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AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8 Core AM4 CPU/Processor with Wraith Spire 95W cooler

  • Eight Core with Sixteen Threads
  • 3.70GHz clock speed
  • 14nm FinFet Process
  • 16MB L3 Cache
  • Dual Channel DDR4 Controller

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    AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8 Core AM4 CPU/Processor with Wraith Spire 95W cooler Product Description





    • 8 "Zen" cores with a low 65 Watt Thermal Design Power (TDP)
    • 16 Threads thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT)
    • Very high single- and multi-thread performance
    • 3,0 GHz Base- & 3,7 GHz Turbo Clock with Precision Boost
    • Unlocked multiplier for manual overclocking (unlocked CPU)
    • Large memory cache: 4 MB L2 & 16 MB L3
    • Highly efficient, non-planar 14 Nanometre FinFET transistors
    • AVX2 instruction set extensions for complex vector calculations
    • Two AES units for fast and reliable data encryption
    • Modern AM4 platform with extensive features
    • Supports energy efficient DDR4-RAM (Dual-Channel)
    • Includes AMD Wraith Spire CPU cooler with red LED ring!

    The AMD Ryzen 7 1700 is a processor hailing from the new "Summit Ridge" generation with eight logical CPU cores that, thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT), are capable of processing two threads at once on each core. This means that the number of processor cores is effectively supplemented by the addition of eight further virtual cores to make a total of 16 effective cores. The 8-core top-of-the-range model functions at a high clock rate of 3,0 GHz per core which, due to the implementation of Precision Boost, performs real-time tuning in accordance with the performance demands placed on the processor. This holds true in respect to both games and applications, adjusting itself on-the-fly in precise 25 MHz increments within the TDP framework up to a maximum of 3,7 GHz.
    In addition to these improvements the chip architecture also produces less heat and operates more quietly than any of its predecessors and is specially designed and optimised to work at high clock frequencies. These optimisations are due in part to the drastic improvements in energy efficiency and the low 65 Watt Thermal Design Power (TDP) of the CPU cores. The impressive specifications of this processor demonstrate the extent to which AMD's time has been invested into research and development. This goes a long way towards explaining the massive single-thread performance increase of up to 40% in terms of Instructions Per Cycle (IPC) as well as the manner in which the processor excels in highly parallelised multi-thread applications. These combined factors result in consistent and optimal performance. 
    The silicon is lithographed in the advanced 14 nm FinFET manufacturing process with stacked transistors (also known as 3D transistors). This striking reduction in scale has resulted in space being freed up on the processor die, thereby permitting the integration of a total of 4 MB Level 2 Cache and a full 16 MB Level 3 Cache into the centrepiece of the PC. Due to the intelligently controlled cache buffer and thanks to the "Smart Prefetch" jump-prediction algorithms, Ryzen is capable of ensuring instantaneous data access and swift compute performance in all use cases - irrespective of whether the task involves gaming and Virtual Reality or cloud computing and virtualisation.
    All AMD Ryzen CPUs are "unlocked" and come with - as was the case with the "Black Editions" and "K" variants of earlier product ranges - an unlocked multiplier that allows overclockers to attain relatively high clock rates in a virtually foolproof manner. The aforementioned overclocks are easily achievable via manual alterations to the BIOS or UEFI, or by means of software tools designed for increasing the maximum factory-set boost clocks. Both an overclocking-friendly chipset such as the AMD X370, B350, or X300, as well as additional 3rd party cooling is necessary.
    AMD Ryzen 7 Box Motherboards equipped with the AM4 socket serve as the foundation for AMD's range of Ryzen CPUs, and they also offer cutting-edge interfaces. The CPU itself possesses four dedicated PCI-Express 3.0 lanes providing compatibility with modern SATA and PCI-Express SSDs in both M.2 and U.2 formats as well as support for the NVM-Express protocol (NVMe for short). A further 16 PCIe 3.0 lanes deliver abundant bandwidth for even high-end gaming graphics cards. Additional PCIe lanes for data storage, expansion cards and peripheral devices are allocated separately, dependent upon the chipset of the motherboard. The new AM4 platform also supports up-to-date external device interfaces like USB 3.1 Gen 2 with Type A and/or Type C connectors and high data transfer rates of up to 10 Gbit/s. The CPU's integrated memory controller supports AM4 motherboards as well as speedy and energy-efficient DDR4-RAM in dual-channel mode with or without ECC error correction. 
    Ryzen processors are also continually monitored by AMD's special "Pure Power" sensors. These sensors monitor temperatures, voltages and frequencies in order to perfectly tailor energy usage with an eye to different use case scenarios. Even with respect to SIMD instruction set extension AMD is now pulling up equal to the competition and has now mastered AVX2 (Advanced Vector Extensions), which enable dramatic performance improvements in floating-point calculations in scientific simulations, video-, picture- and audio editing, as well as video games and multimedia applications, in so far as the application supports this feature.
    Note: This is the boxed version including an AMD Wraith Spire CPU cooler with a red LED ring. All AMD Ryzen CPUs also require an AM4-compatible motherboard.
    • CPU Type- AMD Ryzen™ 7
    • CPU Model- 1700
    • Socket- AM4
    • Core Name- Zen
    • Manufacturing Process- 14 nm
    • Core- 8 Core
    • No. of Threads- 16
    • Clock Speed- 3.0 GHz
    • Turbo Speed- 3.7 GHz
    • Unlocked CPU Yes
    • Max. Memory Speed- DDR4 - 2400
    • Max. Memory Channels- Dual (2)
    • ECC Memory Support- Yes
    • PCIe Lanes Supported- 24 (16 GPU + 4 SSD + 4 Chipset)
    • L1 Cache- 8x 64 KB instruction caches, 8x 32 KB data caches
    • L2 Cache- 4MB
    • L3 Cache- 16MB
    • Max. TDP- 65W
    • Heatsink Active (With Heat Sink Fan)
    • Package Type- Retail

    Technical Specifications


    Cache 16 MB
    Cache Memory Details 16 MB
    Type / Form Factor AMD Ryzen 7 1700
    Number of Cores 8-core
    Number of Threads 16 threads
    Processor Qty 1
    Clock Speed 3 GHz
    Max Turbo Speed 3.7 GHz
    Compatible Processor Socket Socket AM4
    Manufacturing Process 14 nm
    Thermal Design Power 65 W


    Product Type Processor


    Package Type AMD Processor in a Box (PIB)

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