AMD Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz Octa Core (Socket AM4) CPU

CCL Code: CPU0443
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Manufacturer Code: YD1700BBAEBOX
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Manufacturer: AMD
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AMD Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz Octa Core (Socket AM4) CPU

Key Features:

  • Processor Speed - 3.0GHz
  • Octa Core (16 Threads)
  • Power Usage 65W (TDP)
  • Heatsink & Fan Included
  • Socket Type - Socket AM4

Delivery Options

Tuesday 26th March via Priority DPD

Free Delivery by Monday 1st April

Collection Options

Monday 25th March from CCL (BD11 2PS)

Tuesday 26th March from Local Collection Point

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£166.85

inc VAT

8 In Stock, 50+ More Available

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True machine intelligence featuring 8 processor cores, 16 threads, and an astonishingly efficient 65W TDP. Built with AMD SenseMI Technology to deliver a truly intelligent processor.

Main Features

  • 'Zen' Core Architecture
  • AMD SenseMI Technology
  • AMD Ryzen Master Utility
  • AES
  • AVX
  • FMA3
  • AMD virtualization
  • XFR (Extended Frequency Range)
  • Wraith Spire (LED) Thermal Solution

CPU

CPU Brand AMD
CPU TDP 65 W
Cache 20 MB
CPU Threads 16
Processor Turbo Speed 3.7 GHz
CPU Cores Octa Core
CPU Socket Socket AM4
CPU Family AMD Ryzen 7
Processor Number 1700
CPU Speed 3 GHz
Socket AM4
Number of Cores 8
Turbo Core 3.7 GHz
Number of Threads 16

Graphics

Graphics Chipset None

Key Features

Codename Zen
Price (Bundles) 135
CPU Cooler Included Yes

Item Details

Manufacturer AMD
Manufacturer Code YD1700BBAEBOX
UPC 730143308328
Condition New

Do you have you a question about the AMD Ryzen 7 1700 (3.7GHz) 65W 8-Core 16-Thread Socket AM4 Processor (with Wraith Cooler)?

Q: dose this have led wraith cooler
Answer by Website User on 29th July 2017
Yes, it does.
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4 / 5 3 reviews

JORDAN

3 weeks ago

Running at 3.6GHz at 1.165v never over 60C on stock cooler.

Tony Crossan

4 weeks ago

Processor is fine but it is let down by the VERY poor quality included heatsink & fan. The fitting for the RGB was very fiddly and loose after only 3 days I choose to remove the fan to refit the RGB properly but the screws where covered by the plastic surround. This meant I had to remove the entire heatsink which had stuck like glue to my processor pulling it from the socket & bending the pins. Neither CCL or AMD will help you at all if you have bent pins.

Raoul Stefanescu

2 months ago

This processor saved me.!