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AMD Ryzen 7 Eight Core 2700X 3.7GHz Processor + Borderlands 3 or The Outer Worlds (PC) + 3 months GP (PC) £144.85 Delivered @ CCL / Ebay
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AMD Ryzen 7 Eight Core 2700X 3.7GHz Processor + Borderlands 3 or The Outer Worlds (PC) + 3 months GP (PC) £144.85 Delivered @ CCL / Ebay

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Posted 4th FebEdited by:"merb0786"

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Good price - use code PAMPER14 at checkout to pay £144.85

Features:

  • Base: 3.7GHz, Turbo: 4.3GHz
  • 8 Cores, 16 Threads
  • Socket AM4
  • 105W TDP
  • Heatsink & Fan Included

For a limited time, purchase a qualifying new AMD Ryzen™ processor and get a code to claim either Borderlands 3 or The Outer Worlds for PC from AMD! Info

Description:

AMD are back with a bang! The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X races away from it’s competition with a massive base clock speed of 3.7GHz. With the ability to push that to 4.3GHz through the XFR boost feature, playing your favourite games has never been so easy!

AMD have increased the amount of cores and threads with the new Ryzen range, which will significantly improve your gaming experience and productivity. The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X weighs in with a whopping 8 cores and 16 threads, so you will be able to smash through new titles and enjoy stunning 4K visuals.

Take the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and pair it a 400-chipset series motherboard to unlock the Store MI technology, which vastly improves data transfer rates for any storage in your PC and allows you to edit and share your own media at amazing speeds.

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Quad04/02/2020 23:14

Is this site the CCL ebay store now?


No idea - i just try to post a good deal if i see one. Have you posted any deals yet?
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Is this site the CCL ebay store now?
Quad04/02/2020 23:14

Is this site the CCL ebay store now?


No idea - i just try to post a good deal if i see one. Have you posted any deals yet?
Ah, the fine art of rhetorical questions!
Edited by: "Sanzai" 5th Feb
For this price, the 3600 is a better option.
abaxas05/02/2020 10:37

For this price, the 3600 is a better option.



Do you think? I cannot make my mind up between the two to be honest.... But the Games, either or of them two are good games and have value?
aidan.conway05/02/2020 10:40

Do you think? I cannot make my mind up between the two to be honest.... …Do you think? I cannot make my mind up between the two to be honest.... But the Games, either or of them two are good games and have value?



I wouldn't pick a CPU based on a few free games.
My opinion here is that the 3600 will be better at gaming, while the 2700X will be better at more multi-threaded applications having 2 more cores and 4 more threads.
The 2700X has the better cooler, so buying the 3600, you might need to account for buying a better one, say £30/40.
Edited by: "rev6" 5th Feb
aidan.conway05/02/2020 10:40

Do you think? I cannot make my mind up between the two to be honest.... …Do you think? I cannot make my mind up between the two to be honest.... But the Games, either or of them two are good games and have value?


The 2700x is better value
£25 cooler
£30 game

Performs within a few % of a 3600. Performance difference is negligible but you get two extra cores.

I'd get 2700x everyone with this cooler and the free game
zeb.mattey05/02/2020 10:55

The 2700x is better value£25 cooler£30 gamePerforms within a few % of a 3 …The 2700x is better value£25 cooler£30 gamePerforms within a few % of a 3600. Performance difference is negligible but you get two extra cores.I'd get 2700x everyone with this cooler and the free game



When I say I can't make my mind up, I have both here and cannot decide which to keep and which to move on. 2700X is great in synthetic benchmarks, but a LONG way behind in gaming. Benchmarks like Future PassMArk put the 3600 streets ahead also. But, no games with the 3600. If I wer ebuying either today, I would go with the 2700X I suppose. The other killer is the terrible memory controllers on the zen+ architecture. It really is annoying. on 3600, just plug anything in, XMP it and away it goes. Nowhere as good as Intel, but still, much, much better... I had to water cool the 2700x also as the stock cooler was blowing its head off.... 3600 is fine on stock cooler, although I am using the RGB Cooler that came with the 2700x on it.. So yeah, better cooler, free game and a £25 lower pricepoint to start with makes it a no-brainer. Mind you, these 1600AF's are mighty good value to be fair...
aidan.conway05/02/2020 11:56

When I say I can't make my mind up, I have both here and cannot decide …When I say I can't make my mind up, I have both here and cannot decide which to keep and which to move on. 2700X is great in synthetic benchmarks, but a LONG way behind in gaming. Benchmarks like Future PassMArk put the 3600 streets ahead also. But, no games with the 3600. If I wer ebuying either today, I would go with the 2700X I suppose. The other killer is the terrible memory controllers on the zen+ architecture. It really is annoying. on 3600, just plug anything in, XMP it and away it goes. Nowhere as good as Intel, but still, much, much better... I had to water cool the 2700x also as the stock cooler was blowing its head off.... 3600 is fine on stock cooler, although I am using the RGB Cooler that came with the 2700x on it.. So yeah, better cooler, free game and a £25 lower pricepoint to start with makes it a no-brainer. Mind you, these 1600AF's are mighty good value to be fair...


It's not a long way behind in gaming, an example

Assassin's Creed Odyssey : 98 fps vs 96 fps
Project Cars : 106 fps vs 95 fps
Battlefield V : 157 fps vs 153 fps
HITMAN 2 : 90 fps vs 85 fps
Metro Exodus : 132 fps vs 120 fps
Rainbow 6 Siege : 278 fps vs 266 fps
The Witcher 3 : 142 fps vs 135 fps
Watch Dogs 2 : 98 fps vs 96 fps
Avg fps : 137.625 fps vs 130.75 fps

The 3600 is 5.6% faster on average at 1080p, at 1440p this is more than slashed in half (around a 2% difference), which is unnoticable, in other words, the moment you'd have to upgrade the 3600 you'd need to do the same for the 2700x. They're virtually the same chip for gaming, unless you're overclocking then the difference may stretch to 10% (but an OC'd 2700x gets a 5% uplift too, so...)

I'd say 2700x with that cooler, the game, and lower price. Its the better buy, but folks are a bit blinded by the new tech effect.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 5th Feb
The 3600 is the better option for both newer and older titles.

There are many older games that are still heavily single core but graphically heavy. Eg COH2.

The 'IPC' advantage of the 3600 comes into play here.
abaxas05/02/2020 13:48

The 3600 is the better option for both newer and older titles.There are …The 3600 is the better option for both newer and older titles.There are many older games that are still heavily single core but graphically heavy. Eg COH2.The 'IPC' advantage of the 3600 comes into play here.


See post above yours for performance gains, they're tiny. New games will be more likely to use more cores, closing the gap. At 1440p it's 2.5% average in fps.
zeb.mattey06/02/2020 11:23

See post above yours for performance gains, they're tiny. New games will …See post above yours for performance gains, they're tiny. New games will be more likely to use more cores, closing the gap. At 1440p it's 2.5% average in fps.



My point is that some older games are very single thread heavy. Hence work better on CPU's with better single core performance.

A selection of games is not ALL games.
abaxas06/02/2020 14:36

My point is that some older games are very single thread heavy. Hence work …My point is that some older games are very single thread heavy. Hence work better on CPU's with better single core performance.A selection of games is not ALL games.


These games you speak of will be torn apart by a 2700x or 3600 lol, it makes no difference
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