In a race for the crown of best gaming PC, a new brand is stepping into the arena, with the world’s fastest gaming PC.
In its first full-scale build, AMD Ryzen 7 1800X, the company’s flagship gaming PC has been named the best gaming laptop in the world.
The new build is available for pre-order today.
AMD Ryzen is based on the Zen architecture, a 16nm technology that was introduced in the company ‘Zen’ series of CPUs.
AMD also has a number of Ryzen-based products that are currently shipping and are now being rolled out across the world in various capacities.
The Ryzen 7 1700, 1800X and 1700X are the cheapest Ryzen CPUs available at the moment, but AMD is targeting the mainstream market.
The 1800X will be available in the US starting today for $999, while the Ryzen 7 1700 will be £599.
AMD’s Ryzen 7 processors are designed to be ultra-fast, which means they are the fastest on the market today.
These processors are powered by a new 14nm FinFET manufacturing process.
AMD claims that its 14nm process is more energy efficient than existing process technology, meaning it has significantly less power consumption when running applications like games.
The latest AMD Ryzen processors are also designed to have low power consumption, meaning they won’t heat up the system during gaming or when you’re running a heavy workload like gaming.
In terms of performance, the new Ryzen CPUs are also the fastest AMD has released so far, which is good news for AMD users.
The company is also offering Ryzen 7 Pro CPUs with a boost clock of 1.4GHz, which are the top of the range Ryzen CPUs.
The AMD Ryzen 5 1500 and 1500X are also running at the top end of the market right now, but they aren’t available in retail form.
The first Ryzen processors AMD is launching are the 1800X (previously known as Ryzen 5 1600X), 1800X Pro and 1600X (formerly known as the Ryzen 5 1400).
These processors will be the first chips from AMD to feature an unlocked multiplier, which allows you to boost up your processor’s clock speeds if you want to overclock.
AMD is also launching its next-generation Ryzen 7 chips with an unlocked turbo multiplier, giving you the option to boost the performance of your Ryzen 7 CPUs by up to a whopping 8GHz, if you need it.
If you want more performance, you can also upgrade your Ryzen CPUs to an unlocked LGA 1151 socket, giving users the option of overclocking their CPUs.
This is also an option for AMD Ryzen users who want to upgrade their CPU clocks.
AMD has also released the Ryzen Threadripper processors, which will be sold in four different configurations, namely the 1800, 1800 X, 1800, and 1700.
These chips feature a boost frequency of 1GHz and an unlocked base clock of 2.7GHz.
These Ryzen CPUs will be arriving in retail bundles starting on September 29, while pre-orders will also be available starting today.
We’ll be sure to update this story when they come to market.
AMD says that the Ryzen processor lineup will be launched next week.