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AMD YD1700BBAEBOX Ryzen 7 1700 Processor with Wraith Spire LED Cooler
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|CPU Model||AMD Ryzen 7|
|Processor Speed||3.7 GHz|
|Processor Socket||Socket AM4|
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- Frequency: 3.7 GHZ precision boost
- 8 cores/16 threads unlocked
- Cache: 4 mb/16 mb (l2/l3)
- Operates upto a maximum temperature of 95 degree celsius
- Thermal solution: Wraith spire led cooler
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1. AMD product warranty does not cover damages caused by overclocking, even when overclocking is enabled via AMD hardware2. VR capability differs depending on processor. Check with your VR headset manufacturer on their compatibility requirements
*Testing by AMD Performance labs as of March 3, 2017 on the following systems: Socket AM4: Ryzen 7 1700 processor, with NVIDIA GTX 1070 6 GB graphics adapter 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 RAM, Windows 10 RS2operating system, Graphics driver 188.8.131.5233 :: 12/11/2016. Socket 1151: Z270 SLI, Core i7-7700K processor, with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB graphics adapter, 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 RAM, Windows 10 RS2operating system, Graphics driver 184.108.40.20633 :: 12/11/2016. Video Encoding: Compared to the Ryzen 7 1700, the Core i7-7700K achieved 73% the video encoding performance in Handbrake and 87% the performance in Adobe Premiere CC, for an average video encoding performance of 80% relative to the Ryzen 7 1700.
Content Creation: Compared to the Ryzen 7 1700, the Core i7-7700K achieved 70% the performance in POVRay, 74% the performance in Blender, and 69% the performance in Cinebench, for an average content creation performance of 71% relative to the Ryzen 7 1700. Simultaneous Game Streaming: The Ryzen 7 1700 dropped less than 1% of frames, while the Core i7-7700K dropped 18% of frames. VR Performance: Both the Ryzen 7 1700 and Core i7-7700K dropped less than 1% of frames in the Price of Freedom, Serious Sam, and Raw Data game benchmark tests. Results are estimates only. Performance may vary based on use of latest drivers. PC manufacturers may vary system configurations yielding different results. RZN-37
** This information represents the views of third parties at PC Gamer, Game Debate and, Kitguru for secure data encryption, 1080p gaming and Premium Gaming, respectively. These third party results have not been verified by AMD. AMD has no obligation to update third party information and will under no circumstances be for any damages resulting from your reliance on this third party content.
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|CPU Model||AMD Ryzen 7||AMD Ryzen 7||Ryzen 5 3600||Ryzen 5 1600||Ryzen 5 2600||Ryzen 3 3200G|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||AMD||AMD||AMD||AMD||AMD||AMD|
|CPU Socket||Socket AM4||Socket AM4||Socket AM4||Socket AM4||Socket AM4||Socket AM4|
|CPU Speed||3.7 GHz||4.4 GHz||4.2 GHz||1600 GHz||3.9 GHz||4 GHz|
|Item Dimensions||5.30 x 5.30 x 5.30 inches||1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches||1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches||1.61 x 2.99 x 1.61 inches||1.60 x 1.60 x 0.30 inches||1.57 x 1.57 x 0.24 inches|
|Item Weight||1.12 lbs||1.40 lbs||1.60 ounces||0.99 lbs||1.00 lbs||1.76 ounces|
|Wattage||65.0 watts||65 watts||65 watts||65 watts||65 watts||65 watts|
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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I came from an i5 and was unable to play 4K Youtube videos without my PC having serious issues. One of the first things I did was open three at once with zero performance issues. So far, the only time I've been able to get my CPU usage above 50% is when I have benchmarked encryption speeds.
My only complaint would be the stock cooler because I kept having temperature issues. I guess this is an aberration, because many people have stated that the stock cooler is more than enough. Now I'm using the Noctua NH-D14 (My case cannot fit the D15), which completely ameliorated any temperature issues I was having. Shoutout to Noctua support for being awesome.
Overall I'm blown away by this CPU. It is incredible to not have a CPU that will bottleneck no matter what I throw at it. Get this over the 1700x or the 1800x, this is going to be the best bang for your buck.
Packaging: It is beautiful, i will say this is a premium package, when you open it the first thing you see is the included cooler which is amazin and the processor very well packaged too.
Cooler included: Excellent, i overclocked it to 3.7 GHZ in all cores with this stock cooler and with max load using CPUz it doesn't go over 70 C, also the RGB is so cool. Very silent cooler too.
Performance: Solid, moves Windows 10 like a joke, you can do gaming and a lot of other tasks at the same time without losing performance thanks to the 8 cores and 16 threats.
Price to performance: I will say this is the best bang for the buck, I got it for $284 which was a discount price versus an i7 8700 which is faster in gaming yes, but it also costs $400 right now, on black friday it was for around $260 so it is a great option. A lot of ppl says this is crap for gaming, well... that's not true, it is excellent, yes, intel is better but not that much (around 10%). However overall benefit from this processor is better I think, for design and gaming balance.
Good job AMD (I'm not a fan boy, all my last 5 PCs were all intel, just giving a good review to an excellent product).
Update 01/26/2018 After 2 months of usage O can say this is solo good, best bang for the money. Run my games over 100 fps with the RX580 with no issues maxed graphics, imagine what you can do pairing this with a 1080 TI. Highly recommended.
Idle temps are at 38c paired with a NZXT Kraken x62, gaming and streaming load is a comfy 50-55, and 100% CPU utilization for an hour sits at 75c dead. If I use the stock cooler, those idles are about 5-10c more. I'm not sure whether that's a pro for the Wraith Spire, or a con for the NZXT Kraken. The Wraith Spire it already comes with already comes with pretty lights, but not as pretty as the Kraken's. Is it worth spending an extra 160 dollars for a marginal increase in prettiness though?
Yes. Yes it is.
 I've seen mounted my radiator to the front as an intake rather than top radiator, and my temps were safe enough to push this to 3800 at 1.25v. In fact, it constantly hit 32-35c, which is in fact the lowest it can go since the liquid inside can't get any colder (Southern California afterall). I might try for that 4.0mhz
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El TDP de este Ryzen 7 es menor que el de sus hermanos mayores, eso quiere decir que de fabrica consume menos, es por ello que viene a menor velocidad de reloj. Sólo tienes que subir este procesador para ponerlo en igualdad de velocidad y consumo. Eso sí, tanto el 1700, 1700X, 1800x llegado a los 4Ghz ya cuesta subir de aquí con los métodos de OC tradicionales. La diferencia entre uno y otro pueden ser 0.1 o 0.2 Ghz, algo irrisorio. Así que el 1700 es tu opción si sabes hacer OC.
A esto sumamos que el 1700 es más económico y viene además con el ventilador y disipador de stock de AMD, el cual tiene iluminación RGB. Personalmente no lo he llegado a montar, pero he oído buenas opiniones para aquellos que no quieren hacer OC muy altos.
Le he quitado una estrella y es que la plataforma Ryzen a pesar de tener una gran relación calidad/precio; creo que no es para todo el mundo. Necesita de unas memorias con una velocidad alta (rondando los 3000Mhz) para que saquen a relucir todo su potencial. Además las primeras BIOS estaban un poco verde, por lo que posiblemente te tocará actualizarla (cosa que no todo el mundo ha hecho).
Pero una vez configurado todo, es estable y sólido como una roca (y uso mi ordenador más de 8h al día ya que trabajo y juego con él a diario). La placa que le acompaña es una Asus CrossHair VI y si tuviera que volver a elegir placa sin duda sería ésta. Pero si por precio buscáis otra opción más económica para este Ryzen, me iría a por otra ASUS (por ejemplo la Prime Pro) ya que si os fijais en la sección de soporte de diferentes marcas, la que más actualizaciones ofrece de BIOS es ASUS.
Dicho todo esto, también tengo que decir que no he notado grandes mejoras en el día a día, ya que venía de un FXemail@example.comGhz. Posiblemente en test sintéticos sí haya diferencias, o si renderizas vídeos, pero en mi caso que uso entornos de programación y máquinas virtuales (una o dos a la vez) no veo un gran salto. En juegos tampoco puedo decir que ahora juegue mucho mejor, yo de hecho creo que juego igual ya que en mi caso, lo que más me limita es la gráfica (juego a 2K).
I’ve had my Ryzen 7 1700 processor for about a month now and I love it. After some research I set my sights on the Ryzen processors. I’ve been buying AMD processors for a long while; don’t have the budget for a Threadripper so these were a logical choice. I’m not a big fan of overclocking and I like the lower temperature CPUs like the 1600, 1700, 2600 or 2700 which seem to fit my budget and are very appealing. I chose the 1700 as it was a good price point (at only 147.59 pounds) and I didn’t want to risk not having the latest BIOs shipped on my motherboard (newer processors may require an firmware update and I’m not risking it!).
This system is a vast improvement over my previous Athlon X4 845 with its DDR3 RAM. My ‘upgrade’ felt like a complete overall since it requires new DDR4 RAM and another motherboard with an AM4 socket. Fortunately I can reuse my SSD, HDD, GPU, case and PSU so at least there’s that.
Installing and POSTing
I found installing the Ryzen 1700 easy. The CPU fit nicely into the AM4 slot of my motherboard and the lever lowered perfectly - a very nice feeling. The heatsink and fan fixes to the motherboard using 4 screws which went ok but it uses more force than I expected. Then came the cabling and wire management.
Then it was time. While holding my breath I pressed the power button. To my surprise it POSTed first time – a big sigh of relief. Great it all works - if only the software installation would be so easy.
I love this computer build so far. It’s fitting into my ethos of small form factor, very stable, quiet computer without sacrificing the processing punch of a modern CPU. Next on my list is a computer case so my system is not in a full tower and a fast M.2 NVME SSD that should be compatible and hopefully bootable with this motherboard.
My Current PC Spec
CPU: AMD Ryzen 1700 with Stock HS & Fan
RAM: Ballistix Sport DDR4 2x4GB, 2400MHz, Dual Channel, Single Rank x8, CL16 1.2V
Graphics: Gigabyte Nvidia Geforce GTX1060, 3GB GDDR5, PCI Express 3.0 x16, DirectX 12
PSU: EVGA SuperNova 650 P2, 650W 80+ Platinum, Fully Modular
HDD1: Samsung 850 EVO, 250GB, SATA3 SSD
HDD2: Seagate Barracuda, 1TB, SATA 2, 3.5" 5900rpm
MOBO: Asus Prime A320M-K, AM4, Micro ATX, 226x221mm, AMD A320 Chipset
MONITOR: Samsung 22" Monitor, Full HD 1920x1080
MONITOR2: Samsung SyncMaster 930BF, 19" Monitor, 1280x1024
CASE: Cool Master, Black Full Tower
The Zen 2 build up and release has lowered these CPU prices to a point that in my opinion could increase PC player base massively due to being able to build a mid range gaming PC for the price of the latest console with slightly better performance (within reason). The 1700 is the only first gen processor worth >£100 in the current climate but at the end of the day >£150 for an 8 core 16 thread processor you cant go wrong.
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.