMD’s Ryzen 5 5600X and Ryzen 7 5800X are both excellent processors which represent the progess AMD has made since the early days of Zen, back in 2017.
Another Ryzen 5000 processor review and another processor I can easily recommend to someone. The big thing with AMD’s Ryzen 5000 series is that they really worked to improve single-core and gaming performance. AMD always seemed to trail behind, especially in gaming performance. That is why many people who are mainly interested in gaming would go Intel in the past.