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AMD Ryzen 7 1700 65 W 8/16 Core 3.7 GHz 4 MB CPU - Black
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AMD RYZEN 7 1700 37GHZ 8 CORE 65W SKT AM4 20MB WRAITH SPIRE PIB IN YD1700BBAEBOX Components Processors CPU
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AMD Ryzen 7
Extreme Performance for Gamers and Creators.
AMD has created a processor product and brand in AMD Ryzen that expresses the power and efficiency of the all-new high-performance and highly efficient “Zen” x86 core. Multiple architectural advances combined with platform and processing technologies propel users to the next horizon of computing.
AMD Ryzen processors will enable the digital creators, VR pioneers, game world explorers, and tech thrill-seekers. Those determined to imagine, code, and conquer without boundaries in the immersive computing era.
“Zen” Core Architecture
AMD’s high-performance x86 Core “Zen” architecture delivers >52% improvement in instructions-per-clock cycle over the previous generation AMD core, without increasing power.
AMD SenseMI Technology
AMD introduces SenseMI technology, a set of learning and adapting features that help the AMD Ryzen processor customize its performance to you and your applications. Finally: performance that thinks.
AMD Ryzen Master Utility
Every AMD Ryzen processor is multiplier-unlocked from the factory, so you can personalize performance to your taste. AMD provides the AMD Ryzen Master utility to access this powerful advantage.
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I had the opportunity to upgrade from an Intel 4690k which was getting old, although still a good performer. I wanted something that would futureproof it for at least 3-5 years with games and for my photoshop video content work. The Ryzen 7 seemed to be the one; not as fast as the best I7s, but very good at Desktop work. A good all rounder from my research.
Well out of the box it came with 2 cables, a big cooler fan as well as it s own connector. The spare cabling allows you to connect the fan for customisable colour changes, which is gimmicky, but nice.
Then there`s the CPU, slightly bigger than my previous i5 cpu. I fitted it nervously into my new 470 Motherboard.I used the standard paste already on the fan.
Whole thing came to life on startup first time with the fan exhibiting a very orangey swirly display. After installing the chipset drivers,etc off the net from AMD`s site. Running with 16 Gig 2400mhz Ram (I heard that 3200mhz ram is better for Ryzen, but just couldn`t push that far, probably later).
I checked the Bios which is very user friendly... I guess it`s just me, but I kinda of liked Bios when they were a scary-looking blue screen with a severe interface! Felt serious, now it looks almost gamey... Popped up the ram Easy overclocker to 1, left the rest.
Ran a few games first to see if all was well (I find this often better than synthetic benchmarks). Dying Light ran like a dream. It ran really well with my previous i5, but this time it just `felt` much, much smoother. everything just happened instantly without a sweat; a zillion zombies attack and I`m just slashing through them with all the carnage then running and jumping into a ledge and climbing a tall building. hard to describe just how smooth it was, not a dip.
Total Warhammer 2 again, ran smooth on the Campaign map and in battles, just no dips or stutters that I could see. Xcom2 breezes along.
On photoshop, while running Office and playing VLC music, no problem at all working sweetly and efficiently, opening graphic files, manipulating them, etc, even while online (I usually go offline while working).
Finally I gave a synthetic benchtest on SuperPosition and 3Dmark which was when I finally heard the cpu fan start chugging and it can be quite noisy. The scores weren`t really that much better than my 4690k, though I know it measures more off my 1060 graphics card. I guess the cpu is now bottlenecked partly by the GPU?
Ran User Benchmark and got Gaming: Aircraft Carrier. Desktop: UFO. And WorkStation: UFO... Whatever that all means, but I guess it`s good. lol.
Very please with this cpu so far. Recommended.
It has eaten through everything I have thrown at it.
Cant get it over 3.9Ghz on an overclock as it just becomes unstable so i think AMD's max overclock spec they show is correct.
Like i said i can wait and i think this will stand the test of time just like my AMD FX6350 did.
With the price i paid on launch and now with Ryzen 2 coming out and i think there will be a price drop on this chip i can recommend it to everyone as it was a great bang for buck chip on launch and is even more so now.
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