AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU Review

ASUS Prime X370-Pro

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Review

ASUS Prime X370-Pro

We've got a few motherboards ready to go for this newest generation of AMD products but we're starting, as we always do, with the ASUS Prime. The ASUS range of Prime/Pro motherboards always bring the best balance between performance and show without requiring you to pay the price premium that ROG motherboards always have. They're the discerning choice for the demanding user. The new AMD chipset and CPU combination have moved the AMD motherboard range bang up to date in the blink of an eye. USB 3.1, M.2 SATA, reinforced PCI Express slots, DDR4 support, AIO headers. Even the ASUS specific AURA sync lighting support is here. All the latest and greatest features are found on the X370-Pro.

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Most Recent Comments

02-03-2017, 09:06:29

Zoot
I sat refreshing the page at work at around 2pm for this.

I'm seriously looking forward to watching the video later when I'm home.

So great to see AMD back in the game again. Quote

02-03-2017, 09:08:31

AlienALX
ugh this is like torture.Quote

02-03-2017, 09:09:15

AdmiralDonut
God damn that stuff is good. Looks like I'm definitely going to be making the move to AMD in June then. First AMD rig for me in almost 6 years.Quote

02-03-2017, 09:27:08

23RO_UK
Get in there AMD!!!

I've not owned a hyperthreaded CPU since my 2600k (which was awsome fair play), my next CPU is definitely AMD Ryzen.

Intel go do one with your price gouging and marginal speed increases over the years!

TTL you've made my day and then some fella!!!Quote

02-03-2017, 09:28:11

AngryGoldfish
Very good results. The 7700K is still the gaming king, but unless Intel drastically drop their prices I don't think I'll be going with a 7700K even with its superior gaming performance. I think I'll wait for the 6 core CPU's.

Thanks a lot for the excellent review, Tom.

Can someone point out where the temperatures are listed? I've read the review and I can't find them.Quote
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