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AMD YD130XBBAEBOX YD130XBBAEBOX Ryzen 3 1300X CPU with Wraith Stealth Cooler - Silver
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- 3.7GHz Clock Speed (with Boost)
- 4 Cores / 4 Threads
- 10MB Cache
- Compatible with Socket AM4
- Wraith Stealth cooler, Performance varies depending on system configuration, Check with your motherboard and system manufacturer, GD-107
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|Item Dimensions||0.76 x 4.06 x 4.06 cm||0.3 x 1.6 x 1.6 cm||4.06 x 4.06 x 0.76 cm||4.06 x 4.06 x 0.76 cm||7.01 x 11.61 x 10.11 cm||0.76 x 4.06 x 4.06 cm|
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It's definitely snappier than my old Athlon X4 845, but for gaming don't expect miracles as most games are not CPU constrained. But windows is definitely snappier with this processor. The stock cooler is fine. Keeps things nice and cool, even if you overclock.
Currently, do a little video editing and predominantly play games such as overwatch etc.
This CPU is perfect for my needs, I can overclock it no problem and I am sure it will go the distance.
Although, at the time of writing this review, the Ryzen 5 1600 has fallen in price, so I would probably advise if you have the extra £30 then you should invest in that.
So coming to the Ryzen 3 was a value for money decision. I wanted to wait till 2018 when the CoffeeLake (competitive chips but expensive boards) vs Ryzen stuff has settled down, but a motherboard failed which forced my hand. I am not a hard core gamer although I do game with a modest NVidia GTX1050. I experiment with a temporary mild to moderate overclock, but never a crazy extreme water-cooling configuration. My first choice was a Ryzen 5 1600 (hex-core) but I couldn't justify it.
So was it worth it? Yes, in everyday use this is 2x the speed of my old 860K, not just perceived responsiveness but benchmarks and things like video encoding back this up i.e. encoding xvid mp4 in VSDC Video editor, previously 9-10fps now 18-20fps. Same games run smoother with the same graphics card i.e. Witcher 3, Skyrim and even Minecraft! Would an Ryzen 5 1600 or even a Ryzen 7 have been measurably quicker? Of course, but did I need it? Nope, I am happy with Ryzen 3 1300X.
It really does run cool and quiet, circa 30C idle, but will exceed 60C in a benchmark pegged at 100%. In the real world it only gets hot and a bit noisy when gaming or encoding. This is all with the stock "Stealth" cpu cooler (included), stock settings and 3 case fans supporting, in normal use its nearly silent and significantly quieter than the previous 860K. I have overclocked using the Gigabyte EasyTune, although normally I hate these tools, it works well, I just hit the 3.7Ghz auto setting before I game, although to be honest it doesn't need it for 5 year old games I play in 1080, high or very high settings. The rest of the time I run it at stock, as its fast enough.
This is great value for money and if you're coming from an older AMD or maybe even an older i3 or i5 I'd say its worth it. Although I'd probably still hold on till Q2 2018 and see what happens if you have a the choice.
Hope this helps.
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