Ryzen 7 2700X (Pinnacle Ridge) Socket AM4 - boxed
- Octa-core CPU from AMD's "Zen+" family
- With 3,7 GHz Base- and 4,3 GHz Boost Clock
- Multi-Threading with 16 virtual cores
- Automatic overclocking with XFR2
- 105 Watt TDP & unlocked multiplier
- 4 MB L2- & 16 MB L3 Cache
- Boxed version with AMD Wraith Prism CPU cooler
Product information - Ryzen 7 2700X (Pinnacle Ridge) Socket AM4 - boxedThe AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-core processor belongs to AMD's second generation of processors based on the "Zen" architecture. The Ryzen 2000 series "Zen+" processors build on the successful foundations laid by the first generation of "Zen" microarchitecture. Going by the codename of Pinnacle Ridge, the Texas-based chip manufacturer is ready to impress businesses and consumers with a second wave of newly optimised high-end processors. Although still utilising the AM4 platform, the new processors stand ready to bring some serious competition into the field of play by means of higher clock frequencies, an improved boost function, as well as advanced overclocking technology in the form of XFR2.
The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X at a Glance:
- 8 "Zen"-cores rated at a mere 105 Watt Thermal Design Power (TDP)
- 16 threads thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT)
- Very high Single- and Multi-Thread-performance
- 3,7 GHz Base Clock and 4,3 GHz Turbo with Precision Boost 2
- Includes XFR2 automatic overclocking function
- Unlocked multiplier for manual overclocking (unlocked CPU)
- Large Unified Cache Memory: 4 MB L2 & 16 MB L3
- High-efficiency, non-planar 12 Nanometer LP transistors
- AVX2 Instruction Set Extensions for complex vector calculations
- Two AES units for fast, reliable data encryption
- Modern AM4 platform with extensive range of features
- Supports DDR4-RAM rated at a guaranteed 2.933 MHz (Dual-Channel)
- Includes AMD Wraith Prism CPU cooler with RGB-LED ring!
The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Octa-Core CPU with 4,3 GHz Precision BoostThe AMD Ryzen 7 2700X is a "Pinnacle Ridge"-gen processor offering eight physical CPU cores which, thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT), are capable of processing two threads simultaneously. This results in a doubling of the virtual core count with eight additional threads to make sixteen in total. The top of the range octa-core model operates at a high clock frequency of 3,7 GHz per core while, thanks to Precision Boost 2, tuning itself in real-time to meet the exact requirements of the application - regardless of whether this is in the context of a game or image editing applications. These adjustments are made in precise on-the-fly increments while remaining within the TDP up to a Turbo frequency of 4,3 GHz Turbo.
The TDP sits at just 105 Watts which, in comparison to other 8-core processors from AMD, is extremely conservative especially when taking into account the increased clock frequencies of the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X. Manufactured using the new, advanced 12 nm FLP manufacturing process the processor comes with a total of 4 MB Level 2 Cache and 16 MB Level 3 Cache which are then combined together to form a "Smart Prefetch Cache".
The CPU offers 24 PCIe 3.0 lanes, four of which are reserved for the connection to the motherboard chipset and for operating NVMe SSDs. As a result 16 lanes remain for communicating with graphics cards which, in either x16 or x8+x8 modes, support NVIDIA's SLI technology for multiple graphics cards. In terms of memory, DDR4-RAM modules rated for operation at 2.933 MHz are supported, meaning that even higher clock frequencies can be achieved via overclocking.
Extended Frequency Range (XFR) for Automatic Overclocking
The days of fretting over manual overclocks are at an end now that the CPU itself is capable of regulating it independently: The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X is equipped with the second generation auto-OC feature known as Extended Frequency Range (XFR2). This allows the processor's frequency to be boosted far beyond the maximum boost clock defined by factory settings, provided that the installed cooling solution holds sufficient reserve capacity. As soon as the CPU's integrated sensors register the extra cooling capacity, the Ryzen CPU automatically sets about making clock frequency adjustments to match the respective cooling.Outside interference from the user is therefore unnecessary - overclocking has never been so easy! Depending on whether the processor is air-cooled with a relatively small boxed cooler, a larger (dual-) tower cooler, AiO- or custom water cooling, or even via extreme LN2 cooling, the processor will actively seek to maximise its operating frequencies in accordance with the cooling provided.
Unlocked CPU: Easy Overclocking Thanks to the Unlocked MultiplierAutomatic overclocking aside, all AMD Ryzen CPUs come "unlocked" and offer - as was the case with the "Black Editions" and "K" of earlier series - an unlocked multiplier, meaning that overclockers are free to manually unlock even higher clock frequencies using the UEFI or other software tools, provided an OC-compatible motherboard and chipset is present e.g. the AMD X470 alongside adequate cooling.
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X
Zen+ / Pinnacle Ridge
Manufacturing Process: 12 nm LP
- CPU Cores:
8 / 16 (physical / virtual)
- CPU Frequency:
Base Clock: 3,7 GHz
Boost Clock: max. 4,3 GHz (Precision Boost 2)
OC Frequency: 4,3+ GHz (automatic via XFR2)
- Level 2 Cache:
4 MB (512 KB per core)
- Level 3 Cache:
16 MB (2 MB per core)
- Integrated PCI-Express 3.0 Lanes:
x24 (x16 for GPU + x4 for SSD + x4 for chipset)
Memory Controller: Internal
Memory Channels: 2
Memory Standard: DDR4 (ECC & non-ECC)
- Socket Compatibility:
- Instruction Set Extensions:
SMT (Simultaneous Multithreading)
X86-64 (64-Bit AMD64 processor)
AMD-V (Compute Virtualisation)
VT-Vi (I/O MMU Virtualisation)
2x AES Units (Encryption)
AVX & AVX2 (Advanced Vector Extensions)
NX-Bit (Virus Protection) & EVP (Extended Virus Protection)
TBT 3.0 (Turbo Core 3.0)
- Special Feature:
Further links for "Ryzen 7 2700X (Pinnacle Ridge) Socket AM4 - boxed"
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|Memory controller||dual channel|
|CPU cooler||boxed cooler included|
|Packaging||boxed / retail|
Positive Aspekte des AMD Ryzen 7 2700X:
+ hohe Multi-Thread-Leistungread more...
+ offene Multiplikatoren
+ Precision Boost 2 sorgt für ein höheres Taktniveau
+ mitgelieferter Wraith Prism mit hoher Kühlleistung
....but AMD, like all those past months with their "more cores for your money" that are secretly attractive for many other purposes, there is the performance hole per euro over the whole range. very hefty. Last year AMD had something to prove, I now dare to say that they have done that. For the intensive multi-core users (who find the step to Threadripper or Core-Extreme too far) you can not go for this Ryzen 7 2700X.read more...
+ Competitively pricedread more...
+ Launches cheaper than first gen did
+ CPU cooler included with all models
+ Increased Max Boost Clock (4.3 GHz)
+ Extremely easy to overclock
+ Improved memory support
+ New 12nm process
+ Supports newer StoreMI, SenseMI and Ryzen Master Utility software
+ Works on any AM4 motherboard
+ Great gaming performance at both 1080p and 4K
+ Perfect for content creators
Eine wirklich konkurrenzfähige CPU, sorry zwei, ein sehr selbstbewusster Preis, aber gebündelt mit jeder Menge Gimmicks und Dreingaben, die man beim Team Blau zum Teil wirklich vermisst. Abwählen kann man sie allerdings auch nicht. So wird es am Ende wohl der Straßenpreis und die Vorliebe für eine der Farben richten müssen.read more...
Beim AMD Ryzen 7 2700X hat der Chip-Hersteller vieles richtig gemacht: Die gestiegenen Taktraten sorgen für eine bessere Gaming-Leistung im Vergleich zur ersten Ryzen-Generation. Die Performance in Spielen ist sogar so weit gestiegen, dass sie sich mit konkurrierenden, teureren Intel-CPUs vergleichen lässt, da die Bildraten fast gleichauf liegen. Geht es allerdings um die Multicore-Leistung, dann ist AMD nach wie vor die aktuell bessere Wahl, auch wenn Intel hier kräftig nachgelegt hat.read more...
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All told, AMD’s got another winner on their hands with the 2nd Generation Ryzen 2000 series. These processors offer better performance, more features, and higher overclocks than their predecessors, they compete very well in their respective product classes, and they're compelling values to boot. If you’re thinking of building a new rig and were contemplating an AMD CPU, give the 2nd Generation Ryzen 2000 series a long, hard look.
Finally this second generation of AMD Ryzen processors leaves us with a mixed flavor, as they are still excellent processors, but there is something that does not leave us 100% happy, and has to do with the handling of temperatures and consumption. Although it is somewhat improved with respect to the previous generation, still does not stop convincing us 100%, but we emphasize that it is the only thing to which we are not happy, in everything else we consider that these new processors are an excellent product.read more...