AMD Ryzen 7 2700 Review & Specs

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 8-Core 3.2GHz (4.1GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 65W YD2700BBAFBOX

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 8-Core 3.2GHz (4.1GHz Max Boost) Socket AM4 65W YD2700BBAFBOX


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  • 8 Cores/16 Threads UNLOCKED
  • Frequency: 4.1 GHz Max Boost
  • Includes Wraith Spire Cooler with LED
  • 20MB of Combined Cache
  • Socket AM4 Motherboard Required

Specifications Overview

Release Date April 2018

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Series Ryzen 7
Core Name Pinnacle Ridge
Socket AM4
Integrated Graphics None
CPU Cores 8
CPU Threads 16
CPU Clock Rate 3200MHz
CPU Turbo Clock Rate 4100MHz
CPU Cooler included
Manufacturing Process 12 nm
Maximum Supported Memory 64GB
Cache L3 16MB

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Critic Reviews


The AMD Ryzen 7 2700 does not only present a cost-efficient price for gamers who are budget-conscious, but it is also great for enthusiasts and overclockers who do not have enough cash to purchase flagship parts. The improvements and developments in manufacturing the processor can be seen in its decreased heat and power. Also, AMD was able to impro ...


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AMD's made decent progress in the space of a year, working on its weakness in single-threaded performance and 1080p gaming while continuing to push its advantage in multi-threaded performance.

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It’s the same old story. AMD’s latest chips are great value for certain tasks but less so for others. You get masses of multi-thread performance, but single-thread and gaming performance trails Intel’s rival processors a little.

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