AMD Ryzen 7 Series CPU Review: Benchmarks and Gaming Performance

It’s finally here! The practically full review of the Ryzen 7 series, the 1800X, 1700X and 1700. I say practically because I want to cover a couple other areas a bit further down the road. AMD is back and they did a great job with the new release, whether it be gaming or workload performance. As always, check out the link below for my full written review at PureOC. Ryzen is awesome!!!
http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail/amd-ryzen-7-cpu-series-review/

If you haven’t seen it yet, check out my streaming performance review of Ryzen.

Closer Look – 2:51
Overclocking – 9:27
CPU Benchmarks – 15:59
Gaming Benchmarks – 21:33
Conclusion 30:29

1800X
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113430&cm_re=ryzen-_-19-113-430-_-Product

1700X
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113429&cm_re=ryzen-_-19-113-429-_-Product

1700
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819113428&cm_re=ryzen-_-19-113-428-_-Product

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Comments

The Impartial Truth says:

8:41 – DAT L2/L3 CACHES SPEED!

Sacco Belmonte says:

No problem at all with Tomb raider on a 1800x and a 980ti SC just solid high FPS

Guy Ferrante says:

I just build 2 Ryzen 1700 system and both of them run at 3.2 just like yours. CPUZ benchmark is amazing . Great Video!

intermarer says:

Sold! My next CPU will be a Ryzen 7 1700.

GaZe D4V1D says:

Once you manually clock ryzen I’m fairly certain that XFR gets disabled. Feel free to correct me. Great video!

Loardofalltacos says:

My 1700 clocked @ 3.2GHz on all cores out of the box, it hit 3.7 on all cores @ 1.225v core auto everything else, I currently have it at 3.825GHz @1.275v core 1.132v SOC, on a Gigabyte AX370 gaming 5 with 16GB’s of G.skill Ripjaws V running XMP 1 3200MHz 14-14-14-34, I’m trying to get the best stable overclock for under 1.3vcore to help improve the CPU life span.

If optimizations come to make Ryzen better that will be great but if they don’t it wont be a deal breaker either, Ryzen is extremely competitive and still allowes a solid upgrade path if you use a X370 MOBD.

HimouraTheBatosai says:

this comment is in no way to you, but i love how the other reviewers keep saying “real world ppl don’t game at 4k blah blah” then end up testing with dual titan xp chips. sure, i get that they want to eliminate gpu bottleneck, but then don’t in the same review mention crap like “real world” when the real world is running cards like 1060/107/970/960 etc… i want to see the “REAL” real world comparison with 7700 vs 1700 on a 1060 or 1070 and see if the disparity is that great.

thelastrebel87 says:

maybe your 1700 is a silicon lottery winner

Anibal Perez says:

do me a big favor stop lying to people already have 3 different motherboard from x370 and a couple of ryzen CPU dead and arrival I finally got one working and it kept crashing every 5-10 minutes my PC will crash out of nowhere for no reason

ahmed Alghamdi says:

Thank you

MarkWithoutName says:

Holy shit man, how long did all of this benchmarking take? Nice vid, subbed 🙂

1967 kID says:

that’s why I’m going to wait for summer

Alexander Rewijk says:

r7 1700 is the shit!
AMD really lowered the entry cost for a true high performance desktop platform here

JustMakingVideos says:

great intro 🙂

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