AMD YD270XBGAFBOX Ryzen 7 2700X Processor with Wraith Prism RGB LED Cooler
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- The Ryzen 7 2700X has the highest multiprocessing performance you can get on a mainstream desktop PC
- Frequency: Base Clock Speed 3.7 GHz, 4.3 GHz Max Boost
- Includes Wraith Prism Cooler with LED
- 20 MB of Co MBined Cache
- Socket AM4 Motherboard Required
- Built for gamers, creators, and PC enthusiasts
- Featuring True Machine Intelligence to optimize responsiveness every millisecond
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2. AMD Ryzen VR Ready Premium Processors are select AMD Ryzen processors that meet or exceed the Oculus Rift or HTC Vive recommended specifications for processors. Other hardware (including graphics cards) and system requirements recommended by Oculus Rift or HTC Vive should also be met in order to operate the applicable HMDs as intended. As VR technology, HMDs and other VR hardware and software evolve and/or become available, these criteria may change without notice. Check with your PC or system manufacturer to confirm VR capabilities.
3. Testing by AMD Performance labs as of 3/02/2018 on the following system. PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on driver versions used. AMD System Config: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, ‘Turpan’ reference motherboard, 16GB of dual-channel DDR4-3200, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Graphics Card, Graphics driver 390.77, and a Samsung 850 PRO 512GB SSD using the Windows 10 RS3 operating system. Intel System Config: Intel Core i7-8700K, Gigabyte Z370 AORUS Gaming5 motherboard, 16GB of dual-channel DDR4-3200, GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Graphics Card, Graphics driver 390.77, and a Samsung 850 PRO 512GB SSD using the Windows 10 RS3 operating system. Multiprocessing performance represented by Cinebench R15 nT multiprocessing performance. Mainstream desktop platform means Socket AM4 for AMD platforms and LGA 1151 for Intel platforms. he Ryzen 7 2700X (AMD’s highest performing mainstream desktop processor) achieved a score of 1837 (1837/1397=up to 36% faster than the Core i7-8700K), while the Core i7-8700K (Intel’s highest performing mainstream desktop processor) achieved a score of 1397 (1397/1837= up to 76% as fast, or up to 24% slower than the Ryzen 7 2700X). RZ2-1
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I upgraded from an 1800x a few months back and i was a bit sceptical at first until i saw the numbers, my cpu will run at 4ghz all day long at extremely low voltage compared to my 1800x, for example i easily sit over 4ghz with my voltage below 1.275v, unthinkable on the 1800x. I decide to stick a h100i corsair cooler on it which almost destroyed my idea of airflow through the case (See pic 2) as i had to put the intake fans at the top because the 240mm radiator was too big to fit in the top of the case, only because the ram slots are quite high on the Asrock x470 Gaming K4. The trouble i have is my 1080ti also has its own radiator so my cases airflow really isn't optimal at all, but it still stays cool at all times. Even with this heatwave through europe the cpu never exceeded 70 °c at any time even without amazing airlow and ambient temps well above 40°c, this thing is a beast! If you want to run anything over 3200mhz ram then please take my advice and make sure the ram is samsung B-die. Im not sure why but ryzen really loves samsung B-die, I had corsair 3200mhz hynix ram that would run on my other b350 board with my 1800x or 2700x but not with the new x470 board, the timings are not right, ended up purchasing G-skill Flare X 3200mhz 16gb instead for ultimate capability. In short, dont believe the doubters, this is insane performance out the box with most ryzen 2700x hitting 4ghz straight out the box with under 1.3v, I mean would you really expect 8 cores to go under 30°c even with power saving off, amd cool and quiet and c6 state off? Im more than happy, I havent even activated precision boost 2 yet and look at those specs, i dont need to! I just let it thrive under 1.3v, its glorious!
I combined this processor with a AsRock Taichi x370 (Latest 4.70 BIOS) and 16GB's 3000mhz Corsair RAM - with XMP enabled. I am receiving the correct RAM speeds.
The stock cooler is very nice, quiet from my point of view and more than adequate if you wish not to overclock. I thought about getting the 1700x, however if you factor in a decent cooler along with the 1700x, you are more or less paying the same price as the 2700x and this is newer, plus on 12nm technology as well as slightly faster stock and boost speeds.
I am very happy with my upgrade.
Note - to get the most out of Ryzen ensure you use fast DDR4 RAM, with XMP enabled in the BIOS settings.
Running this clocked @ 4.3GHz at 1.4V on all cores, 24/7, with no problems. In gaming, package temps are 60-70 degrees on average; with highs in the low 70's, using a Corsair H100v2 (including 10 degree temp offeset in anything other than Ryzen Master).
It's made such a difference to my minimum frames in games I was already playing. I no longer drop below 60FPS in heavily modded FO4 - Ultra settings except god rays, PUBG - Medium to Ultra settings, BF1 - Ultra settings: alongside my EVGA GTX 970 SSC. Minimum frames are important, and this CPU has helped tremendously over my old Intel 3570K @ 4.6GHz. Playing the new Monster Hunter World at 60FPS on High settings, I think I would've struggled with my old i5, as this game utilises every thread of the 8-core 2700X! 6 and 8-core CPU's really are important for a lot of modern games, so I'm glad I made the choice I did when buying this.
I only gave it 4 stars for installation as I've don't like AMD's pin on chip design, I think it's easier to mess up during install than Intel's pin on socket design.
Other than that I can definitely recommend this CPU.
It has eaten through everything I have thrown at it.
With this CPU and 16GB RAM I don't even bother thinking about closing programs to free up power. This (or the 1700, 1700x or 1800) will do a dozen things at the same time and not slow down.