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AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 3.8GHz 8 Core (Socket AM4) CPU

CCL Code: CPU0680
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Manufacturer Code: 100-100000063WOF
| Manufacturer: AMD
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Key Features:

  • Base: 3.8GHz, Turbo: 4.7GHz
  • 8 Cores, 16 Threads
  • Socket AM4
  • 105W TDP
  • *No Cooler Included*

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Ryzen 5000 Series:

Overview

Important: Please ensure that your X570, B550 or A520 motherboard has been updated to the latest BIOS, either by using a Ryzen 3000 series processor or the BIOS Flashback system (if applicable). The Ryzen 5000 series processors will not work on these motherboards without the most current BIOS. X470 and B450 motherboards will not have a compatible BIOS until January 2021. All other chipsets are incompatible.

AMD Ryzen™ 7 5800X Octa-Core Processor

AMD Ryzen 7 5000 Series

The Fastest in the Game1

When you have the world’s most advanced processor architecture for gamers and content creators, the possibilities are endless. Whether you are playing the latest games, designing the next skyscraper, or crunching data, you need a powerful processor that can handle it all—and more. Hands down, the AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series desktop processors set the bar for gamers and artists alike.

3.8 GHz 4.7 GHz 8 / 16 105W AM4
Base Clock Boost Clock Cores / Threads TDP Socket

 

The Latest Technologies

AMD Ryzen 5000 Series Chip

AMD Ryzen™ processors have all the best features to keep you in the game

With great processing power comes the bleeding-edge technologies to support. All AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series processors come with a full suite of technologies designed to elevate your PC’s processing power including Precision Boost 2, Precision Boost Overdrive2 and PCIe® 4.0.

 

Optimised for Enthusiasts

AMD 500 Series Motherboard

AMD Ryzen™ processors are easy to configure and easy to customize.

Not only are these processors drop-in ready on 500 series motherboards with a simple BIOS update, you can easily tweak and tune your processor with Ryzen™ Master and AMD StoreMI.

BIOS updates supporting the AMD Ryzen™ 5000 Series desktop processors on AMD 400 Series chipsets are expected to be available starting January 2021; exact availability will vary by manufacturer and motherboard model.

 

The Ryzen™ 5000 Series

 

Processor Ryzen™ 9 5950X Ryzen™ 9 5900X Ryzen™ 7 5800X Ryzen™ 5 5600X
Cores / Threads 16 / 32 12 / 24 8 / 16 6 / 12
Base Clock (GHz) 3.4 3.7 3.8 3.7
Boost Clock (GHz) 4.9 4.8 4.7 4.6
Cache 72MB 70MB 36MB 35MB
TDP 105W 105W 105W 65W
Cooler Not included Not included Not included Wraith Stealth

 

 

1 Testing by AMD performance labs as of 9/2/2020 based on the average FPS of 40 PC games at 1920x1080 with the High image quality preset using an AMD Ryzen™ 9 5900X processor vs. Core i9-10900K. Results may vary. R5K-002
2 Precision Boost Overdrive requires a compatible AMD Ryzen™ Threadripper, 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ processor, or Ryzen™ 5000 Series processor and a motherboard compatible with one or more of these processors. 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen™ processors including the Ryzen™ 3200G processor are not compatible with Precision Boost Overdrive. Because Precision Boost Overdrive enables operation of the processor outside of specifications and in excess of factory settings, use of the feature invalidates the AMD product warranty and may also void warranties offered by the system manufacturer or retailer. GD-135.

Motherboard Bundles

CCL Motherboard Bundles offer exceptional value for money, great performance and peace of mind. They are perfect for anyone looking to upgrade an older PC or to make a solid foundation to build a new one. All CCL bundles come with a 3 year parts and labour warranty as standard – why risk compatibility problems when these fantastic pre-assembled bundles are available?

  • AMD Ryzen 7 5800X 3.8GHz
  • 16GB Adata DDR4 Memory
  • ASUS ROG Strix B550-F Gaming (Wi-Fi)
  • No Graphics
  • 3 Years Warranty
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Specifications

CPU

CPU Type AMD Ryzen 7
CPU Manufacturer AMD
CPU Cores Octa Core
CPU Socket Socket AM4
CPU Brand AMD
CPU TDP 105 W
Cache 36 MB
CPU Threads 16
Processor Turbo Speed 4.7 GHz
CPU Family AMD Ryzen 7
Processor Number 5800X
CPU Speed 3.8 GHz
L2 Cache 4 MB
L3 Cache 32 MB
Socket AM4
CodeName Zen 3
Number of Cores 8
Turbo Core Yes
Turbo Speed 4.7 GHz
Number of Threads 16 threads

Graphics

Integrated Graphics No

Memory

Memory Types DDR4
Number of Memory Channels 2 channels

Electrical

TDP (Thermal Design Power) 105 W

Physical

Form Factor CPU
In The Box AMD Ryzen CPU
Bezel Sticker
Instructions/Warranty Sheet
BIOS Insert

Warranty

Warranty 3 Years

Key Features

CPU Cooler Included No
Microsoft Processor List E

Item Details

Manufacturer AMD
Manufacturer Code 100-100000063WOF
EAN 0730143312714
UPC 730143312714
Condition New
Warranty

Warranty Information

Warranty 3 Years

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer AMD
Manufacturer Code 100-100000063WOF
Questions and Answers

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Reviews
4 / 5 28 reviews

Joshua

last week

Perfect high end CPU

PC

3 weeks ago

nice cpu deals well with everything i throw at it ... games ..multiple apps etc

David

3 months ago

Very fast, good comparability with the ASUS ROG B550 motherboard and just works. Note: this CPU does not come with a cooler so remember to purchase one!

dg

4 months ago

Runs like "the dogs .1233456" Value for money, hey there is a global semiconductor shortage and the chip fabrication are at nearly 99% use. Can't be helped.

Harry

4 months ago

Great CPU although does get hotter than my old one. All working fine though.

Wayland Sothcott

4 months ago

Works in MSI X470 motherboard with latest BIOS I recon this was good value when I bought it. The 3000 and 5000 series are streets ahead of the original 1000 and 2000 series RYZENs. The original series were actually a bottleneck for gaming frames per second compared against Intel even though they were twice the CPU grunt. I replaced a RYZEN 5 1600 with a 3600 and Valley max FPS went from 150 to 200 on an RX 580. Same setup with this RYZEN 7 5800X and Valley max FPS hits 300! I had thought the modest RX 580 would be the bottle neck on any RYZEN but apparently not. I had a RYZEN 3 1200 in the X470 system just as a placeholder whilst I saved up for this CPU. My system worked fine and honestly I could not justify the upgrade. However in just normal office use the system feels smoother and more responsive. Windows drag more smoothly, open that bit more instantly (yeah I know, but there is a difference) and games which sometimes had stutters work faultlessly. Boot time is faster too. System; RYZEN 7 5800X MSI X470 32GB DDR4 3200 240GB NVMe So yes this works in the MSI X470 with the latest BIOS, as does the lowly first gen RYZEN 3. 1TB MX500

Steve Higgins

6 months ago

Really underrated CPU that offers a good compromise between the more gaming focused 5600x and the 5900x powerhouse (plus you can actually buy one!). Performs brilliantly with an AIO cooler, hovering around the 65-70 degree mark on most modern demanding games, and chews through video rendering at a rate that puts the Intel 8700k it replaced to shame. If you can find one for under 400 (as of April '21) then it's a no brainer.

Tyler Osborne

6 months ago

I bought this because of the current shortages in availability on other components. It has certainly lived up to my expectation, and while it was slightly more than I initially wanted to spend, has given demonstrable performance improvements over the hex-core 5600x that I was initially aiming to purchase.

Customer

6 months ago

I can't fault this CPU for the most part but it gets really hot if you leave it default that is or even do overclocking or underclocking using the boost curve. It still requires a lot of volts and heat to get the top boosts even with an underclock. I settled for doing a manual underclock. Set the Loadline Calibration, xmp profile for the ram and set the actual voltage lower itself, so manual underclock the voltage without using the Precision Boost 2 or whatever it's called, just leave that on auto. Then you have a pretty low voltage, temps and PC doesn't crash. Lowest I could get is 1.66 volts which can give me up to 4.8 all core. The Loadline calibration for my old Intel CPU was solid, this one on this motherboard does fluctuate a bit and goes sometimes up to 1.172 or something. No biggie but be better if it didn't.

Duaine

8 months ago

Great product for the money

Facundo

8 months ago

I updated my i5-6600 to this beast and I have no words to describe it, simply amazing!

Steven Williams

8 months ago

Only thing to say about this cpu. Buy one its amazing was using a Ryzen 7 but previous gen the difference is palpable. The other great thing is CCL better than the others especially sellers that dont respond to the phone and take two days to respond to emails. Just buy this from CCL top company AAA+++

Richard Griffiths

8 months ago

Excellent performance out of the box and then used PBO2 and Curve optimizer to push my single core peak to just over 5.0ghz with a slight improvement in multi core too. Fast delivery, well packaged.

Norkay

9 months ago

A strange CPU. Too powerful for gaming (5600X), not powerful enough for serious productivity applications (5900X). Runs a bit hot when PBO is enabled, and runs in Auto OC, in Ryzen Master. Even on four radiators loop (with two 360mm) and 1080Ti in the loop, it idles around 37-42*C. Reaches 84*C under 100% load promptly. As per photo, 56*C to 64*C is a normal, gaming temperature. All of that is understandable, as compared to my previous, Kaby Lake processor, it's lightning-fast. Any compression or multilayer photo operations are finished visibly faster. I've gained around 15 to 20 fps per title, as I mostly play in UWQHD (3440x1440).

Kurt Kho

9 months ago

Very good chip but runs hotter compared to the other cpus in the zen 3 line up

Benny Har-Even

9 months ago

Mauuur power!!!!!!!!

Lewis Tull

9 months ago

very fast, runs a bit hot for my liking but overall I'm very happy.

Jack Moxley

9 months ago

Does the job, price point is a little high but worth it.

Michael S

9 months ago

Very hard to get hold of but I managed to get it at a fair price when CCL notified me they were in stock. Easy to fit, no set in bios, it just worked straight out of the box, even with my XMP RAM. TDP of only 105Watt means it doesn't need a big cooling solution and so makes for a quiet rig. PCIE version 4 means you can squeeze maximum performance from things like the M.2 drives. Much more processing power than the nearest Intel equivalent, AMD has made a huge comeback over the last three years.

Tenzin

9 months ago

Thank you CCL, hard to come by product and you had in stock. Received it the following day, in a secured bubble wrapped box.

Tony Smith

9 months ago

Top performance, runs cool very happy with purchase

robert clay

9 months ago

pretty decent for gaming so far

Simon Whitehouse

9 months ago

All is as expected, my only disappointment is the core temperature - it seems abnormally high at idle (40C+) and suffers very brief temperature spikes despite having a decent cooler (Noctua NH-U12A)

Conor Earl

10 months ago

A huge upgrade on my i5 4690k, no surprises there! Absolute rocket of a CPU

Conor Earl

10 months ago

Unbelievably fast, it was right in my price point as I didn't want to fork out as much as the cost of 5900x yet wanted more than the 6 cores of the 5600x, game-changing upgrade over my i5 4690k but I wasn't surprised by that, very strong across the board

Luke Blackburn

10 months ago

Great CPU for gaming and productivity, works very well. No complaints.

Luke Blackburn

10 months ago

Very nice CPU. Its a good step up from the 5600x for productivity, and of course it's great for gaming on too.

Aditya

10 months ago

Great product, powerful enough to handle any gpu, amd has pulled it out the bag on this one. Ccl was amazing with their fast delivery and sensible pricing