AMD unveils Ryzen 5, promising availability from 11 April at prices from $169 to $249

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AMD unveils Ryzen 5, promising availability from 11 April at prices from $169 to $249
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AMD unveils Ryzen 5, promising availability from 11 April at prices from $169 to $249

Ryzen 5 1600X blows Intel's Core i5 7600K out of the water (at least in Cinebench), claims AMD

AMD has unveiled its mid-range Ryzen 5 microprocessors, six weeks after the launch of the high-end Ryzen 7, promising availability from 11 April at a cost of between $169 and $249.  The Ryzen 5 ...

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