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Reviews of AMD Ryzen 3 1200 3.1GHz Socket AM4

Testseek.com have collected 221 expert reviews of the AMD Ryzen 3 1200 3.1GHz Socket AM4 and the average rating is 82%. Scroll down and see all reviews for AMD Ryzen 3 1200 3.1GHz Socket AM4.
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The editors liked

  • Four physical cores for much less than competing Intel Core i5 chips
  • Gaming performance on par with similar Intel chips
  • Good Performance
  • All Quad-Cores
  • Low Power Consumption
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Unlocked multiplier
  • Aggressive pricing
  • Beats competing Core i3 parts in multi-threaded apps
  • Single-thread performance improved over previous generation
  • Heatsink included
  • Platform updated to include latest features (PCIe 3.0
  • USB 3.1
  • NVMe)
  • 50% More Cores Than Core i3
  • Outstanding Performance
  • Fully Unlocked
  • Can Easily Be OC'd to 4Ghz+
  • Perfect For Multi-Tasking
  • Future-Proof Platform
  • Great Price/Performance Value
  • Runs Very Cool
  • The R3 1200 overclocks well (even for a Ryzen CPU) and doing so put it nearly on par with the i57500. Overclocking is enabled by low temps
  • Low power

The editors didn't like

  • Lacks thread-doubling SMT tech of pricier Ryzen chips
  • Better-performing
  • Higher-clocked Ryzen 3 1300X costs just $20 more
  • Typically Trails Core i3 In Single-Thread Workloads
  • Moderate Overclocking
  • Lacks integrated graphics
  • Significantly slower than the Ryzen 3 1300X
  • Low single-thread performance takes away the Ryzen "wow factor"
  • Gaming performance doesn't match up to competing Intel parts
  • Setup complicated (memory
  • HPET
  • CCX
  • SMT
  • And power pro
  • Memory Compatibility Limited
  • The R3 1300X is less attractive than the 1200 considering it costs $20 more and only overclocks another 100MHz

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  Published: 2019-01-14, Author: Ian , review by: anandtech.com

  • Battling CPUs at $60 is going to be a tough call. Do you throw the best hardware around the chip that money can buy to compare the absolute limits of the hardware under ideal conditions, or do you keep it more reasonable for the price bracket it is intend...

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  Published: 2018-11-21, Author: John , review by: servethehome.com

  • For many use cases, the Intel Xeon E-2136 is all that you will need. It provides high clock speeds and lots of performance that puts the entire Intel Xeon E3-1200 V6 line to shame. If you are a dedicated web host, using the Intel Xeon E-2136 is going to b...

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  Published: 2018-01-25, Author: Michael , review by: phoronix.com

  • Abstract:  Earlier this week I posted some benchmarks looking at Intel Pentium vs. AMD Ryzen 3 performance for Linux gaming. Those tests on the Pentium and Ryzen systems were done with both NVIDIA and AMD Radeon graphics for seeing how the gaming performance compar...

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  Published: 2017-11-09, Author: Silvio , review by: notebookcheck.net

  • Abstract:  With AMD's Ryzen 3, the Zen architecture has trickled down into the entry-level market. Lacking SMT, the affordable CPUs did fairly well in our tests regardless, and are most certainly a viable alternative and worthy of a recommendation for entry-level sy...

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  Published: 2017-10-05, Author: garfi3ld , review by: lanoc.org

  • So I think most people will admit that AMD has had a lot of wins this year with all of the Ryzen launches. As I found out in our 1700v7700K coverage the 7700K was still a great performing CPU, especially when looking at gaming performance. But with ju...

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  Published: 2017-08-10, Author: Nathan , review by: legitreviews.com

  • The AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1950X and Threadripper 1920X are very impressive processors that did extremely well in content creation benchmarks that take advantage of having a 16-core, 32-thread processor in the system. The good news is a good number of app...

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  Published: 2017-08-04, Author: HP , review by: relaxedtech.com

  • 50% More Cores Than Core i3, Outstanding Performance, Fully Unlocked, Can Easily Be OC'd to 4Ghz+, Perfect For Multi-Tasking, Future-Proof Platform, Great Price/Performance Value, Runs Very Cool
  • Memory Compatibility Limited
  • AMD continues to dominate the CPU market with their Ryzen processors and the Ryzen 3 lineup is no exception. Intel's Core i3 lineup is all 2C/4T and have a locked multiplier while the Ryzen 3 lineup comes with four cores and a fully unlocked multiplier. M...

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  Published: 2017-08-03, Author: Michael , review by: phoronix.com

  • These Ryzen 3 CPUs with a 65 Watt TDP are much more power efficient than older Bulldozer CPUs at 125 Watts when in some tests offering similar performance, but not quite up to the performance-per-Watt Intel has with Kabylake (i3-7100 at 51 Watt TDP for re...

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  Published: 2017-07-31, Author: Rafael , review by: hardwaresecrets.com

  • IntroAfter launching Ryzen 7 (high-end) and Ryzen 5 (mainstream) lineups, AMD released last week the Ryzen 3 entry CPUs. There are two new models: the Ryzen 3 1300X (3.5 GHz base clock, 3.7 GHz turbo clock) and the Ryzen 3 1200 (3.1 GHz base clock, 3.4 GH...

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  Published: 2017-07-28, Author: Steve , review by: gamersnexus.net

  • The R3 1200 is in a significantly more advantaged position than the 1300X, and continues the interesting trend AMD has going with its stack. Just like with the R7 series, it seems most wise to purchase the lower-tier unit of the R3 CPUs – as they are both...

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