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Testseek.com have collected 102 expert reviews of the Intel Core i7 7820X 4.30GHz Socket LGA1248 and the average rating is 82%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Intel Core i7 7820X 4.30GHz Socket LGA1248.
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The editors liked

  • Great multi-threaded performance
  • Sits in the sweet spot in the Core X-Series
  • Good overclocking performance
  • Current LGA2011v3 coolers will work on the new LGA2066 socket
  • Strong multithreaded performance
  • Workstation and productivity applications
  • Impressive performance in both single- and multi-core workloads
  • Least costly compatible motherboards are significantly less than for competing AMD Threadripper boards
  • Performance
  • Overclocking
  • Power consumption
  • SkylakeX topped our performance charts
  • Bringing a much better value over BroadwellE on the highend

The editors didn't like

  • Only 28 PCI-Express lanes
  • ThreadRipper 1920X offers much of the same plus full 64 PCIe lanes
  • Performance regression in some games and applications
  • Price
  • Power consumption
  • Thermal paste
  • AMD's Ryzen 7 1800X isn't that far behind
  • Considering the much cheaper chip and compatible boards
  • Threadripper offers many more PCIe lanes (if you need them)
  • Not soldered
  • It's extremely power hungry and considerably more expensive than Ryzen equivalents

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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: 2018-08-14, Author: Paul , review by: tomshardware.com

  • Abstract:  It's one of the greatest questions of our time: AMD or Intel? Today, that rivalry has entered a new stage of Cinebench taunting as AMD's 2000-series Threadripper processors, commonly known as Threadripper 2, come to market to compete against Intel's Skyla...

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  Published: 2018-04-02, Author: Bình , review by: topnewreview.com

  • Fantastic all-round performance; unlocked multiplier for easy overclocking.4/58 Total ScoreIntel Core i7-7820X ReviewAdd your review...

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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: 2017-09-13, Author: Matt , review by: computershopper.com

  • Impressive performance in both single- and multi-core workloads, Least costly compatible motherboards are significantly less than for competing AMD Threadripper boards
  • AMD's Ryzen 7 1800X isn't that far behind, considering the much cheaper chip and compatible boards, Threadripper offers many more PCIe lanes (if you need them)
  • Intel's eight-core Core X Series CPU is a fine performer for serious content creators or extreme multi-taskers. But if you can live with slightly less performance, the Ryzen 7 1800X (and its motherboards) are a much better value. Read More...

 
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  Published: 2017-09-07, Author: Bob , review by: thinkcomputers.org

  • Great multi-threaded performance, Sits in the sweet spot in the Core X-Series, Good overclocking performance, Current LGA2011v3 coolers will work on the new LGA2066 socket
  • Only 28 PCI-Express lanes, ThreadRipper 1920X offers much of the same plus full 64 PCIe lanes
  • Intel's Core X-Series really has a chip for everyone, pricing starts at $242 and goes all the way up to $1999. This new high-end desktop (HEDT) lineup from Intel is sure different from what we've seen in the past, it is a big result of what AMD did with R...

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  Published: 2017-09-05, Author: Bruno , review by: reviewstudio.net

  • performance, overclocking, power consumption
  • not soldered
  • Intel LGA2066 platform brought new generations of CPUs, ranging from 4 to 18 cores. Today I've tested the Skylake-X 8-core SKU- i7-7820X – and Kabylake-X flagship – i7-7740X (4-core).The CPUs are good, especially in overclocking where 5GHz is not a proble...

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  Published: 2017-08-31, review by: Computerpoweruser.com

  • Abstract:  We still don't know how Intel's highest core-count Skylake-X processors will perform, but here's an eight-core appetizer to nibble on in the meantime.The Intel Core i7-7820X is, at least architecturally, closer to the Core i9-7900X than to the Kaby Lake-X...

 
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  Published: 2017-08-16, review by: proclockers.com

  • Intel's Core i7-7820X is a beast of a CPU, easily capable of plowing through gaming, transcoding, rendering and streaming all at the same time. Handily beating Intel's own i7-5960X of last generation across the board, and for a far lower street price of $...

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  Published: 2017-08-09, Author: Michael , review by: phoronix.com

  • Abstract:  While the June launch of Intel's X-Series processors took the attention with the top-end Core i9 7900X Skylake-X and Core i7 7740X Kabylake-X processors, coming in several hundred dollars less than the i9-7900X is the i7-7820X, which still packs a very ha...

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