For Beginners: How to Understand AMD CPU Names?

Geekom Official

Staff member
Aug 25, 2022

The first part of the name is easy enough to understand. You can consider it another way to say, entry-level, mid-level, high-end and so on.​


Ryzen 3 groups CPUs with low-end performance, specifications and features. At the time of writing, these models come with four cores.

Ryzen 5 groups CPUs for the mid-end segment. They have four or six cores and a maximum of twelve processing threads.

Ryzen 7 signals the entry into the high-end performance segment. The CPUs come with eight cores and sixteen threads.

Ryzen 9 are the top of the high-end lineup, above Ryzen 7 CPUs. They have twelve or sixteen cores and a maximum of thirty-two threads.
Learn more: Click Here ✅

Ryzen Threadripper may be considered above Ryzen 9, but it’s not a valid comparison, and you’ll see why later on. These CPUs come with eight, twelve, sixteen, twenty-four, and thirty-two cores, recently. The number of threads is double the number of CPU the model has.

Visit Site: Geekom✅