The company that powers the world’s top businesses, the largest HD display in Times Square and leading game consoles now brings you
2nd Gen AMD RyzenTM 5 Desktop Processor
The Intelligent Processor
Game. Stream. Design. Create.
Experience a PC with a smarter, faster and more responsive
processor that takes performance past your expectations.
The intelligent 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen™ desktop processor monitors and optimizes your computer’s performance, so you can enjoy your most demanding games and applications with improved efficiency, more power and astonishing speed.1
Follow your passion
From extreme gaming experiences to high-end design, PCs powered by the 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen™ processor brings your imagination to life.
Technology You Can Trust
Be confident the processor at the heart of your high-performance PC delivers an improved and smarter experience thanks to a design based on AMD Ryzen™ technology, which earned 290 industry awards.
Here’s what the experts are saying about
2nd Gen AMD Ryzen™ Processors

“These second generation products… are absolutely competitive. The Pinnacle Ridge [2nd Gen Ryzen] processors can therefore be bought without hesitation.” - ComputerBase

“Advanced Micro Devices took a very successful first-generation Ryzen performance desktop part and made it better in almost every possible way when you factor in it’s only been a year since the original Ryzen launch.” - Forbes

“In summary the Pinnacle Ridge launch is another success for AMD (…) Performances are excellent, there’s what it takes to tackle without blinking heavy tasks like video encoding or 3D rendering” -
1Based on AMD internal specifications, engineering data, and testing by AMD performance labs as of 04/17/2018. Top max boost clock of the fastest 2nd Gen Ryzen processor, the Ryzen 7 2700X, is 4.35 GHz. Top max boost clock of the fastest 1st Gen Ryzen processor, the Ryzen 7 1800X, is 4.1GHz. This means the fastest clockspeeds on 2nd Gen Ryzen processors, built on the 12nm process, have raised by ~250 MHz. AMD Lab testing demonstrates the maximum all-core overclock on Ryzen 2 processors can achieve 4.2 GHz. Processor testing on 2nd Gen Ryzen processors vs. 1st Gen Ryzen processors demonstrates a ~50mV vcore reduction for 2nd Gen Ryzen processors at specific clock-to-clock comparisons. Test configuration: AMD Reference Motherboard + Ryzen™ 7 2700X, GeForce GTX 1080 (driver 390.77), 2x8 GB DDR4-3200 (14-14-14-36), Windows 10 x64 Pro (RS3), Samsung 850 Pro SSD. Performance may vary with different drivers and system configurations. RZ2-30
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