Review AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Processor
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Processor

I just went from 1700X to 2700X. The average clock rate of 2700X (4GHz) upon full load is 500MHz faster than 1700X (3.5GHz) during inventory hours. Use a DDR4 4 x 8GB to increase the speed of DDR4 memory from 2933 to 3200MHz. All these improvements make the upgrade worthwhile for me. With AMD Ryzen Master Utility to unlock game mode, processor clock speed can dynamically reach 4.3GHz! Of course, AMD's performance exceeded itself this time. I am very happy with the decision to move to the next level: Dr.


The performance price of the first generation Ryzen and the current Intel processors cannot exceed the 2700X, which is $ 30 million cheaper than the price of 8.7 million.
Compatible with earlier versions of X370 and B350 motherboards (with correct BIOS update)
The clock rate is much higher than 1700X, especially when fully loaded up to 500MHz per hour!
Precision Boost 2.0 and XFR2 are integrated into the CPU, which means these features are complete and can be used even with older X370 motherboards
Compared to 1700X, it has higher DDR4 memory capacity and better compatibility
Although CPU TDP is 10W and 1700X, the operating temperature is almost the same
AMD Ryzen Master Utility really effective!
- Prism Wraith CPU cooler is included, compatible with CPU speed


- The overclocking area is very limited unless severe heat dissipation is used, for example B. LN02
- The expected future version of the higher 2800X version may regret the user who bought the 2700X
- It comes to the motherboard, not the 2700X issue. Compared to the X370 chipset, the X470 chipset has not really improved in most areas and functions.
- Only two of the four DIMM sockets can be used to achieve the best DDR4 memory speed. The use of two memory cards can reach 3666 MHz, but the use of four memory cards can reach only 3200 MHz
Initially no support for PCI-E Lane (24) processors (except for improvements to X470 or future Z490 chipset)

Is it worth upgrading to 2700X in the end? It all depends on your current computer and how you spend your money. For example, if you have a GTX1060 or RX 570, a GPU upgrade might result in better performance improvements than an upgrade from 1700X to 2700X. However, if you have a computer 5 years or older, I would say the upgrade can be useful if you need multitasking on the computer. If you monitor the device’s screen during playback, streaming, and music playback, the 2700X is for you

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Processor Specs
  • Unlock 8 cores / 16 threads
  • Repeatability: 4.3 GHz Max Boost. The basic clock is 3.7 GHz
  • Compatibility: Windows 10 64-bit edition, RHEL x86 64-bit, Ubuntu x86 64-bit
  • Integrated 20MB cache
  • Motherboard requires AM4 slot and supports 10-64 bit RHEL x86 64-bit Ubuntu x86 64-bit

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