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Apr 14, 2017 05:53 PM EDT

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AMD Ryzen 5 breaks records in almost 6GHz
(Photo : der8auer/Youtube) AMD Ryzen 5 breaks records in almost 6GHz

AMD Ryzen 5 had an unsurprising record breaking overclock speed. The Ryzen 5 jumped the 6-core processor's records.

After a week from its release date, the AMD Ryzen 5 has shown great and incredible things. Now, the Ryzen 5, which is set to break the Intel's "The People CPU Choice," the new AMD processor has set an unsurprising record of nearly 6GHz.

PC Gamer reported that the new AMD's amazing Ryzen 5 processor on its 6-core had overclocked the Ryzen 7. The renowned overclocker, Der8auer, showed how the Ryzen 5 1600X performed an overclocking capability at the maximum of 5,905.64MHz or nearly 6GHz. The overclocker managed the settings without the need to disable any of its cores.

At this point, the AMD Ryzen 5 1600X had beat the core of Intel Core i7 which was the title holder. According to Republic of Gamers, Der8auer used an extreme 1.95 core voltage and a sub-zero LN2 cooling with all the 12 threads as well as the six cores enabled just to reach that maximum overclocking score from the Ryzen 5.

The overclocker stated that it's a really impressive performance of the AMD Ryzen 5. With the use of the four Global First Places or GFP in the categories of six cores CPU such as the Cinebench R11.5 6x, Cinebench R15 6x Geekbench3 6x, and the GPUPI for CPU-1B, the Ryzen 5 was seen able to perform efficiently. Der8auer also able to run the Ryzen 5 chip at the base clock speed of about 129.79MHZ along with a 25.5X multiplier and made a full LN2 temperature dropped at -170C.

Other hardware and software that are involved in the record-breaking performance of the AMD Ryzen 5 are the Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero X370 motherboard, a 128 GB Samsung SSD internal storage, a 2GB of G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 RAM and Windows 7 Pro 64-bit Operating System. No wonder, the AMD Ryzen 5 1600X processor can bravely challenge Intel's Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs.

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