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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X GOLD EDITION AM4 Processor £203.47 delivered at Ebuyer (Free game pass)

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Posted 17th Sep

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  • Ryzen 7 2700X 2nd Gen
  • 8 Core, 16 Thread
  • 3.7GHz, 4.35GHz Turbo
  • Gold Edition
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I am interested in upgrading to a Ryzen build.
I am very behind with PC builds these days and also no expert in Ryzen series, but having a quick benchmark comparison doesn't the Ryzen 5 3600 beat this marginally and at a slightly cheaper CPU price? (Not sure about mobo prices)

cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…040

amazon.co.uk/AMD…c=1


I could be wrong, but could any Ryzen experienced builders advice?
Thanks
Gold edition? What's that when it's at home?
bbfb12317/09/2019 16:48

Gold edition? What's that when it's at home?


Its basically the 2700x with lisa su's signature on it.
kyeung17/09/2019 16:45

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R5 3600 is definitely the better buy with its greatly improved IPC and memory compatibility, unless you're primarily using the PC for heavily multi-threaded workloads to actually utilise the extra 2C4T of the 2700X. The 3xxx CPUs are backwards compatible, so there's no need for X570 boards.
kyeung17/09/2019 16:45

I am interested in upgrading to a Ryzen build.I am very behind with PC …I am interested in upgrading to a Ryzen build.I am very behind with PC builds these days and also no expert in Ryzen series, but having a quick benchmark comparison doesn't the Ryzen 5 3600 beat this marginally and at a slightly cheaper CPU price? (Not sure about mobo prices)https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-2700X-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-3600/3958vs4040https://www.amazon.co.uk/AMD-Ryzen-3600-Processor-Cache/dp/B07STGGQ18/ref=asc_df_B07STGGQ18/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231922815069&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8354762833875800468&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007293&hvtargid=pla-784457979043&psc=1I could be wrong, but could any Ryzen experienced builders advice?Thanks


All depends on what you are doing if editing videos and doing productive workloads this should be a no brainier.
If gaming and playing mostly at 1080p at high refresh rates, you might loose a few frames if comparing against a 3600 also you pay more for the 3600 (£60-£70).
My personal suggestion even if gaming, I would just buy the 2700x (AND THIS IS THE GOLD VERSION - nothing exciting just a signature of Dr. Lisa Su) and put the money towards a good GPU.
LazybeatX17/09/2019 16:50

Its basically the 2700x with lisa su's signature on it.


Sounds worth paying extra for it then
Excellent processor for the price. Nothing beats it for productivity workloads.
2600x is £130 on Amazon, 6 Core, 12 Thread, 3.6GHz, 4.25GHz Turbo + Wraith Spire
cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…956
not sure id pay the extra £70, id put it on top of my GPU budget instead
Masoomraza17/09/2019 16:57

All depends on what you are doing if editing videos and doing productive …All depends on what you are doing if editing videos and doing productive workloads this should be a no brainier. If gaming and playing mostly at 1080p at high refresh rates, you might loose a few frames if comparing against a 3600 also you pay more for the 3600 (£60-£70).My personal suggestion even if gaming, I would just buy the 2700x (AND THIS IS THE GOLD VERSION - nothing exciting just a signature of Dr. Lisa Su) and put the money towards a good GPU.


Thanks for the advice.
Oh I see, due to the extra core and threads I can understand it is probably better for productive workloads if the application can utilise the extra core and threads.

Thats the thing, the 3600 isn't £60 - £70 anymore (maybe recently discounted) it is actually slightly cheaper according to Amazon:
amazon.co.uk/AMD…c=1


I will be using my build for 1440 gaming with a GTX1080 Ti and some video editing so I think for my scenario the 3600 maybe a better choice for me then.

Voted hot for this CPU as appears cheapest if this is what you require.
How about for streaming and 1080p gaming? Would this be better than the 3600?
markie17/09/2019 17:30

How about for streaming and 1080p gaming? Would this be better than the …How about for streaming and 1080p gaming? Would this be better than the 3600?


Both are over kill for your requirements so Ryzen 5 3600 which scores better in cpu mark and is newer would be a good choice for ~£20 less.
Edited by: "Myriad" 17th Sep
Myriad17/09/2019 17:34

Both are over kill for your requirements so Ryzen 5 3600 which scores …Both are over kill for your requirements so Ryzen 5 3600 which scores better in cpu mark and is newer would be a good choice for ~£20 less.


I was hoping you'd say that 😁 I've had my heart set on a 3600 build but then this deal popped up. The only other query I have is whether to go 5700 or 2060?
Masoomraza17/09/2019 16:57

All depends on what you are doing if editing videos and doing productive …All depends on what you are doing if editing videos and doing productive workloads this should be a no brainier. If gaming and playing mostly at 1080p at high refresh rates, you might loose a few frames if comparing against a 3600 also you pay more for the 3600 (£60-£70).My personal suggestion even if gaming, I would just buy the 2700x (AND THIS IS THE GOLD VERSION - nothing exciting just a signature of Dr. Lisa Su) and put the money towards a good GPU.


Eh? 3600 is £180, cheaper than this.
Whitedot17/09/2019 19:38

Eh? 3600 is £180, cheaper than this.


Buy the 3600 as is the 3rd Generation and a better cpu.
Lower power draw also.
kyeung17/09/2019 17:15

Thanks for the advice.Oh I see, due to the extra core and threads I can …Thanks for the advice.Oh I see, due to the extra core and threads I can understand it is probably better for productive workloads if the application can utilise the extra core and threads.Thats the thing, the 3600 isn't £60 - £70 anymore (maybe recently discounted) it is actually slightly cheaper according to Amazon:https://www.amazon.co.uk/AMD-Ryzen-3600-Processor-Cache/dp/B07STGGQ18/ref=asc_df_B07STGGQ18/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231922815069&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8354762833875800468&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007293&hvtargid=pla-784457979043&psc=1I will be using my build for 1440 gaming with a GTX1080 Ti and some video editing so I think for my scenario the 3600 maybe a better choice for me then.Voted hot for this CPU as appears cheapest if this is what you require.


Sorry my bad for some odd reason I had the price offset of the 2600 against 3600 in my mind.
Still 2700x is a good deal if you are after core counts and gaming and streaming online at the same time.
Since they are almost same price with 3600 being slightly cheaper thus for gaming alone 3600 makes sense.
Thanks again for the correction.
So this is guarantied top binning.
Great CPU! Just bought it with an ASUS TUF Motherboard which comes with a free ASUS M5 Gaming mouse! Gosh... I hate this website!
Edited by: "hyper_pm" 17th Sep
kyeung17/09/2019 16:45

I am interested in upgrading to a Ryzen build.I am very behind with PC …I am interested in upgrading to a Ryzen build.I am very behind with PC builds these days and also no expert in Ryzen series, but having a quick benchmark comparison doesn't the Ryzen 5 3600 beat this marginally and at a slightly cheaper CPU price? (Not sure about mobo prices)https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-Ryzen-7-2700X-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-3600/3958vs4040https://www.amazon.co.uk/AMD-Ryzen-3600-Processor-Cache/dp/B07STGGQ18/ref=asc_df_B07STGGQ18/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231922815069&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=8354762833875800468&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1007293&hvtargid=pla-784457979043&psc=1I could be wrong, but could any Ryzen experienced builders advice?Thanks


if you don't know why you'd need 8 cores, then you probably don't need them. Basically go with the 3600. Id personally rather buy a used r5 1600x, they go for £60/70 and they're the same thing as a r5 2600, which only falls slightly behind a r5 3600.
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