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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||AMD||AMD||AMD|
|Processor (CPU) Model Socket||am4||am4||am4||am4||am4||sTR4|
|Processor Speed||3.7 GHz||3.8 GHz||3.6 GHz||4 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||0.3 x 1.6 x 1.6 in||2.7 x 5.3 x 5.3 in||0.3 x 1.6 x 1.6 in||2.2 x 3.1 x 0.3 in|
|Item Weight||1.12 lbs||2.24 ounces||1.6 lbs||5.3 lbs||4.94 ounces||1.9 lbs|
|Wattage||65 watts||95||65||95 watts||95||180|
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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Coming from an FX 8350, the difference in power is astounding. A lot of games that I play used to stutter and drop frames on my old computer due to the lack of single threaded performance, but all of that has now changed. I’ve played many of these games on my new build featuring the 1700 and everything is now much more smooth and enjoyable. A lot of people harp on the Ryzen 7 series processors for not matching the ingame performance of Intel’s i7 lineup, but unless you have a very high end GPU and a super high refresh rate 1080p monitor (a situation where you need to have very high framerates constantly) you won’t be affected by this. I personally have a GTX 970 and a 1440p monitor and have had an amazing experience after the upgrade, even with the RAM at stock speeds. So just keep in mind that when you hear people say “Ryzen is bad for gaming,” that truly isn’t the case.
With any new launch, there are always going to be some issues in the beginning; as many have pointed out, this platform has some issues with not easily being able to run high speed RAM. I am personally waiting for an updated stable BIOS release from my motherboard manufacturer before I attempt to run my RAM faster than stock speeds, but as far as out of the box performance goes I couldn't be happier. Keep in mind that this issue will more than likely be ironed out within a month or two.
Overall, AMD really has hit it out of the park with this new release, and I heavily recommend this CPU for anyone who uses demanding applications, or even people who just play games and occasionally use applications that benefit from having 8 physical cores on the side (such as video editing, rendering, 3D modeling, etc.). If you are going to strictly be gaming and nothing else, maybe this isn’t the right product for you; however, in most other use cases this CPU is the price to performance king, and therefore I highly recommend picking one up.
This CPU shines, though, in a heavily mutli-threaded or highly-concurrent environment. With this CPU, it's no big deal to run three virtual machines, a Twitch stream, two copies of Eve online, and have Visual Studio up. All of this happens without noticeable slowdown, which is fantastic!
So, my conclusion won't surprise anyone who's looked at the benchmarks: This is a great CPU for multi-tasking. Not the best for heavy single-threaded tasks, but a great CPU if you take concurrency into account!