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AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core/16 Threads AM4 Processor with Wraith Prism Cooler, 100-100000071BOX
- A powerful 8-core processor with 16 threads
- With Zen 2 architecture
- Features 32MB of L3 cache, 24 PCIe Gen 4 lanes
- Support for dual-channel 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM
- Designed for socket AM4 motherboards
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Which is 10 times the amount of my Intel 6700k.
For gaming I see this baby stay stable clocks at 4291-4316MHz and sporadic single core turbos up to 4392MHz. The 4.2 ghz all core stable boost clock is about the same as a 3800x (according to other reviewers) but the 3800x has a bit more of a higher single core sporadic burst, but probably not worth the additional $70 for the tiny performance difference. I have a Phanteks PH-TC14PE (nh-d15 comparable) and during a 30 minute Aida 64 stress test (picture) the 3700x stays at 85c and 4070MHz average.
This processor is paired with a 570x Aorus elite so I wouldn't have the trouble of doing tons of CPU swapping on a b450 or an x470 board to update the bios (plus I saved $70 over the 3800x). Some of those boards have quick flash capabilities, but if they don't then it is just time consuming and a bit painful to install an old 2nd or 1st gen cpu, update, then reinstall the new processor and make sure it actually works. Also as of 5/20/19 a bunch of Ryzen 3xxx out of the box compatible B450 boards are announced, but nobody knows when.
I did a motherboard & CPU Swap in my system and had a lag filled windows experience, so a windows reinstall was necessary to get it to run smoothly (your actual experience may vary). After the reinstall it's been nothing but buttery smooth.
I'm docking 2 stars. The chip is great and all, but it runs too hot at idle, 40+ C on an aio, 24 C ambient.
I'm comfortable having my pc run hot during games, etc.., but not at idle.
At idle the system keeps boosting to 4.2+ Ghz all the time.
It's like it doesn't know how to clock itself down (even on AMD balanced profile, latest Win 10 1903).
Disabling boost solves the temp issue, but that's not an option.
This is probably the early adopter tax and I hope they fix it in the bios.
It could also be the ASUS board which is too aggressive with voltages.
+1 star, Windows power saver power plan is what I wanted.
Idles at 32 C at 25 C ambient, core voltage a 0.944 V instead of that crazy 1.45+ V
I does sacrifice some standby performance, but that's ok.
+1 star, the ABBA bios update fixed my idle power problem.
It just needed some tweaking.
I mostly work with docker in debian, inside a vme in windows, and I'm bewildered with the performance, nothing seems to make it run at %100, I never hear the fans ramping up and it increased the avergae fps in gw2 from 25 to 52 (paired with a 1060, at 3440x1440)
I wanted to get the 3900x for the glorious cache, I see no reason to make the jump at this point.