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If you use your computer for design, audio engineering, or intensive gaming, the AMD Ryzen 7 series of CPUs offers the speed and flexibility required to breeze through the most complex tasks.
With 8 CPU cores, each supporting SMT, Ryzen 7 processors can handle up to 16 calculation threads at once. Single core performance is also fantastic, with Precision Boost allowing Ryzen 7 CPUs to dynamically increase their core speeds up to 4.5GHz.
What generation is Ryzen 7?
There have been 3 generations of Ryzen 7 CPU to date. The first figure in the model number indicates which generation the processor belongs to: the Ryzen 7 2700X is a second-generation processor, while the 3700X is its third generation successor.
How many cores does Ryzen 7 have?
The Ryzen 7 series of processors are 64-bit and have 8 cores - meaning they're more than up to most complex processes, such as editing, designing, and gaming.
Does Ryzen 7 have integrated graphics?
The Ryzen 7 series is designed for high performance systems, which are likely to have dedicated graphics cards in place. As a result, the Ryzen 7 series do not have integrated graphics cards, unlike AMD's APUs like the Ryzen 3 3200G.
How fast is AMD Ryzen 7?
Ryzen 7 is a broad range of CPUs, so performance will depend on the exact processor you choose. However, the base clock of Ryzen 7 CPUs range from around 2.8GHz to 3.9GHz, and the max boost clocks from 3.7GHz to 4.5GHz.