AMD Ryzen 7 1700 CPU Review

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AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Review

Our triple-headed bench suites gradually increase their ability to test the entire system, but even so it is obvious that the raw computing power of the 1700 is undeniable. Even once we get Realbench system score it still shows highly.

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28-03-2017, 13:42:18

Avet
Lovely review Tom. "On that bombshell..." Too bad you can't hear that phrase anymore.

I really don't know what AMD was doing with that temperature offset. They didn't shoot themselves in the leg, they dug up their eye with a spoon. Imagine this headline:"Ryzen 7 on pair with 6900K for half the price and at 65 degrees overclocked!"

Definitely the R7 to go for.Quote

28-03-2017, 13:51:10

Bartacus
Can't wait to watch this one tonight!! I will be buying this CPU, so it's relevant to my interests! I watched another video from a little known YouTuber who's name escapes me, and he did some benchmarking and somehow got his ram to 3600Mhz, and it made a serious improvement in game benchmarks. This CPU at 4Ghz + some higher clocked memory is a VERY impressive performer!Quote

28-03-2017, 14:18:40

Bregalad
Which asus drivers did you use and which did you omit?
having the r7 1700 and the prime x370 pro, i haven't found the buggy driver(s) - yet.
system runs great at clean win install, and unstable with all drivers/util. from asus website.

running a lot of blender, i just love the system when bsods doesn't appear.Quote

28-03-2017, 14:32:28

AngryGoldfish
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Originally Posted by Bartacus View Post
Can't wait to watch this one tonight!! I will be buying this CPU, so it's relevant to my interests! I watched another video from a little known YouTuber who's name escapes me, and he did some benchmarking and somehow got his ram to 3600Mhz, and it made a serious improvement in game benchmarks. This CPU at 4Ghz + some higher clocked memory is a VERY impressive performer!
I'd be really interested to see that so if you remember it or come by it again, please do post it here.Quote

28-03-2017, 14:32:37

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
Lovely review Tom. "On that bombshell..." Too bad you can't hear that phrase anymore.

I really don't know what AMD was doing with that temperature offset. They didn't shoot themselves in the leg, they dug up their eye with a spoon. Imagine this headline:"Ryzen 7 on pair with 6900K for half the price and at 65 degrees overclocked!"

Definitely the R7 to go for.
The 1700 does not have the offset.Only the 95watt chips, 1700x/1800 do. Tom needs to edit the article for that as AMD have confirmed the 1700 has no offset
As confirmed by them here.
https://community.amd.com/community/...mmunity-updateQuote
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