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AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Processor with Wraith Spire LED Cooler (YD1700BBAEBOX)
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- Frequency: 3.7 GHz Precision Boost
- 8 Cores/16 Threads UNLOCKED
- Cache: 4 MB/16 MB (L2/L3)
- Socket Type: AM4
- Thermal Solution: Wraith Spire LED Cooler
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AMD SenseMI Technology - Technology That Thinks
- Cool and quiet processor operation using a sophisticated grid of smart sensors.
- Monitors CPU temperature, resource usage, and power draw.
- Adaptive control optimizes power draw for any workload.
- Minimized power consumption reduces system heat and noise.
Extended Frequency Range
- Automatic extra performance boost for enthusiasts with premium systems and processor cooling.
- Permits CPU speeds above and beyond ordinary Precision Boost limits.
- Clockspeed scales with cooling solution: air, water, and LN2
- Fully automated; no user input required.
- Available on select AMD Ryzen processors.
- Fine-tuned processor performance adjusted in real time to meet the performance demands of your game or app.
- Adjusts clockspeeds in 25MHz increments to optimize performance.
- Clockspeed changes can occur without pausing work.
- High precision tuning with 25MHz increments.
Neural Net Prediction
- Built-in artificial intelligence that primes your processor to tackle your app workload more efficiently.
- A true neural network inside every AMD Ryzen processor.
- Builds a temporary map of how your programs use the CPU.
- Prepares the fastest processor pathways for your app’s behaviors.
- Learning algorithms that predict and pre-load needed data for fast and responsive computing.
- Learns how your applications access their own data.
- Sophisticated algorithms anticipate and pre-load that data into the AMD Ryzen processor.
- Vital data is ready when you are, enabling peak performance.
AMD Socket AM4 Platform
Ready for AMD Ryzen processors - AMD Socket AM4 represents the company’s new future-proof platform targeting the fastest DDR4 memory, PCIe 3.0, and NVMe technologies available, as well as the first native USB 3.1 Gen2 support on a chipset. With processor-direct SATA and USB connectivity, configurable for real-world flexibility, the new AM4 platform takes advantage of the leading-edge features of today, and tomorrow.
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|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||AMD||AMD||AMD||Intel||AMD||AMD|
|Processor (CPU) Model Socket||AM4||AM4||AM4||LGA 1151||AM4||AM4|
|Processor Speed||3.7 GHz||3.8 GHz||3.6 GHz||4.2 GHz||4 GHz||4 GHz|
|Item Dimensions||5.3 x 5.3 x 5.3 in||5.3 x 5.3 x 2.7 in||1.6 x 1.6 x 0.3 in||5 x 9.52 x 4.88 in||5.3 x 5.3 x 2.7 in||1.6 x 1.6 x 0.3 in|
|Item Weight||1.12 lbs||3.53 ounces||1.6 ounces||3.04 ounces||4.8 ounces||1.6 ounces|
|Wattage||65 watts||95||65||91||95 watts||95|
AMD's Ryzen1700 combines 8 processor cores and 16 threads with a surprisingly low 65W TDP to deliver an efficient, powerful processing solution like no other. Boasting AMD SenseMI technology with true machine intelligence, the Ryzen 7 1700 also comes equipped with the AMD Wraith Spire cooler, featuring color-configurable LED illumination for customized style. REQUIRES A DISCRETE GRAPHICS CARD, NOT INCLUDED.
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Let me start with the setup. I have 16gb of ddr4 ram at 2400mhz, an asus prime b350 mobo, ati r9 390 and the r7 1700 with stock spire cooler.
I launched the PC and it had an inital auto overclock of 300mhz making it 3.3ghz across all cores. I was able to get a stable overclock of 3.8ghz at 1.34v and 38x multiplier.
Cpu runs at approximately 75 c at full load on my overclock. I stressed it for 6 hours at 3.8ghz. The cpu is also capable of down clocking itself when overclocked. I have seen the cpu down clock itself all the way to 900 mhz while doing nothing. This cpu will not only save you money but is an excellent bang for the buck at 8c/16 threads.
I have been able to play arma 3 exile online with over 30 people at 55fps constant.
Battlefield 1 plays at an average of 110 fps
Titanfall 2 gets glitchy occasionally but averages atound 130fps average
If you have any questions feel free to ask.
I have determined that 3.8ghz overclock is too much for the stock cooler being that it is requiring such a massive voltage increase! I have found that the sweet spot seems to be at about 37x multiplier (3700mhz) and 1.2 volts to the CPU. I have now left it at that level and have included benchmarks from Real Bench, CPUZ and Cinebench. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask!
All overclocking was done on stock cooler.
The htop in the pictures shows the reason why you would want to buy this processor. Compiling, video encoding, and multitasking are all tremendous with this product. I am currently at stock clocks with a 2400 MHZ 4x8GB RAM configuration, but once a bracket for mounting my EK block arrives, I will be pushing it up to 4 GHZ.
There are some growing pains with x370 at the moment. I had a hard time getting it to boot even with linux 4.10.6. But a days worth of tinkering yielded me > double the performance of the 3770k, so I don't mind these inconveniences. I recommend updating the UEFI as early as possible, as stability and RAM compatibility is improving by the day.
I am so happy AMD was able to do this, and hope that many people are buying this or analogous products to support AMD. Intel will most likely answer over the next year with something bigger, but right now this is the best CPU / $ available in the world.
I've built two rigs with the 1700. They have performed beyond my expectations. With a mild overclock, both systems are running at 3.9ghz and are perfectly stable. I'm sure I could get a little more out of it, but keeping it at 3.9Ghz, on air, seems to be the sweet spot in terms of temperature and stability. At stock, Cinebench scored around 1400. Overclocked, I'm getting just under 1700. Needless to say, there is a lot of multitasking/multi-threading performance on tap.
In one of my stability test, I ran Witcher 3 and Cinebench at the same time and still scored above 1400 and without any noticeable impact in gaming. Running RealBench stress test and web browsing/YouTube, not a problem. With my i7 4770k, running a stress test of all cores would bog down the system.
My primary use for the PC will be gaming and while many reviews have said the i7 7700K is the better buy, I think the 1700 is more future proof. I don't think we have seen the full potential of the Ryzen 7 series. As software gets optimized, especially in future titles, I expect Ryzen to perform even better. I'm gaming at 4k and Ryzen performance has been for this.
Since this is a cutting edge platform, there are issues with RAM compatibility, etc. I haven't been able to get the ram on one of my builds past 2133 and the other is at 2933, below its 3200 rating. I will outline the RAM used below.
Asus Prime X370-Pro
Corsair Vengeance LPX 2x8GB 3200 @ 2933 (CMK16GX4M2B3200C16W)
Asus Prime X370-Pro
Corsair Dominator Platinum 2x8GB 3000 @ 2133 (CMD16GX4M2B3000C15)
Hopefully with future UEFI updates, memory compatibility and performance will improve.
I'm planning to buy another 1700 to use at work. It's a great time do be a PC enthusiasts.
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The cooler looks really cool, I recommend getting LED fans, a mobo with an LED strip on it, and a case that looks good with LED's.Read more