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AMD RYZEN 9 3950 cpu

This CPU is a very high powered CPU that is more aimed towards a gamer user who has lots of extra money to spend on a high quality build. It’s got lots of processing power for any needs for any type of creator also, running efficiently with something recommended like an AMD RX 5700 graphics card.

It is a 3rd generation series AMD processor that fits an AM4 socket. It includes,

  • 16 cores
  • 3.5 GHz
  • 8MB L2 Cache
  • 64MB L3 Cache
  • DDR4 3200 Memory type
  • 4.0 PCI

It’s power is noticeable when considering its 72MB cache memory and its PCIe 4.0 speeds, 16 cores and 32 processing threads, giving double graphics and storage bandwidth, it delivers a smooth gaming experience for any professional, looking for that new CPU to give their experience a lot more edge. It has been considered the most powerful 16 Core processor that has been made.

I would recommend this CPU to anyone who has the money to pay for it, since it goes for 799.99 on Newegg.com. It is a great CPU for any Gamer or designer and creator to process their art, videos, photos, games and many more. It is definitely created for professional people considering the price tag, but investing this kind of money into a CPU can be efficient and future proof any cpu difficulties you might run into for a while into the future. 








Still Budget Friendly, a Look at the PowerColor Red Devil. Radeon RX 570


So you want to buy a graphics card for your child or friend, but you don’t want to put a large dent in your wallet. AMD’s RX 570, more specifically PowerColor’s famous Red Devil Lineup, has got you covered. The card is cooled by 3 fans, cutting it down from a bulky triple slot to a dual slot card. The card is 310mm long, making it unable to fit in much smaller cases.

The PowerColor Red Devil comes with 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM, plenty to start off any budget gaming PC without needing to rely on the struggle of integrated graphics. The rear ports come with DVI-D, HDMI, and 3 DisplayPorts. The card supports AMD CrossFire, where you get 2 GPUs and connect them with a CrossFire Bridge. This would generally give a boost in performance. However, one would need a CrossFire Supported Motherboard to get the full use of it. It supports both DirectX 12 and OpenGL 4.5. The card has a max resolution up to 4k if you use either the HDMI or DisplayPort, with the DVI only being able to support 2560×1600. More details about this card can be found on PowerColor’s website.


With a price of $139.99 the card is the best choice for getting the best performance for your money. The Card is almost a must-have for wanting to game on a budget.

Note: This post was part of a classroom project.