RYZEN 7 EIGHT CORE 1700X £239.99  Overclockers
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RYZEN 7 EIGHT CORE 1700X £239.99 Overclockers

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Found 20th Nov
  • 8 "Zen" cores with a low 95 Watt Thermal Design Power (TDP)
  • 16 Threads thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT)
  • Very high single- and multi-thread performance
  • 3,4 GHz Base- & 3,8 GHz Turbo Clock with Precision Boost
  • "X" Version with automatic XFR overclocking
  • Unlocked multiplier for manual overclocking (unlocked CPU)
  • Large memory cache: 4 MB L2 & 16 MB L3
  • Highly efficient, non-planar 14 Nanometre FinFET transistors
  • AVX2 instruction set extensions for complex vector calculations
  • Two AES units for fast and reliable data encryption
  • Modern AM4 platform with extensive features
  • Supports energy efficient DDR4-RAM (Dual-Channel)
  • Attention: Boxed version without CPU cooler

The 1700 can also be had for around 10 pounds cheaper.

6 Comments

Very good price. But 1700 is £229.99 and includes LED cooler may be even better!
Edited by: "bouttime2" 20th Nov

£8.70* P&P

Same price now on Amazon.

Crazy how much processor your getting for just £240! Love that the market has been shaken up!

bouttime24 h, 26 m ago

Very good price. But 1700 is £229.99 and includes LED cooler may be even …Very good price. But 1700 is £229.99 and includes LED cooler may be even better!


The 1700 also typically overclocks to about 4.0-4.1GHz, similar to the 1700X and 1800X. Though not on stock cooler.

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Oneday778 h, 52 m ago

The 1700 also typically overclocks to about 4.0-4.1GHz, similar to the …The 1700 also typically overclocks to about 4.0-4.1GHz, similar to the 1700X and 1800X. Though not on stock cooler.



The 1700 can hit that clock speed but i wouldnt say its typical of the chip to get to those heights. Many people consider 4.0ghz at a decent voltage to be silicon lottery territory and 4.1ghz stable is very hard to hit without putting loads of volts through and even then it can be hard to push it that far. I have a 1700x that gets to 3.9ghz without excessive voltage, to get it anywhere near stable at 4.0ghz it takes a hell of a lot more volts and even then it still crashes under certain programs and stress tests.
Edited by: "Leeman20" 20th Nov
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