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AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz 8-Core/16 Threads AM4 Processor with Wraith Prism Cooler, 100-100000071BOX

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  • A powerful 8-core processor with 16 threads
  • With Zen 2 architecture
  • Features 32MB of L3 cache, 24 PCIe Gen 4 lanes
  • Support for dual-channel 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM
  • Designed for socket AM4 motherboards
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The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6 GHz AM4 Processor is a powerful 8-core processor with 16 threads. It is especially designed for socket AM4 motherboards. Designed with Zen 2 architecture, the third-generation 7nm Ryzen processor offers increased performance than its predecessor. It has a base clock speed of 3.6 GHz and can reach a max boost clock speed of 4.4 GHz. Besides, the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X features 32MB of L3 cache, 24 PCIe generation 4 lanes and support for dual-channel 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM. You can pair it with an AMD X500-series motherboard to fully take advantage of PCIe 4.0. It has a 65W TDP (thermal design power) and includes a Wraith Prism cooler with RGB LED lighting.


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Reviewed in Australia on 22 October 2020
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1.0 out of 5 stars Damaged box on arrival. Thermal paste everywhere
By Kylie on 22 October 2020
The box was damaged when it arrived. Thankfully the factory seal was intact. However there is visible tampering with the fan and chip - thermal paste fingerprints everywhere, dust inside the fans like it had been opened and left out... or even used. The pre-applied thermal paste on the fan was slightly messy but intact. Very disappointed in the quality of the packing and handling for this $500AUD CPU. I expected better from Amazon.
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5.0 out of 5 stars great to non-overclocking user
By Amazon Customer on 16 December 2020
to me, have no reason to brave over-clocking at all. Fast enough for most software including some latest games. warmth , noise are all fine. GPU is usually warmer and noisier than this CPU when gaming, rest of time, barely use more than 20% of its capacity.

factory default setting, I think : 70C - 2000 RPM, over 70C, fans could run wilder, and louder too. its temperature is around 66-72C when rendering videos , relatively, the usage of it when rendering is about 14% -20% at 4.1 - 4.3G. when idle, or a few webpages are on, it is usually at 4.1G, 2%-5%
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Reviewed in Australia on 25 July 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Performance and Value
By robert on 25 July 2020
Loving this cpu, came earlier than expected, gave it a try and no regrets Temps stay below 72 degrees under gaming load and thats with a heater on in my room.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing Update.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 July 2019
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2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing Update.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 25 July 2019
*UPDATE*
I have found overclocking to 4250 with 1.3v being optimum on both temps and performance. Obviously it'll depend on motherboard and memory, but it's only 5-10oc hotter than the 2700X now. I do however get the odd crash in WOW but it's OCCT stable after an hour /shrug

Also note: the boost clock frequency AMD state is sadly for ONE CORE ONLY, you might get 2 or even 3,but not all - which is why PBO gives better results, basically though some cores can be 100mhz+ less than advertised boost and thus trying to manually clock to those is impossible... We're buying binned 3800Xs here.

There's quite the riot at the moment as intel claims it's boost speeds are all cores and so we're AMDs on the 1000 and 2000 series, so not sure why they've gone down this route now, but it leaves a sour taste in your mouth regardless!

*ORIGINAL REVIEW*
Everyone was expecting 4.5ghz and intel beating performance after the success of the 2700X, dropping down to 7nm was going to be a game changer, and it has, it's pushed people towards Intel again. Let me explain.

My 2700X @4.2ghz has been rock solid till recently, anyway, 30-40oc desktop, 50-55 gaming.

The new CPU comes and I plop it in after nicely cleaning the hell out the water block with Tim cleaner - a proper job, with some kryonaut bobbed on, 55oc bios temps, odd, hit windows - see 60s get confused.

Shuts down, rips off the cooler, cleans and reapplies expensive kryonaut on. Boots, 55oc..poggers.

Long story short, cpu runs hot, so hot there's no argument for intel vs amd for temps now.

Performance wise, still slower than a 9700k, but it's closed the gap.

A pain to cool, be lucky if you hit 4.3 all cores.. Bearing in mind my 2700X was stable at that but the temps were too high.

So I leave PBO on and have it at stock.. Run a ICCT Bench and my cpu hits the low 80s, suddenly drops to 75oc,and then goes back up to 80s and then boom black screen.

Reboot and bios reports overheating cpu.. Pogchamp.

So TLDR, Its quicker than last gen but 10-20oc hotter, it uses more volts, PBO overclocking better. Runs higher vcore on idle than load.

Would i recommend this? Not unless you wanted PCIE4 for drive speed, or unless the 9700k is out of stock.

I have a h110i GT at the front of a phanteks enthoo luxe (stripped) with 4x fans push pull on the rad (3x akasa sp fans), photos above, it's cool in there good airflow so it's not a potato cooler at fault here.

There's rage rant all over reddit and amd forums, feels like we're still beta testers!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ryzen 7 3700x, nervoso e reattivo come un'auto sportiva.
Reviewed in Italy on 11 February 2020
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Reviewed in Italy on 11 February 2020
Ryzen 7 3700x
Non starò a scrivere di prestazioni o benchmark, di queste cose se ne trovano a valanga in rete.
Voglio invece scrivere di ciò che mi ha inizialmente confuso e rassicurare coloro che ne acquisteranno uno, o che confusi quanto lo ero io, cercano eventuali risposte anche nelle recensioni.

Già dal primo avvio da bios, la prima cosa che salta agli occhi è il suo Vcore da 1,44V apparentemente spropositato, tanto da sembrare sbagliato. Una volta caricato il sistema operativo, utilizzando qualsiasi programma di monitoraggio, noterete dei picchi assurdi da 1,5V anche in idle.
Ho letto una marea di forum e discussioni a riguardo, e quasi tutti, arrivano infine alla stessa conclusione. Il vostro 3700x non ha nessun problema, come dice la stessa AMD (ho letto ciò nei forum ma non ho mai letto il comunicato ufficiale), questi Ryzen sono programmati per comportarsi così.
A quanto pare, per dirla molto in breve, se lasciato tutto in automatico da bios, il Vcore è relativamente ad alto voltaggio ma basso amperaggio, con l'aumentare del carico di lavoro del processore, aumenta l'amperaggio e di conseguenza si riduce il voltaggio, mantenendo un rapporto corrente tensione, atto a garantire le massime prestazioni, ma sempre entro i limiti di sicurezza del processore. Ho letto di molti che preoccupati castrano il processore, dandogli -0,15V di offset, cosa che inizialmente avevo fatto pure io.

Le frequenze appaiono altrettanto anomale, in idle, non le vedrete scendere sotto i 3,5GHz, e basta muovere il mouse, per svegliare il boost, e farle salire a 4,4Ghz.

Un informatico su un forum, descriveva i comportamenti del Vcore e delle frequenze in idle, con un'analogia molto semplice e chiara. “Questi Ryzen, si comportano come un pilota su un auto sportiva al semaforo del via. Continua a dare colpi sul gas per tenere i giri del motore alti, mantenendolo pronto e reattivo al momento del verde”.

Il problema per molti, è che questo comportamento può diventare alla lunga fastidioso, sopratutto perchè si ripercuote sulle temperature e sulle ventole.
Anche in idle, la temperatura può oscillare di 15 C° in 2 secondi, e vista su un grafico, appare come un dente di sega, con bruschi aumenti, e più lente discese nel tempo. Con il mio dissipatore Noctua NH-D14, la temperatura, oscilla tra i 30C° e i 40°con picchi fino a 60C°, ma leggevo di persone che avevano più o meno lo stesso andamento anche con raffreddamento a liquido.
Il Noctua per fortuna è silenziosissimo e non percepisco le variazioni di velocità delle ventole, mentre le ventole del case, le ho tutte pilotate da un fan controller esterno, quindi non reagiscono in automatico alle temperature.

Ovviare a questo problema è comunque molto semplice. Basta aprire le “opzioni risparmio energia (di Windows)/AMD Ryzen Balanced/risparmio energia del processore” e ridurre del 1% il “valore massimo prestazioni del processore”, portandole al 99%. Io ho ridotto anche il valore minimo al 98%, essendo come valore predefinito il 99%.
Questo elimina l'effetto dei “colpi sul gas”, bloccando il boost e stabilizzando Vcore, frequenze, temperature e di conseguenza anche le ventole. Personalmente non l'ho provato su programmi o lavori gravosi per la cpu, ma sebbene questo espediente blocchi il boost in idle, o su programmi banali come firefox e vlc, nei giochi si attiva comunque e senza aver riscontrato cali di fps.

Nella prima parte della foto (a sinistra), è possibile vedere “i colpi di gas” sulle frequenze e l'andamento a dente di sega delle temperature, anche se le uniche applicazioni aperte sono quelle per il monitoraggio. Da metà foto verso destra, tutto stabilizzato riducendo il processore dell'1% come sopra descritto. La temperatura della stanza era tra i 18C° e 19C°.

Una volta capito, mi ci sto trovando a meraviglia e lo consiglio senza indugio.
Non dò 5 stelle perchè potevano inserire un altro profilo meno reattivo oltre al “Balanced”, evitando così, di far passare le giornate sui forum a molte persone come me. Chi sà, forse lo inseriranno in futuro.

23/11/2020
Per chi invece è interessato alle sole prestazioni, aggiungo una foto dei test in Cinebench R20 con PBO attivo e soli +25MHz sul MaxPBO.
Con gli ultimi bios 2802 della Strix X570-F, il PBO restituiesce buoni risultati per tutti quelli che come me non hanno le competenze o la voglia e il tempo di fare OC manuale.
Sulle schede madri Asus, è in oltre presente una nuova voce nel menu dedicato al PBO, "PBO Fmax Enhance", la quale una volta abilitata, porta il boost in single clock, al valore pubblicizzato e oltre, valore pubblicizzato che come risaputo non veniva raggiunto su molti Ryzen 3000, il mio compreso, il quale si fermava a 4,375 GHz.
L'attivazione del PBO, paradossalmente riduce anche i picchi di tensione in single core, i quali non arrivano più a 1,5V , ma si fermano a1,48V - 1,49V e questi vengono raggiunti molto raramente e senza ulteriori espedienti come quello della recensione.

09/12/2020
Il momento tanto atteso è arrivato!
Con i bios 3001 rilasciati da asus questa notte, sulla mia scheda madre X570-F, le temperature sono finalmente stabili in idle e su carichi leggeri senza alcun espediente.
Preciso solo che ho fatto prove con il PBO abilitato , perché da quel che ho notato, il mio ryzen ne beneficia a 360° e senza aumenti di temperature nell'uso quotidiano.
Dopo un anno di soli miglioramenti, posso ritenermi così soddisfatto da portare il mio voto da 4 a 5 stelle.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Very disappointed about the delivery of the product
Reviewed in India on 19 August 2020
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Reviewed in India on 19 August 2020
Received the product before the scheduled delivery date. But one of the product was completely damaged, seal was broken and it was already been used cause the thermal paste was applied and washed away from processor. And the heatsink damaged, fan was separated from the heatsink as you see from the image.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great CPU.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 July 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excelente procesador tanto para juegos como para edicion.
Reviewed in Spain on 30 July 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excelente procesador tanto para juegos como para edicion.
Reviewed in Spain on 30 July 2019
Ryzen 3700x

Montado en ASUS Crosshair VII y con 16gb de gskill 3600, voy a valorar lo que me ha parecido este procesador.
En si ha dado un buen paso en comparación al 2700x que es el que tenía anteriormente, de media sobre 10/20 fps a los juegos que normalmente juego, no entrare a valorar con otros juegos que nunca he usado, en multitarea la verdad que también he notado algo de mejoría respecto al 2700x.

En cuanto a compatibilidad con la memoria, de momento no he tenido ningún problema en ponerlas a 3600, también decir que justo me ha llegado cuando han sacado el micro código AGESA 1.0.0.3AB para Asus, pero también me he encontrado con algún, pero, que ahora los comentare.

Hacer OC ahora mismo con las bios que hay es bastante absurdo, saca bastante mas rendimiento en modo auto y con el PBO, pero también tiene algunas cosas que no me han gustado, por ejemplo el Voltaje se dispara, AMD ya ha salido diciendo que es normal, pero para mi gusto demasiado alto, tiene picos que casi llegan a 1.5v, luego las temperaturas dentro de Windows si no se activa el modo Balanceo de RYZEN son bastante altas, estamos hablando de una media de 50º y eso que voy con liquida custom, con la actualización del chipset y el modo balanceo la cosa ya cambia, esta en idle sobre 38º, en full carga alcanza sobre los 70º también por el alto voltaje que hay, espero que en poco tiempo mejoren este aspecto como en las anteriores generaciones.

En cuanto si vale la pena coger la plataforma X570, en mi opinión por el precio que tiene si no es que necesitas el PCIE 4.0 mas vale coger una B450 o X470 y el dinero que sobra invertirlo en otro apartado.

El apartado que menos me ha gustado, también hay que decir que depende del fabricante ahora mismo, es en el apartado de BIOS, apenas puedes tocar muchas cosas, dado que a la mínima ya no arranca, lo mejor a día de hoy estando como están la BIOS que se tienen que pulir es dejarlo en modo AUTO el apartado del procesado.

Resumiendo, me parece una gran procesador y AMD ha vuelto hacer un producto muy competitivo, pero con precios ajustados, aun no hace ni un mes que han salido y bueno creo que las bios las tienen que pulir aun bastante, espero que para setiembre ya estén bien pulidas y poder aun exprimir mas el potencial de este procesador, a medida que vayan mejorando iré subiendo que tal va la mejora.

EDITO:
Justo ayer sacaron nueva BIOS y nuevo código de chipset, ahora ya he podido tocar parte del overclock, decir que en el tema voltajes aun me hace extraños o no mide muy bien la temperatura pero con el tema de OC en BIOS ahora va perfecto, he conseguido poner en nada las rams a 3600 con cl 16-16-15-15-32-42 y uns subtimings bastante bajos, el procesador lo he subido hasta 4.3Mhz con un voltaje de 1.280v no obstante las temperaturas me siguen exactamente igual, solo bajan las temperaturas a rangos normales cuando el procesador lo dejo en stock y si PBO ni nada, el stock del mismo son 3600Mhz todo lo que pase de allí las temperaturas se disparan, supongo que tienen que pulir aun mas los microcódigos y las bios, pero de momento van bien encaminados, cuando pongan otro cambio volveré a editar.
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