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Reviews of AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz Socket AM4

Testseek.com have collected 366 expert reviews of the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz Socket AM4 and the average rating is 89%. Scroll down and see all reviews for AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz Socket AM4.
Award: Editor’s Choice April 2018
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The editors liked

  • Strong Performance
  • Easily Overclockable
  • Competitive Pricing
  • Solid increase in performance of previous generation
  • Backwards compatible with 300-series motherboards
  • Soldered IHS (better cooling performance)
  • Comes with cooler
  • More Overclockable
  • More Refined Features
  • Faster than previous-gen Ryzen models
  • Bundled cooler adds value
  • Backward compatibility with 300-series motherboards
  • Indium solder improves thermal transfer
  • Significant performance boost vs. 1800X
  • Bundled coolers
  • Backward-compatible with 300-series motherboards
  • Indium solder
  • Better memory and cache performance
  • Improves on an already good CPU
  • More performance for less money
  • Maintains the same socket
  • Solid performance improvements
  • Outstanding performance in multi-threaded apps
  • More affordable than competing Intel processors
  • Unlocked CPU multiplier
  • Supports existing AM4 motherboards
  • CPU cooler with RGB lighting included
  • Soldered IHS
  • Great productivity and allaround performance. Stock and OC'ed 2700X are mostly faster than the 8700K. Power

The editors didn't like

  • Price. Limited value for money
  • Conclusion
  • Single Thread Perf Still Trails Intel
  • Limited overclocking headroom
  • Higher Peak Power Than Predecessors
  • Max Overclocked Frequencies Still Much Lower Than Intel
  • Needs a better cooler for overclocking
  • No value-oriented 400-series motherboards yet
  • Large performance deficit compared to a stock Ryzen 7 2700X
  • Still no overclocking headroom
  • Not super-new design
  • Single-threaded performance still lower than Intel's
  • Limited overclocking potential
  • Memory still a bit more problematic than on Intel
  • Lacks integrated graphics
  • Stability problems on the 300series boards. Overclocked and generational gains are limited for gamers. The R7 2700X's Wraith Prism cooler struggles during heavy OCs

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  Published: 2019-09-13, Author: Nathan , review by: legitreviews.com

  • Abstract:  Legit Reviews has been using Blender in our benchmarks for years and hopefully you've found the results worthwhile and interesting. Blender, for those that might not know, is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D p...

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  Published: 2019-09-03, Author: Nathan , review by: legitreviews.com

  • Abstract:  Geekbench 5 was officially released by Primate Labs today and Legit Reviews has been taking a look at this benchmark in the lab. The release of Geekbench 5 brings new machine learning, augmented reality, and computational photography workloads to the CPU...

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  Published: 2019-05-08, review by: techgage.com

  • We recently updated our Linux testing suite a wee bit, making minor changes, but at the expense of dropping all single-threaded benchmarks – by accident. We hadn't thought much about every single set of results being hugely optimized for core counts, whic...

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  Published: 2019-05-03, Author: Steve , review by: gamersnexus.net

  • Abstract:  AMD didn't claim that its R7 2700X Gold Edition would be special in any frequency or binning sense of the word, but exposure to the Intel i7-8086K has obviously led us to project our hopes onto AMD that it would be binned. This is, of course, a fault of o...

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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: 2018-12-26, Author: Steve , review by: gamersnexus.net

  • The Intel i7-9700K received ample criticism at unveil for being the first “gaming,” S-class i7 in recent history to drop hyperthreading. The move was accompanied by an increase in physical core count to 8C, but followed the previous move from 4C/8T to 6C/...

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  Published: 2018-12-14, review by: benchmarkreviews.com

  • Price. Limited value for money, Conclusion
  • Regardless of what your budget is, there's a CPU that can meet your needs without emptying your bank account. Faster and more efficient CPUs are released every year, so there's no reason to pay for more than what you really need. But if you're an avid gam...

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  Published: 2018-11-26, Author: Steve , review by: gamersnexus.net

  • By name and by marketing, the i5 CPU is most comparable to the R5 CPUs. The R5 2600's current $160 price-point makes it a less direct comparison, and the 2600X, which would perform about where an overclocked 2600 performs, is about $220. This is also che...

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  Published: 2018-11-26, Author: Steven , review by: techspot.com

  • Battlefield V is playable on quad-cores but you can expect frequent frame dips, resulting in less consistent frame rates. For the most part, we've found that the older Core i5-7600K has been hanging in there pretty well with AAA titles released in 2018, b...

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  Published: 2018-10-26, Author: Jeff , review by: Techreport.com

  • Abstract:  Intel's recent launch of the Core i9-9900K has a lot of people asking what it means to have the best gaming CPU around. The answer to that question is complicated, and we wanted to take a break from our usual System Guide format to dive deep into this spe...

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