AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D 8-core

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About this item The world’s fastest gaming desktop processor and first gaming processor with 3D stacking technology 8 Cores and 16 processing threads with AMD 3D V-Cache technology 4.5 GHz Max Boost, 100 MB cache, DDR4-3200 support For the advanced Socket AM4 platform, can support PCIe 4.0 on X570 and B550 motherboards Cooler not included, high-performance cooler recommended


AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D 8-core

Processor ‎4.5 GHz ryzen_7

Brand ‎AMD

Series ‎AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D

Model number ‎AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D

Weight ‎3.5 ounces

Dimensions ‎1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches

Color ‎Ceramic Gray

Number of Processors ‎8

Computer Memory Type ‎DIMM


About this item The world’s fastest gaming desktop processor and first gaming processor with 3D stacking technology 8 Cores and 16 processing threads with AMD 3D V-Cache technology 4.5 GHz Max Boost, 100 MB cache, DDR4-3200 support For the advanced Socket AM4 platform, can support PCIe 4.0 on X570 and B550 motherboards Cooler not included, high-performance cooler recommended.

AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D 8-core

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‎4.5 GHz ryzen_7




‎AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D

Item model number

‎AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D

Item Weight

‎3.5 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches


‎Ceramic Gray

Processor Brand


Number of Processors


Computer Memory Type






Date First Available

‎April 20, 2022

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60 reviews for AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D 8-core


    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Unleashing Power: AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D with 3D V-Cache™ Technology

    I recently upgraded my desktop with the AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D, and I am thoroughly impressed with its performance, ease of installation, and the seamless delivery experience via Amazon Prime.First and foremost, the installation process was a breeze. The AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D is designed for user-friendly installation, and it took me minimal effort to replace my previous processor. The package included clear instructions, and the processor seated perfectly in my motherboard, making the upgrade hassle-free.Now, let’s talk about performance. The 8-core, 16-thread configuration of the 5800X3D is a powerhouse. Whether you’re into gaming, content creation, or demanding multitasking, this processor handles it all with ease. What sets it apart is the AMD 3D V-Cache™ Technology, which significantly boosts the on-chip cache, enhancing performance and responsiveness. The difference is noticeable, especially in tasks that demand quick access to data.Gaming experiences are smoother, and applications load faster, thanks to the added cache capacity. The 5800X3D truly excels in providing a high-performance computing environment, making it an ideal choice for enthusiasts and professionals alike.I must commend the quick delivery service via Amazon Prime. The processor arrived promptly, well-packaged, and in perfect condition. Amazon Prime’s efficiency adds to the overall positive experience of upgrading to this AMD Ryzen processor.In conclusion, the AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X3D with 3D V-Cache™ Technology is a stellar performer that delivers on its promises. Easy installation, remarkable performance, and the convenience of Amazon Prime’s quick delivery make this processor a standout choice for anyone looking to elevate their desktop experience. Whether you’re a gamer or a content creator, the 5800X3D is a worthy investment that transforms your computing capabilities. Highly recommended!

    7 people found this helpful

  2. Joshua

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for modded Skyrim and Fallout

    This works awesome for modded Skyrim and fallout helps reduce the stuttering and higher fps on modded games

  3. Conor Landes

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great Upgrade for gaming

    I upgraded from a Ryzen 1700 to this and it amazed me with how much better it performs. I always thought that my long load screens and random frame drops were because of an overheating SSD or HDD but I couldn’t have been further off. I went from having a ~2 minute Fortnite load in screen where i would load in already parachuting into the map. To now loading in so fast that I was floating before the battle bus loaded in fully.The only bad thing I can say about it is that it runs HOT. I get about 50c-60c running Idle in my 71f room. When under full artificial load it’s about 85c with a 280mm AIO Liquid Cooler. So if you plan on doing a lot of long sessions, or intense work loads i would highly recommend getting an AIO of at least 280mm-360mm

  4. BrianH

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best 5000 series processor for gaming and managing temps

    This processor has remained one of the favorites for the 5000 series processors. Temps remain in stable and manageable positions even under 100% load. Also provides the best balance for gaming.

  5. Michael Slick

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best value CPU for GAMING of it’s generation and well into the future.

    I upgraded from a 5600 to a 5800x3d and later bought an aftermarket CPU cooler to run lower temps during summer and for higher gaming performance.This upgrade was massive for me for gaming as that is my main focus and hobby on my desktop. With the AMD 5000x series drivers for my bios already installed this was plug-and-play for me.Gaming performance hit my target 144hz on my 1440p monitor in most games with reduced settings as framerate is my go-to in fast-paced games like FPS. I do occasionally reduce framerate in single-player games or games that are isometric to reduce gpu/cpu load and get more consistent frame-times when upping graphic settings. I would recommend this in most cases for the majority of gamers but this is still my preference.Performance is SMOOTH and I do mean buttery smooth for me. The change in the 1% lows was immediately felt by me, but take this with a grain of salt especially if you are less experienced with high framerates/stutters and not a major PC enthusiast. Most people will game at 1080p on lower refresh rates, but please try to take this CPU to at least 1440p 90-120hz for optimal experience.COOLER – I kept my wraith cooler from my older 5600 to start while I researched what cooler I wanted to go with but I did game on this cooler for over a month. The wraith cooler was more than sufficient in most scenarios but due to the summer heat, and more demanding games my CPU temps were going above 80C and causing my room to get hotter and some CPU throttling requiring more tampering with settings and research into curve optimization. Much of my room heat comes from my PC due to it being closed, but it is an older house, a lightly insulated wooden home, with 5 windows, along with a mini-fridge and a bathroom that seems to absorb heat from somewhere. This temp was not ideal for me due to my room often being above 80F and during the heatwaves and AC work done up to 88 or higher in my room.COOLER Pt 2 – To reduce my room heat and reduce CPU thermal throttling I purchased an aftermarket CPU cooler with 6 heat pipes. This dramatically reduced my CPU thermal throttling reducing my average temps by 10-20F which also reduced temps on my GPU. The cooler I bought was around 40-50 bucks so if you are interested that is more than enough to cool this CPU for its lifetime.Curve Optimizer(WARNING!! this may void your warrant) – When using a curve optimizer with this CPU you will see a sizeable increase in performance and thermal temps. You can use a no-update manual optimizer like PBO2 Tuner or research into making it always optimized with bios settings. Idle temps get the most benefit from this and second is when performing at medium-high load in my experience. Idle temps were 5-10F reduced and medium-high load temps were in a similar range and sometimes far better due to increased CPU performance as well.This CPU is an incredible value for anyone that is enthusiastic about gaming performance. Be aware that there is a newer generation of x3D cpus but the current dollar-to-dollar value for 7000x3d cpus is not close enough to consider for anyone that does not want a maxed-out expensive system.On sale, the 5800x3d CPU is an absolute NO-BRAINER for gaming, but please be aware you need to buy a cooler, and you may need a bios update PRIOR to installing your CPU if you do not already have an AMD 5000 series CPU. If the 7000x3d series goes on sale and you are building an entirely new system, you should be aware of RAM costs and Motherboard costs as well as this can be a dramatic price differential for cheaper system builds if you are not careful.

    53 people found this helpful

  6. Eric

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best AM4 socket gaming cpu. Period

    I bought a 3950x in Jan 2020. It was a great upgrade over my 2700x. 2700x was the top 2000 series chip. 3950x was the top 3000 series chip. I upgraded to a 7800xt gpu from a 5700xt and decided that the 3950x, while it possessed a monstrous 16 cores and 32 threads, was holding me back in gaming. So I bought this cheaper 5800x3d to replace it. The 5800x3d (only) has 8 cores and 16 threads. This may seem light compared to the 3950x, but remember, the 3950x was a $800 halo cpu on its release date and a production monster. I already had a 240mm AIO liquid cooler. The newer Zen 3 architecture (over the 3000 series Zen 2 and 2000 series Zen+ architecture) and 3d cache is a great upgrade over the 16 core behemoth. The programs that I use cannot utilize all of the threads of the 3950x anyway. In video rendering, I’d never seen over 40% cpu usage with the 3950x. I have not done any video rendering with the 5800x3d, but I believe it will be comparable to the 3950x in my programs. I do know that my fps have increased. This chip cannot be overclocked. That may be a turn-off for some; but this chip is the fastest am4 socket cpu without needing to overclock. The am4 socket is dead. Am5 is the current gen socket. If you want to breathe a little more life into your older ddr4 system, this is a great upgrade. About the only other option that I’d consider is a 5950x.. but that chip does not feature the 3d cache. The physical parts swapping procedure is simple. My 4 year old assisted me in the process. I used Thermal Grizzly Hydronaut thermal paste. It has performed well for me in the past and this is no exception. I bought the 5800x3d cpu approximately a month ago and have zero regrets. With all of the graphics settings maxxed on Minecraft at 1080p resolution, I was pumping out approx. 770fps while looking at the sky. I know that minecraft is a very easy game to run, but I’ve seen very good framerates in every game I’ve played. With this cpu, I know that cpu bottlenecking is minimized regardless of what gpu I choose to run in the future. After I deem this cpu to be insufficient, it will be time for a whole new mobo and ram kit and cpu for my next build. But for now, this is a great way to add a few years of life to the computer that I originally built in 2017 with crossfire RX580 gpus.

    31 people found this helpful

  7. Dirk Jewitt

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    After using this for about a year……

    All the hype is real. Amazing CPU for gaming. Just don’t get one for high work loads. It’s not meant for that, but you probably could. Just sayin’. An amazing 4K experience. I have my 5800x3d paired with a 7900xtx with ddr4 3600 overclocked to 3800mhz. I’m still messing with a good PBO curve but so far, I’m getting 150 + on 4K. Mostly high settings mixed with ultra. The benefit of overclocking the memory seems to be in disk speeds. It doesn’t really improve anything all that much to the actual speed of the CPU. There are ways of maximizing your investment though. Get a good set of DDR4 3200-3600 ram. A fast NVME drive(or two), whatever speeds your current pc can handle. And last, do your homework on motherboards. Get at least a B-550 or an X-570 chipset. Having PCIE-4 will help. Then again, you might be able to get comparable speeds on a lower tier board. It’s just a good idea to do some homework in this department. It might save you a $100 or more in the long run. The bottom line is the performance. It’s only about 5% slower than a 7800x3D in 4K. The only con I can think of is the overclocking. It can be done, it’s just that you’ll be spending a lot of time finding a good PBO curve and proper bios settings to get there. Otherwise a fantastic CPU choice for gaming if you are still on last gen Ryzen.

    One person found this helpful

  8. Christopher C

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Maybe too powerful for my 6800xt GPU

    Purchased through Amazon warehouse as “Used acceptable condition” for $250. When the CPU arrived it had no box, just the inner plastic container and the CPU. The CPU appeared brand new and runs flawlessly. I highly recommend Amazons warehouse deals based on this first experience.Make sure you have at least a 6800xt or better GPU. This 5800x3d keeps my 6800xt’s utilization at 99% in CS2 and I get 300+ fps. I upgraded from a 3700x which was limiting me to 140-200 fps and only using only 50% utilization of my 6800 xt. Make sure you have a good air cooler or at least a 240mm AIO as this chip runs hot even with adequate cooling. Worth every penny.

    7 people found this helpful

  9. GameTorque

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    I upgraded from a 3800x to this 5800x3d. I have a 3070 rtx on an lg 2k monitor. I was skeptical that all these positive reviews were just fluf. I upgraded because of horrible stuttering and not being able to use ray Tracing. Thought it was my card but other people said it was my cpu. I am now blown away! I can use ray tracing and max out everything! Cyberpunk maxed with RT I don’t go below 40fps. Elden ring totally maxed out with RT maxed doesn’t go below 45. Doom eternal maxed with RT quality is nearly 150!!!! I only got 20 before just turning on ray tracing. RDR2 maxed out everything doesn’t go below 50! Not one stutter on anything I threw at it! It’s like playing all new games as pretty and smooth as they are! It doesn’t even come close to maxing out the cpu too! Idk why people say it’s a hot chip. It doesn’t even hit 70c when I put heavy load games. This probably can handle the next 50xx series cards in the future! I haven’t played pc in a long time because of all the stuttering and having to limit my gpu. Now it’s full bore and loving it!

  10. ks2012ks

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    AM4 socket that i just couldn’t resist

    This is the review of the amd 5800x3d cpu chip. am4.i was coming from an amd 5600x cpu but decided to upgrade to the 5800x3d and i am glad i did. noted that this cpu does run hot so make plans to get a proper cooling system and if u do it right u should have no problems with the temps.. and or thermals. basically just in love with my little am4 cpu .. i am a world of warcraft gamer and i needed something to keep me going during stressful dungeons and or heavy traffic in the mmorpg game .. so this was my last and final choice for my am4 socket. glad i made this choice.. don’t forget for noobs i did run into some issues having the cpu fall into the socket due to the fact that some old thermal paste was getting in the way of the pins .. i took care of it but try to be as clean as possible when swapping out an old cpu that was my only problem and it was a “me ” problem rather than a “them” problem . multitasking and gaming at the same time is something i do all the time with this cpu .. if u got the cash and locked into an am4 socket this might be a cpu for you! for a cooling system was what i paired the cpu with, the “Arctic liquid freezer II 240mm” it does not disappoint . but there are many AIO’S OUT there just get the one that feels right for you! best of luck!

  11. Joseph Awwad

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This cpu is AMD’s final gift to Am4 gamers that don’t want to upgrade mobo and ram.

    They weren’t lying about their 3d cache…. this cpu is a beast and you will never have any lag spikes when gaming.

    4 people found this helpful

  12. Austin F.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A little hard to setup (for me) but works good so far.

    A little hard to setup (for me) but works good so far.

  13. WendyWendy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    all goodOne person found this helpful

  14. A. Barth

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic gaming CPU

    this cpu is top of the line for gaming and it handles everything I throw at it easily. if you’re building a PC and it’s main use will be gaming you can’t do much better than this chip!

    3 people found this helpful

  15. Andrew Fitzpatrick

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for PCVR

    I love this processor with its 8 cores lol

  16. Mad-Kow

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best upgrade you can get for am4

    I will be honest I got a seriously good piece of silicon and mine overclocked really well

    One person found this helpful

  17. Chris

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Simply amazing for gaming

    All I can say is, if you are planning to stick to AM4 for a while, this CPU is simply amazing for gaming!I replaced a 2700X with this, Best choice I made. The performance is just incredible compared to others in the AM4 line. My room-mate has a 5800X and nearly the same exact specs as my PC and the difference in gaming is pretty noticeable between the two. It does lack slightly in productivity compared to the 5800X, but this is meant more for gaming, and that it does VERY well.If you are a serious gamer on the AM4 platform, you simply can’t go wrong! This is simply the best AM$ gaming CPU on the market.

    11 people found this helpful

  18. Joe Natarelli

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing quality for price

    all around 5 star!!!

  19. Matt K.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The Swansong for AM4 and AMD’s commitment to supporting users over pure profits

    AMD has done so well with thermal management that I made a MAJOR mistake by not removing the sticker from my Thermalright Peerless Assassin 120 SE, that it not only booted into windows, but successfully completed a benchmark and got 97.5% of the properly-cooled result!!! I did a multi-core bench of Cinebench R23 with the sticker still on the cooler and it got 13,800 (albeit at 90C full load while consuming 82W average)! After removing the sticker, it got 14275 points at 74C.UPDATE 22DEC2023:Undervolted by 15mV and the benchmark result raised to 14956 at 67C.

    2 people found this helpful

  20. Fast Auto RepairFast Auto Repair

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very fast CPU for gaming – Needs high-end cooler

    I bought this CPU for my gaming PC to upgrade my CPU because I’ve been on the AM4 platform since 2017 and I wanted a processor that could give me at least a few more years on my current system. It is paired with a Radeon 7900XTX and 32GB of Samsung B-Die DDR4 3600 16-16-16-36 memory.I use a 280mm AIO for cooling, with the pump speed on auto and a static speed of 900RPM on the two 140mm radiator fans. idle temps are around 40°c, typical gaming temps range from 55°-70°c and a CPU stress test resulted in a high of 82°c. I plan on re-pasting the pump block with some Kryonaut Extreme to see if temps come down a little.Performance wise this CPU is very fast, which is good because it’s the last upgrade option for AM4. On the desktop my apps are snappy and responsive, and even with a ton of background tasks and downloads going on nothing ever slows down. In all the games I’ve played I see 100% utilization on the graphics card, the 5800X3D is sitting cool at 10% utilization. In gaming it rivals both AMD 7000 series (non-3D) and Intel 11th and 12th gen CPUs.Because of the 3D cache design, this is a non-overclocking CPU but I’m perfectly fine with that as ou of the box performance is fantastic.If you have an AM4 motherboard that supports this CPU and you want one last upgrade, I would strongly recommend the 5800X3D.

    13 people found this helpful

  21. AK guy

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    The media could not be loaded.

    Absolutely perfect! Runs fantastic in a montec air max, coupled with a xfx7900xt gpu, wd black 1tb ssd, ripjaw 2×16, and a 230 aio this thing runs like a champ! All the frames I’ll need for many years to come!

  22. Logan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Beat AM4 CPU for gaming!

    This was massive upgrade in terms of performance over my ryzen 2700x. It works beautifully especially in games like Vrchat that benefit immensely from the 3d cache. I was unfortunate to get a lemon of a CPU that died after 1.5 months. After the lengthy and annoying RMA process, I have noticed no further issues with the replacement. Make sure to update your motherboards BIOS in case it’s not compatible with the CPU.

    One person found this helpful

  23. R. Hernandez

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best CPU upgrade I’ve made in a while

    Price was good, good upgrade to what I used to have. Gaming on it has been phenomenal. I figure it’ll be a few years before I move to the next gen.

  24. Kimberly

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Received a CPU With Bent Pins.

    DOA Bent Pins.

  25. Jeanie Corum

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The best

    I love it

  26. Aiden Roe

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Powerfully underrated Chip

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    This cpu can run games with ultra textures smoothly with my rtx 3070, I recently upgraded from a Ryzen 7 3700x and the difference is outstanding! I highly reccomend this product for AM4 Users!

  27. Jacob

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Yes it helps in Star Citizen

    I’m a content creator that makes Star Citizen videos. So I need my footage to be smooth. This CPU does great at fixing the stutters and 1% lows. But, unless your work will specifically benefit in the same way, I wouldn’t recommend upgrading. I went from a 3900x to this. In many use cases the 3900x was actually a bit snapper. But this is the best I can get on the AM4 platform.

    2 people found this helpful

  28. JimmyG

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great!

    I was leary about buying a used CPU. However, this CPU has lived up to my expectatons. I currently am running Ryzen 5 5600 with a stock NVIDIA 4070 and was struggling to keep up with Starfield. I had all of the settings dumbed down just to maintain a smooth FP. I upgraded my BIOS and dropped this CPU in its place and experienced 130 FPS. Never in my life have I felt buttery smoothness like that. Glory to the PC Masterrace!

    One person found this helpful

  29. Link

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best AM4 gaming CPU

    Star Citizen was stuttering with my 5600x, so I upgraded to the 5800x3D, which helped smooth frames out. You’ll want the 5800x3D if your favorite games (especially the simulation ones) are CPU-bound. I’ve also seen performance improvements with Satisfactory, Factorio, Minecraft, MS Flight Simulator, and Elite Dangerous.Many online tech circles recommend this one due to the 96MB L3 cache, which is the most offered in the entire AM4 lineup. There’s also a few more cores and threads than the 5600x, which is beneficial for multitasking. If you wanted to, this could potentially be run with a top-tier GPU like the RTX 4090, although right now I am content with my 6700XT.There’s no heatsink/fan assembly included with the 5800x3D. I bought the $50 AIO cooler on Amazon and that works well enough. I wouldn’t use the 5600x’s stock heatsink on the 5800x3D, due to the higher TDP. It would have resulted in the fan running louder more often, and that’s annoying.In terms of price-to-performance, this is probably the best sim-gaming CPU you can get on the AM4 slot. As an upgrade from the 5600x, the performance gains are noticeable in the right games.

    11 people found this helpful

  30. Alicia Lexta

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    I can no longer taste each individual frame

    I heard this was good for VR or other unity titles with the huge L3 but also knew a upgrade from a 3600XT would net solid jump in performanceI was wrong… it was a massive jump, I didn’t know how badly I was bottlenecking my 3080ti but seash, I have seen a drastic change in every game, beat saber scores increased across the board, I can actually see stuff smooth now, vrc like full 2x fps, and I went from being one weird person fortnite group with 3080ti but barely can run the game on medium, to running ultra full stable 144fpsSo yeah, mega hyped had upgraded, if anyone’s running a older lower skew wondering if a cpu upgrade will do much, wellPs. This chip is a real tuff pup to keep cool, I thought I could just ease away with a e32 heat sink, NOPE, this was throttling back, like Frick, I went strait upto a liquid freezer ii 360 , decked out fans, and just barely got it under controllBe serious about the cooling on this one for sure

    7 people found this helpful

  31. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for gaming in theory, runs EXTREMELY HOT and then throttles

    ***update***Exchanged cpu and the new unit works perfectly. I undervolted it so it now runs at 35c at idle and 65c at full load and provides max clocks. Exceptional performance, even stock out of the box. 4 stars because the first chip was faulty. CP runs at 100fps 4k and 160fps 2k. My monitors max is 160htz.- make sure you have a good cooler, preferably an Aio. This chip runs hot.3-starsThe GOOD- CPU supposed to run a 4.45 boost clock.- Great in game performance- Can squeeze another 20% performance out of the chip with undervaluingThe BAD- Runs unmanageably hot- Chip runs at 70c idle and 90c at load – When at 90c cpu starts to throttle the clock to manage the heat which reduces performance – The CPU throttles down to as low as 2.9ghz when it reaches 90c- Tried to undervolt with only marginal success- Re-seeded the AIO to make sure there is a good contact with thermal paste- Set the power plan in Windows 11 to balanced- My multi-thread cinebench score was 612 where other chips were able to get 835- Spent two days forking the power limits, power curves and unvervolting but nothing helpedIt’s possible that this is a bad chip and I will replace to continue tryingOverall:- Supposed to be a great chip judging by all the reviews- Will replace with Newegg and updateMy rig- x570 master gigabyte- Arctic II 240 Aio- 7900xtx sapphire- 5800x 3D- gskill 64gb 4000

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  32. Carmen Wallrich

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    This cpu is amazing I tried it on all of my games i have a rtx 3060 and 32 gb of ram i played rust on max everything i got a steady 90 to 100 fps with some tweaking i got 120 to 130 fps, i also played battlefield 5at ultra everything it ran like butter 165 fps no issues,EMULATIONthis. cpu is a emultion goat I played infamous 2 on rpcs3 at a steady 60 fps with some heavy tinkering the game did not look too goodi played skate 3 up scaled up the wazzooo and i got a steady 60 fps with a 13 ms frame time INSANETHIS CPU IS THE BEST MID END CPU YOU CAN GET

  33. Amazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Stupidly fast on AM4

    This is the third CPU in my AM4-based system. Not because any of them failed. Because AMD did a fantastic job (not a perfect one, but a good job nonetheless) of creating a platform with almost unheard of longevity.In games that are able to use the cache, it was a healthy uplift over my previous Ryzen 9 3900X. In rendering and productivity tasks where the extra cache isn’t as useful, the increased IPC of 8x Zen3 cores at 4.2-4.5GHz mostly made up for having 4 fewer cores than my previous 12-core Zen2 chip at similar clocks.No, it won’t match a Zen4-based 7800X3D; but it pretty much matches a 7700X, or even the 7900X in any gaming loads. If AMD releases a back-ported AM4-based Zen4 or Zen5 chip…. I really never will get off this platform!

    One person found this helpful

  34. Tisokan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A lot of power for the price

    I upgraded from a 3600, and when paired with my 3070, this CPU has been a beast. It most likely will be one of the best you are going to get from am4. I was hesitant to get this CPU for a while since I use a smaller case, due to people talking about the heat, however with the right cooler even when pushing it to its limit I never see too high of temps. I mainly use my PC for VR, and this alone has pushed for not only better frames, but more stable as well.

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  35. 1967KID1967KID

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    5800x3d and noctua NH-U12A 2 fan’s.

    It runs all my games nice , nice combo 5800x3d and noctua NH-U12A. I have 3 5600x and thay play all my games my wife and 2 girls everyone have their own computer’s and happy, I have a 3600x going to put my 5600x and put the 5800x3d on my gaming computer.

  36. IMAD!man

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    AMD indeed

    I was looking to upgrade from my 2700 to improve my BF 2042 frame rates. Well it certainly did that, and also every other game I’ve played. It did take some time to get the bios dialed back in but since I’m using a B350 TOMAHAWK I expected that. And now it runs excellent.

  37. Kris M.

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    My box was sliced open with a Razor Blade…

    I haven’t installed the CPU into my PC yet because I need a new Motherboard. Immediately after getting my package, I ripped it open to see that across the little seal that keeps it closed, the box was sliced with a razor blade from 1 side all the way to the other. I instantly opened it to make sure the correct CPU was inside. It was, but having the box sliced open definitely scared me.

  38. Qman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Giving more life to my AM4 motherboard

    I have been running a Ryzen 7 2700X since 2018 so my PC is roughly 5 years old since I build a completely new system at the time. I have no problem playing any times but I was getting the itch to upgrade especially with the AM5 processors kicking some serious but. I’m not ready to drop tons on a whole new system so after seeing the awesome reviews of the Ryzen 7 5800X3d review I decided to order it to tide me over for a few more years. Boy am I glad I did order this processor. There is a very noticeable performance increase in all the games I play. Games now play with extremely stable framerates and no studders. I didn’t get a ton of studders on the 2700X but some would occasionally occur. With the 5800X3D along with my aging RTX 2080 I am in the game for a few more years.

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  39. Ner0

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    This thing is a beast

    I wanted to get a bit more life out of my AM4 motherboard and was getting bottleneckd by my Ryzen 7 2700x. I primarily game and do video editing and havent been able to push too many games to 4k past 50fps on higher settings, I really wanted to get 60 in triple A games at 4k. I have a 3080 and found that it was actually my CPU that was causing my system to bottleneck especially on open world games. This CPU is pure magic, I’m not able to get steady 60fps or higher on all the latest games. I’m even able to achieve this in hogsmead in Hogwarts legacy which is notoriously choppy. AMD is killing it lately and its easy to see why

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  40. Adan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth it

    It’s much better than the 5800x I previously had. I paired it with a 3070ti and 32gb of ram and it works great. I previously got bad stutters in some games like Fortnite but once I got this 5800x3d they were gone. If u got the budget this is definitely worth it over other cpus.

  41. Joe Dame

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The best gaming CPU on the market

    This CPU is easily the best gaming CPU on the market right now. The performance you get for your money is unmatched.

  42. Koolham

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best bang for your buck Gaming CPU

    Top shelf PCI-E Gen 4 CPU. It wears a crown.‘Nuff said.

  43. PureTestimony

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best AM4 CPU you can buy

    Absolutely love it and haven’t encountered any issues with it yet

  44. Brandon

    5.0 out of 5 stars


    Arrived on time, packaged well, and in perfect working order.

  45. BB

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great AM4 CPU for Gaming

    The Oversized Cache makes the CPU Great for gaming

  46. Edzew Kurai

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    probably the best AM4 processor you can get

    probably the best AM4 processor you can get for a cheap price…. especially when you can find it on sale for under 300. Decided to upgrade my first gen Ryzen and i have had zero problems with this new chip. Seams to run cooler than the old one as well so that’s a plus!

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  47. Matthew Chapman

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolute unit

    It’s a powerful CPU. I saw instant performance gains. I highly suggest this one.

  48. oxhurwnrna

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    As good as expected

    Delivery 100 ok. Product match the offer. Beside that, one of best gamer CPU atm. 150fps in EFT (one of the worst optimized games of the world – 50fps with Ryzen 5 3600X)

  49. Andrew

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best CPU for AM4 platform gaming

    I upgraded from a 3800X, which while it was no slouch, I wanted to upgrade. Boy am I glad I upgraded too, the performance uplift was between just simply “more stable” to other more CPU intensive games where my frame rate was LITERALLY doubling.

  50. juan pablo

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excelente desempeño

    Cumple totalmente con las expectativas es un procesador muy rápido y perfecto para jugar

  51. ElleWishes

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent CPU, but runs a bit hot

    Upgrade for an older AM4 based gaming computer after BIOS update (very important). This is fairly competitive with the newer chips from both Intel and AMD while not requiring a new motherboard and memory. This particular CPU did run hotter than I normally like, but it is normal because of the extra cache layout. I pegged all the cores with CPU-Z and there was no throttling after the cores came up to temp. This was with a really good air cooler in a room with AC. I would highly recommend a water cooler instead.

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  52. Michael Genco

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing processor! Make sure you have a proper case and CPU cooler

    What is there to say that already hasn’t been said? This processor is the end all be all for gaming on AM4. Few things I wanted to mention. The general consensus is that this chip runs “hot”. Make sure your case has proper airflow(not just a million fans in it) and you get a CPU cooler that works well(Thermalright Peerless Assassin 120 SE is an amazing cooler regardless of it being on the cheaper side).My two cents about Amazon – I really appreciate the same-day delivery on Christmas Eve. Your driver was great and even brought the package to my door(good thing I was home). The only thing that could be better is the packing. Both my CPU cooler(big and heavy) and my processor were packed in a very thin plastic bag. This isn’t a great idea for very sensitive computer parts.

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  53. Jamsolid

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    All you need for gaming, but also slightly overrated.

    This Replaced a Ryzen 5 3700x overclocked to 4.4ghz. I use a water block. With the overclocked 3700x the performance was comparably the same. The water block is wasted on the 5800x3D as it can’t be overclocked, but has a higher boost clock.Basically, if you’re already set up to overclock, you can obtain similar performance with an older chip. However this chip is so reasonably priced, you can get great performance without the need to overclock. If you’re a gamer, and you probably are, this is the best chip you’ll need. Any further money you spend should go your video card purchase. Cross comparison with this chip and the 7800x3D shows mirror fps when displaying high end graphics. Neither chip will bottleneck, and all performances gain was derived from upgrading the GPU.

  54. Chad

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Everything was correct

    10 out of 10

  55. Kevin Taber

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth every penny

    This is a fantastic processor for gaming

  56. Tanner

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    An excellent upgrade

    I went from a core i9 to this, ever since day one my core i9 had problems I contacted intel about it and sent them my old one and got a new one and after about 4 months it started doing the same thing. Enter this 5800x3d, I was gonna get a ryzen 9 5950x but I started looking at performance charts and graphs and decided on this 5800x3d and I don’t regret it. All in all I’m a amd guy now, eventually I’ll go to the am5 platform but this one here is still running strong a year later.

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  57. Travis Morse

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    For gamers

    This is straight outta the box performer. You can’t use ryzen master with this chip. So this CPU with resizable bar have given me extremely smooth performance. I came from a ryzen 5 3600x, my Cinebench was around 9700 and with the 5800x3D I get around 15000.If you use your am4 PC for gaming get this CPU!

  58. Andre

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Don’t overthink it. It’s the best product out there

    It just works! Wait…it works PHENOMENAL

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  59. Patrick Garon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best AM4 CPU For Gaming… Please Note: It runs hot!…don’t use stock wraith coolers!

    This is the best AM4 CPU you can get for gaming, I replaced a 2700x and Tried using the Wraith Prism Cooler and although it will work, it would idle from 42c to 50c. Cinebench r23 would hit 85c.Cyberpunk 2077 would hit 74 to 75c.SO I recomend getting a Noctua NHD15 type of cooler, or a decent AIO to keep temps down a bit.You also need to know and expect that this CPU WILL run more hot than its 5800x non 3D counterpart, due to the 3D memory stacked on the core, So don’t panic if you see an idle temp of 45 if you used to seeing your temps at 32 to 34c. It’s completely normal. Even seeing 70 to 80c is normal (at load), The Max Temp this chip is rated for is 90c, but don’t worry its smart and it will thermal throttle if you hit TJMAX for a period of time.LOVE this chip and it paired very well with my RTX 4090, with NO CPU bottle necks!

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  60. Bernabé

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great change, the best investment

    Excellent improvement, fully compatible and easy installation

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