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With the Ryzen 5000 series, it’s fair to say that AMD had finally, and fully, eclipsed Intel’s performance dominance in desktop PCs. AMD’s Zen 3 architecture landed in the new Ryzen 5000 series, breaking the 5GHz barrier with a newer version of AMD’s most successful architecture to date and taking our list of best CPUs for gaming by storm. We’ve got plenty of gaming and application benchmarks, power measurements, and thermal testing here in this article to serve as a guide to the performance you can expect from AMD’s most dominant series of processors in more than a decade. We also have pricing guides and links to tips on where to find the chips at retail, and you can see how the Ryzen 5000 chips rank compared to Intel’s chips in our CPU Benchmark Hierarchy.

The desktop PC was first on AMD’s Zen 3 chopping block, but the new microarchitecture powers AMD’s full lineup of next-gen processors, including the Ryzen 5000 “Vermeer” desktop processors that have taken over our list of Best CPUs and the EPYC Milan data center processors. AMD has also now announced its new Ryzen 5000 Mobile series, which is coming to retail soon in a host of new laptops. This base design also powers the promising new Ryzen 5000G ‘Cezanne’ APUs that are coming to a desktop PC near you later this year. 

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