AMD CPU Processors

AMD CPU Processors

  • Ryzen 3 — Up to 4-core processors.
  • Ryzen 5 — Up to 6-core processors.
  • Ryzen 7 — Up to 8-core processors.
  • Ryzen 9 — Up to 16-core processors.
  • Threadripper — Up to 64-core processors.


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AMD’s Zen architecture brought an array of new processors to consumers on the desktop. Here’s what you need to know about this line of Ryzen CPUs, as well as what this all meant for the PC market. Even though we’re on Zen 3 and 5000 series CPUs from AMD, there’s much to learn about the architecture and how the company managed to hit back at Intel.

Ryzen CPUs that start with the number two are Zen+ processors (2000 series), released in 2018. Third generation CPUs (3000 series) using Zen 2 were released in 2019. Zen 3 CPUs (5000 series) arrived in 2020. And those with a G suffix for graphics include Vega video processing, much like the majority of Intel CPUs. That means you can run a system without a dedicated video card. The Ryzen 5 2400G is one such CPU.