AMD YD180XBCAEWOF RYZEN 7 1800X - £242.99 - Sold by Dealtime IT and Fulfilled by Amazon
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AMD YD180XBCAEWOF RYZEN 7 1800X - £242.99 - Sold by Dealtime IT and Fulfilled by Amazon

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  • AMD SenseMI Technology
  • AMD XFR (eXtended Frequency Range) Technology
  • Socket AM4. Max Turbo Frequency 4.00 GHz. 16MB L3 Cache
  • 4MB L2 Cache. DDR4 Support. Unlocked Processor
  • Thermal Design Power 95W. Without Fan and Cooler

Product Description

Extreme Performance for Gamers and Creators. AMD Ryzen, redefining high-end desktop PC's! AMD SenseMI Technology - Pure Power : Hundreds of networked smart sensors working in concert to optimize power consumption. Precision Boost : Hundreds of networked smart sensors gather information every millisecond to tune frequencies with fine 25MHz granularity. Extended Frequency Range : Ryzen™ can detect premium CPU cooling (air, water, LN2) and Auto-raise max clocks. Neural Net Prediction : A neural network AI learns how apps utilize Ryzen™ and predictively reloads optimal CPU instructions. Smart Prefetch : Learning algorithms predict what data Ryzen™ should bring into caches for optimal app performance.

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Does anyone know how well this performs in Battlefield 1 64 multiplayer ?... I have an I5 4670k 4.4 oc / GTX 1070sc, but anything above and it chugs while zooming in to map and then randomly stutters.

My cpu often spikes at 100% low & ultra settings... My cousin has an Amd fx 6350 and it cruises in 64 player.
I wondered if bf1 runs better with more threads.
Looking4Glitches4 m ago

Does anyone know how well this performs in Battlefield 1 64 multiplayer …Does anyone know how well this performs in Battlefield 1 64 multiplayer ?... I have an I5 4670k 4.4 oc / GTX 1070sc, but anything above and it chugs while zooming in to map and then randomly stutters.My cpu often spikes at 100% low & ultra settings... My cousin has an Amd fx 6350 and it cruises in 64 player.I wondered if bf1 runs better with more threads.


Yeah bf1 is one of the few games that are well threaded. I went from a 4770k to a ryzen 1700 with a 1080ti and the frame rate is a lot more stable. CPU usage went from 90% to like 40%.
jaju12311 m ago

Yeah bf1 is one of the few games that are well threaded. I went from a …Yeah bf1 is one of the few games that are well threaded. I went from a 4770k to a ryzen 1700 with a 1080ti and the frame rate is a lot more stable. CPU usage went from 90% to like 40%.


Ok thanks... I mostly play bf1 and I hate missing a shot or dying because of a stutter!.
Looking4Glitches10 m ago

Ok thanks... I mostly play bf1 and I hate missing a shot or dying because …Ok thanks... I mostly play bf1 and I hate missing a shot or dying because of a stutter!.


Bear in mind that there's also stutter issues on Nvidia gpus due to a Windows 10 bug. You can fix it using this guide:

forums.geforce.com/def…10/
2700x will be out in a week, stock performance should look something like this compared to the 1800x -

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Whether this matters or not will depend on your workload and usage, but for £40 more it looks like a decent little boost. If I were to recommend a current gen Ryzen it would probably be the cheaper 1700, then overclock it perhaps.
GurtTractor13 m ago

2700x will be out in a week, stock performance should look something like …2700x will be out in a week, stock performance should look something like this compared to the 1800x -[Image] Whether this matters or not will depend on your workload and usage, but for £40 more it looks like a decent little boost. If I were to recommend a current gen Ryzen it would probably be the cheaper 1700, then overclock it perhaps.



Agree, and actually the 2700 is more than likely good enough if it can be OCed fairly well, and IIRC it's available for pre-order at £230-ish.. definitely better than the 1800x anyway IMO.
Pay the extra £40 for the 2700X and get a nice led cooler included. If you don't need the cooler, sell it for £35 or to me for £25.
Edited by: "bouttime2" 14th Apr
Looking4Glitches1 h, 56 m ago

Ok thanks... I mostly play bf1 and I hate missing a shot or dying because …Ok thanks... I mostly play bf1 and I hate missing a shot or dying because of a stutter!.



Also BF1 is an AMD optimized game.
jaju1232 h, 29 m ago

Bear in mind that there's also stutter issues on Nvidia gpus due to a …Bear in mind that there's also stutter issues on Nvidia gpus due to a Windows 10 bug. You can fix it using this guide:https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/1004600/geforce-drivers/all-games-stuttering-with-fps-drops-since-windows-10-creators-update/post/5324410/#5324410


Cheers.
malachi3 h, 47 m ago

Also BF1 is an AMD optimized game.


Show facts and data please
malachi6 h, 24 m ago

Also BF1 is an AMD optimized game.


It still runs best on a 8700k, but it just uses everything available for every system. It's well optimised in general for all GPUs and CPUs.
malachi19 h, 44 m ago

Also BF1 is an AMD optimized game.


Yeah I read that... They never seem to fully optimize any battlefield before they bring out the next.
Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 15th Apr
bogrole14th Apr

Show facts and data please





The claim is simply not true, when an i3 7100 (2 core 2 thread) chip beats the Ryzen flagship. This doesn't appear to be an AMD optimized title, and if it is, that's scary.


Oh and before anyone suggests the 'min frames are better'.




Shocker, they aren't. (I am not endorsing the i3 btw).


Get the 8400, it rocks and is cheap, for games.
Nate149219 h, 7 m ago

[Image] The claim is simply not true, when an i3 7100 (2 core 2 thread) …[Image] The claim is simply not true, when an i3 7100 (2 core 2 thread) chip beats the Ryzen flagship. This doesn't appear to be an AMD optimized title, and if it is, that's scary.Oh and before anyone suggests the 'min frames are better'.[Image] Shocker, they aren't. (I am not endorsing the i3 btw).Get the 8400, it rocks and is cheap, for games.


Then why do the min requirements suggest an AMD FX-6350, but not my i5 4670k OC 4.4 and when running "can you run it" it suggests I upgrade to at least an FX-6350?.


Also for recommended it shows FX-8350 or I7-4790, these are far from an equal match.
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Looking4Glitches2 h, 39 m ago

Then why do the min requirements suggest an AMD FX-6350, but not my i5 …Then why do the min requirements suggest an AMD FX-6350, but not my i5 4670k OC 4.4 and when running "can you run it" it suggests I upgrade to at least an FX-6350?.Also for recommended it shows FX-8350 or I7-4790, these are far from an equal match.[Image]



Because at the time of release, there was no Ryzen. What do you tell someone who has an AMD processor? 'No AMD processor is recommended for this game'?

The i7 4790 is miles ahead of the 8350. No one will suggest to you otherwise.

The FX6350 is certainly a downgrade.

Have a look here at some CPU comparisons.

gamersnexus.net/gam…e-2

AMD's FX line does awful. It's not designed for it at all, this is BF1 being kind to AMD and your 'can you run it' test is simply wrong.

Look for yourself, you will see just how awful the FX series is for BF1.


Feel free to scour for the exact CPU you have, but they are not too far off. You can likely see the results of the 2500k versus these too.

And even when you look at the DX12 stuff.




AMD catches up here, but your CPU slots in above any of the AMD chips.

Recommendations can be part of the PR campaign.
Nate14924 h, 16 m ago

Because at the time of release, there was no Ryzen. What do you tell …Because at the time of release, there was no Ryzen. What do you tell someone who has an AMD processor? 'No AMD processor is recommended for this game'?The i7 4790 is miles ahead of the 8350. No one will suggest to you otherwise.The FX6350 is certainly a downgrade.Have a look here at some CPU comparisons.https://www.gamersnexus.net/game-bench/2673-battlefield-1-cpu-benchmark-dx11-vs-dx12-i5-i7-fx/page-2AMD's FX line does awful. It's not designed for it at all, this is BF1 being kind to AMD and your 'can you run it' test is simply wrong.Look for yourself, you will see just how awful the FX series is for BF1.[Image] Feel free to scour for the exact CPU you have, but they are not too far off. You can likely see the results of the 2500k versus these too.And even when you look at the DX12 stuff.[Image] AMD catches up here, but your CPU slots in above any of the AMD chips.Recommendations can be part of the PR campaign.


As I said before my cousin has an FX 6350 + HD 7950 vs My GTX 1070sc + i5 4670k and his runs flawlessly. He lives next door so I see his running all the time.

And if they were being nice to amd owners what happened with them not recommending my cpu as min spec?.
Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 17th Apr
Nate14924 h, 21 m ago

Because at the time of release, there was no Ryzen. What do you tell …Because at the time of release, there was no Ryzen. What do you tell someone who has an AMD processor? 'No AMD processor is recommended for this game'?The i7 4790 is miles ahead of the 8350. No one will suggest to you otherwise.The FX6350 is certainly a downgrade.Have a look here at some CPU comparisons.https://www.gamersnexus.net/game-bench/2673-battlefield-1-cpu-benchmark-dx11-vs-dx12-i5-i7-fx/page-2AMD's FX line does awful. It's not designed for it at all, this is BF1 being kind to AMD and your 'can you run it' test is simply wrong.Look for yourself, you will see just how awful the FX series is for BF1.[Image] Feel free to scour for the exact CPU you have, but they are not too far off. You can likely see the results of the 2500k versus these too.And even when you look at the DX12 stuff.[Image] AMD catches up here, but your CPU slots in above any of the AMD chips.Recommendations can be part of the PR campaign.


If there is another reason why I am having issues, then I will happily try any ideas you have... I need to stop the 100% cpu spikes causing my stutters/fps drops.
Looking4Glitches3 h, 56 m ago

If there is another reason why I am having issues, then I will happily try …If there is another reason why I am having issues, then I will happily try any ideas you have... I need to stop the 100% cpu spikes causing my stutters/fps drops.


I have no clue what is wrong with your PC, but I can *ASSURE* you the FX 6350 is NOT a better CPU for BF1.

Turn down your graphics like your cousin, he 'runs it flawless' because he's not running at your FPS or image quality.
Looking4Glitches4 h, 0 m ago

If there is another reason why I am having issues, then I will happily try …If there is another reason why I am having issues, then I will happily try any ideas you have... I need to stop the 100% cpu spikes causing my stutters/fps drops.


Oh, legit, completely reinstall windows. Like, I won't trouble shoot your PC, but I am willing to bet a fresh install fixes it.
Nate149211 h, 27 m ago

Oh, legit, completely reinstall windows. Like, I won't trouble shoot your …Oh, legit, completely reinstall windows. Like, I won't trouble shoot your PC, but I am willing to bet a fresh install fixes it.


I have done 3 fresh installs already...
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