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Although many of us are looking forward to the opportunity to have access to the new AMD Ryzen 5000 series CPUs, some benchmark tests and performance data have begun to appear online, although the embargo is still in progress. One of the leaks that we are particularly interested in comes from Brazilian YouTube, which shows the gaming performance of three CPUs, 5900X, 5800X and 5600X, and 5950X performance is coming soon.

tested these CPUs with the ASUS TUF B550M motherboard and compared them with the Intel Core i9 10900K CPU on the ASUS TUF Z490Plus gaming motherboard. Both settings use the same power supply and memory clocked at 3600Hz.

Our new Brazilian YouTuber’s best friend Pichau tested the CPU in 15 different games, from GTA5 in 2013 to the newly released Watchdog Legion. . Although each of these CPUs target different markets, they all competed against a single Intel CPU: the Intel Core i9 10900K, tested in stock and overclocked at 5.0 GHz. See the image below to see how AMD’s new CPUs are stacked:

When checking these benchmarks, they seem to support AMD’s claims in its recently released AMD 5000 series chips to be better than 10900K in most games. However, what is surprising is that compared with the previous generation Ryzen 5 3600XT, the new CPU does not seem to be much improved, which again raises a question: Is it worth upgrading to the new 5000 series CPU?

We still retain judgment until we master the CPU and run them through our own benchmarks (we will release them soon!). But what do you think? Will you update? Let us know in the comments!

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