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AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Processor (8C/16T, 36MB Cache, 4.5 GHz Max Boost) £314.99 @ Amazon
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AMD Ryzen 7 3800X Processor (8C/16T, 36MB Cache, 4.5 GHz Max Boost) £314.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 31st Jan

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The Ryzen 7 3800X has 8 Cores and 16 threads with a 4.5 GHz Boost, 3.9 GHz base clock, 36 MB total cache and 105 Watts TDP.

Features

- 8 cores, 16 threads, 4.5 GHZ boost clock, 105W TDP
- Compatible with 500 & 400 chipset Series AM4 motherboards
- Wraith Prism Cooler included
- World’s most advanced desktop processor, Ultramodern, Ultrafast, Enabling state-of-the-art gaming desktops
- New rules, no rivals – PCs powered by 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors elevate your game. The world’s most advanced desktop processor powers ground-breaking gameplay.
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bobo5331/01/2020 08:11

Good for editing but another 2 to 3 generations away to be on par with …Good for editing but another 2 to 3 generations away to be on par with intel


Not sure that Intel will catch up with AMD that quickly!
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I’ve given it heat as this is a good price for the 3800X but in reality the 3800X is pointless as it performs near enough identically to the 3700X which is nearly 10% cheaper. There is barely any difference between the 2 in benchmarks and no noticeable real world difference.
stuellis31/01/2020 07:19

I’ve given it heat as this is a good price for the 3800X but in reality t …I’ve given it heat as this is a good price for the 3800X but in reality the 3800X is pointless as it performs near enough identically to the 3700X which is nearly 10% cheaper. There is barely any difference between the 2 in benchmarks and no noticeable real world difference.


Not a biggie in real terms, not for me anyway, but isn't power consumption slightly higher on the 3800x?

Heated OP!
slipd31/01/2020 07:27

Not a biggie in real terms, not for me anyway, but isn't power consumption …Not a biggie in real terms, not for me anyway, but isn't power consumption slightly higher on the 3800x?Heated OP!


Again from the reviews I’ve seen the real world difference is negligible. It’s basically the same cpu with 100mhz (2%) higher boost frequency.
Good for editing but another 2 to 3 generations away to be on par with intel
Edited by: "bobo53" 31st Jan
bobo5331/01/2020 08:11

Good for editing but another 2 to 3 generations away to be on par with …Good for editing but another 2 to 3 generations away to be on par with intel


Not sure that Intel will catch up with AMD that quickly!
stuellis31/01/2020 07:28

Again from the reviews I’ve seen the real world difference is negligible. I …Again from the reviews I’ve seen the real world difference is negligible. It’s basically the same cpu with 100mhz (2%) higher boost frequency.



Yes, slightly faster but much higher power consumption.
bobo5331/01/2020 08:11

Good for editing but another 2 to 3 generations away to be on par with …Good for editing but another 2 to 3 generations away to be on par with intel


lol

SmutBuffet31/01/2020 09:21

Yes, slightly faster but much higher power consumption.


In reality there's not too much difference between them, despite the wildly different TDPs.

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The 3800X is likely to actually use less power if you plan to manually overclock, since they're better binned than the 3700X and require less voltage to hit a given frequency on average. Of course, the benefit of manually overclocking Zen 2 is highly debatable.
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