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AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Expert Reviews

Reviewed on 2017-03-02
Well, here's the moment we've all been waiting for. AMD's hotly anticipated Ryzen processors have finally dropped, and gamers and enthusiasts finally have an option other than Intel when it comes to selecting a CPU for their next rig.Intel has had free re...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-03
If you are looking for a power saving processor – this may not be the ultimate choice. However AMD has managed to make this processor a bit more power friendly – it sports a 95-watt TDP, making it one of the more power efficient high performance processor...
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Reviewed on 2017-06-02
To help us with our Ryzen 7 1800X review, AMD supplied us with a few components to go along with the CPU itself including a motherboard, RAM, and a cooler (since the 1800X doesn't come with a cooler in the box). Here's our test setup:Motherboard: Gigabyte...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-23
In this review we'll be focusing on benchmarks first and we'll be releasing more articles throughout the next few weeks including CPU scaling, Crossfire performance, temperature performance on various cooling solutions, etc. For now let's focus on pure pe...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-20
and SpecificationsRyzen has been long awaited and anticipated with many leaks revealing its stellar performance. Since the FX lineup, AMD has been continuously working on building a new CPU architecture from the ground up which would even require a new m...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-09
Where do you start with a processor like Ryzen? The hype for this product has been unprecedented since its first mention. AMD has been long absent from mainstream competitive processor performance, and for the last five years Intel has sat on a positive m...
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Reviewed on 2017-05-03
Begone Bulldozer. AMD's Zen architecture is here to lay to rest those long, nightmarish days of lacklustre AMD processors. Genuine competition in the CPU space is here again with the top-end Ryzen 7 1800X offering serious computational grunt for half the...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-18
On this review, we are taking a look at the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU. A multi-threaded monster featuring 8-cores and 16-threads operating at 3.6 GHz base clock. The R7 1800X is at the top of AMD's X86 food chain at the moment, and is compared head-to-head w...
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Reviewed on 2017-04-01
AMD is back. The red team has spent years on the ropes after conceding the high ground to Intel, but now the firm has unleashed its Ryzen processors and much-anticipated Zen architecture – and the first chip to use this new technology is a barnstormer.The...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-21
One aspect we have to take into account is that the AM4 Summit Ridge platform is in its earliest days. We used two boards during our testing, an MSI X370 XPower Gaming Titanium and an Asus ROG Crosshair 6 Hero - both supplied by AMD - but try as we might...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-20
Good multi-threaded performance, Good price-to-performance ratio, Low TemperatureRelatively low single-threaded performance, Overclocking is hit or miss, Low performance in 1080p
It's been several years (4 – 5 years) since AMD has released any CPUs. Of course, we can't forget their APUs that has been making them relevant in the lower-end market of PC gaming. Anyone that's a computer enthusiast, however, knows that to get the best...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-17
After four years in the making, the AMD Ryzen processors have finally made their way to consumers earlier this month. Leading Ryzen's arrival into the market is the most powerful member of its family: the AMD Ryzen 7 1800X processor.Offering a base clock...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-17
AMD processors are competitive again, Outstanding performance in heavy multi-threaded apps, Cheaper than Intel HEDT processors, Single-threaded performance improved, Low power draw and excellent power efficiency, Platform updated to include latest feature...Horrible motherboards / BIOS, feels not ready for market, Limited game performance, Memory frequency options and memory compatibility limited, Setup complicated (memory, HPET, CCX, SMT, and power profile), Overclocking barely worth it, Requires optimized...
AMD launched its much awaited Ryzen 7 processor family. AMD has been known to be a PC processor company way before it acquired ATI in 2006 to also become a graphics company. Owning a PC with a fast AMD processor has been a 'hip' thing and told people aro...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-13
There's always been a debate in the PC enthusiast community between AMD and Intel, but serious competition between the two brands has faded in recent years, with Intel pulling steadily away for both performance and value. We've long been awaiting AMD's co...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-10
For the last decade, every Intel processor review used the previous generation Intel processor as the primary point of reference, because AMD couldn't compete. With Ryzen, all of that changes. The Ryzen 7 1800X isn't the second coming of the Athlon 64, bu...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-08
Value for money, Performance, Factory-unlocked processorNo XFR or Precision Boost when overclocking
Ryzen uses the Zen microarchitecture, based on a 14nm FinFET manufacturing process, and utilises a new AM4 socket. It also finally debuts AMD’s new – and much-needed – Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT) tech to the table. This is similar to Intel’s Hyper-...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-08
Impressive multicore performance, Price is far lower than competition, Excellent Price/Performance value for content creatorsGames still need to be optimized for 8core/16 Threads, Not compatible with DDR3 RAM
It might have been a long four year development cycle but AMD is finally back to reclaim the throne as the leader of the CPU market with the all-new Ryzen processors. AMD says that Ryzen is capable of delivering the same performances as Intel's most expen...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-07
Outstanding multicore performance, Great value for money, Impressive thermal efficiencySinglecore performance lags behind cheaper Intel chips, No integrated graphics, Won't fit AM3motherboards
Sign up for our daily newsletter It's been four years in the making, but here we have it at last: a family of AMD processors that finally looks like it can stand up to Intel. Ryzen is a collection of desktop processors based on the much-anticipated Zen...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-06
Although AMD never stopped selling processors for desktop PCs, it has felt an awful lot like it did for the last few years. Intel has so dominated the market at all levels, from budget machines right up to the most expensive enthusiast rigs, that there wa...
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Reviewed on 2017-03-04
Superb multithreaded performance at stock clocks, Boost frequencies help to enhance singlethreaded performance, $499 (~£490) selling price (!), Soldered heatspreader allows for good cooling, Unlocked CPU multiplier, Overall cost can be low thanks to the A...Gaming performance is not well suited for ultra high refresh rates, Some memory speed limitations – difficult pushing past 3.2GHz, Dualchannel memory and sixteen PCIe lanes for GPUs may be limitations to some prosumers
The wait is finally over for what seems to be one of the most eagerly-anticipated pieces of computer hardware in recent history. Four years in the making and over 2 million engineering hours put into bringing it to life, AMD's Zen is finally here. Leading...
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