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AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 3.9GHz 8 Core (Socket AM4) CPU

CCL Code: CPU0604
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Manufacturer Code: 100-100000025BOX
| Manufacturer: AMD
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Key Features:

  • Base: 3.9GHz, Turbo: 4.5GHz
  • 8 Cores, 16 Threads
  • Socket AM4
  • 95W TDP
  • Heatsink & Fan Included

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3rd Gen Ryzen CPUs:

Overview

AMD Ryzen™ 7 3800X Octa-Core Processor

AMD Ryzen 7 3800X

Forged from the finest silicon

Higher speeds, more memory, and wider bandwidth than the previous generation. 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ processors with the 7nm “Zen 2” core sets the standard for high performance: exclusive manufacturing technology, historic on-chip throughput, and revolutionary overall performance for gaming. From the beginning AMD’s 3rd Gen Ryzen™ processors were designed with this philosophy, to break expectations and set a new standard for high-performance gaming processors. That’s exactly what it does.

3.9 GHz 4.5 GHz 8 / 16 36MB AM4
Base Clock Boost Clock Cores / Threads Cache Socket

TSMC 7nm FinFET Technology

Ryzen Chip

New Zen 2 Architecture

3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ processors are built using the world’s most advanced 7nm manufacturing technology. Paired with Wraith coolers, AMD Ryzen™ processors deliver game-winning performance while keeping your system astonishingly cool & quiet. Ryzen™ processors neural-net intelligence can adapt to your workload. That’s the advantage you gain when you own the world’s most advanced processor for gaming.

PCI Express 4.0

PCI Express 4.0

Remove performance bottlenecks and accelerate your workflow

3rdGen AMD Ryzen™ processors feature support for the world’s first PCIe® 4.0 connectivity, to enable the most advanced motherboards, graphics, and storage technologies available. The new PCIe 4.0 standard DOUBLES the bandwidth of PCIe 3.0 to up to 2GB/s per lane, or up to 32 GB/s on a x16 slot, enabling new generations of high-performance graphics cards, networking devices, NVMe drives, ethernet cards and more.

Designed for X570

AMD 3000 Series Desktop Ready

AMD Socket AM4 Compatibility

AMD Ryzen™ 3000 Series Desktop processors are compatible with all 500 Series motherboards out-of-the box, and are compatible with 400 Series and A320 motherboards when a compatible BIOS update has been installed. Please visit the manufacturer’s website for your motherboard to verify support for your processor model, and for guidance on the BIOS update procedure(s). Motherboards with packaging featuring the above logo are compatible without requiring a BIOS update.

AMD Wraith Prism Cooler

Wraith Prism with RGB LED

Strong and Bright

The AMD Wraith Prism represents AMD’s ultimate cooling solution for air-cooled processors. The Wraith Prism goes where no stock cooler has gone before with per-RGB LED control around the illuminated light ring and transparent fan blades for movement and rainbow color effect control. It features direct-contact heat pipes and fan overclocking control to increase thermal effectiveness, too.

Unique Technologies

StoreMI Ryzen Master
AMD StoreMI Technology AMD Ryzen™ Master Utility
SSDs are fast, but expensive, and offer minimal capacity. Mechanical hard drives boast large capacity for a low price, but are much slower than an SSD. AMD StoreMI technology “combines” these two types of storage into a single drive and automatically moves the data you access the most to the SSD. Every AMD Ryzen™ processor is multiplier-unlocked from the factory, so you can personalize performance to your taste. AMD provides the AMD Ryzen™ Master utility to access this powerful advantage.
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Specifications

CPU

CPU Type AMD Ryzen 7
CPU Manufacturer AMD
CPU Cores Octa Core
CPU Socket Socket AM4
CPU Brand AMD
CPU TDP 95 W
Cache 36 MB
CPU Threads 16
Processor Turbo Speed 4.5 GHz
CPU Family AMD Ryzen 7
Processor Number 3800X
CPU Speed 3.9 GHz
L3 Cache 32 MB
Technology TSMC 7nm FinFET
Socket AM4
CodeName Zen 2
Number of Cores 8
Turbo Core Yes
Turbo Speed 4.5 GHz
Number of Threads 16 threads

Graphics

Integrated Graphics No

Memory

Maximum Memory Size 128 GB
Memory Types DDR4-3200 MHz
Number of Memory Channels 2 channels

Electrical

TDP (Thermal Design Power) 105 W

Physical

Form Factor CPU
In The Box AMD Ryzen 7 3800X CPU
Wraith Prism with RGB LED Cooler

Warranty

Warranty 3 Years

Key Features

Socket(s) AM4
CPU Cooler Included Yes
Microsoft Processor List E

Item Details

Manufacturer AMD
Manufacturer Code 100-100000025BOX
EAN 0730143309899
UPC 730143309899
Condition New
Warranty

Warranty Information

Warranty 3 Years

Manufacturer Information

Manufacturer AMD
Manufacturer Code 100-100000025BOX
Questions and Answers

Do you have you a question about the AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 3.9GHz Octa Core Processor with 8 Cores, 16 Threads, 105W TDP, 36MB Cache, 4.5GHz Turbo, Wraith Prism Cooler?

Q: Hi will this CPU work in an ASUS ROG STRIX X470-F Gaming Motherboard.
Answer by Website User on 28th July 2021
With a bios update this would work fine. - Kristian N
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Reviews
4 / 5 7 reviews

Richard

last month

Upgraded from a 1700X afflicted with the 'performance marginality' issue, but had to use a beta bios for this to boot. At the time it was only slightly more expensive than the 3700X. Compile times are much better. All core boost ends up being 4.2-4.3, and low-core boost 4.6ish. The chip claims to run hot compared to the 1700x, but doesn't seem to heat up the coolant. I've redone the waterblock three times but no change so I think it's just reporting different values to before.

Toby Raine

10 months ago

Great CPU, with added value for money in the from of a fairly decent RGB cpu cooler included. Compatible with PCIe 4.0 where equivalent intel CPUs currently are not.

Ashley

August 2020

So easy to overclock my first amd chip was a bit old school with the pins on the chip but was ok to mount had a little bit of a shake on

Jamie McClean

June 2020

Great processor, got it for a fanstic price also good quality silicon cant complain.

Ian Jolliffe

June 2020

Excellent CPU, replaced my old Intel i7-6800K, the only downside being the loss of the Intel Raid facility

Kevin

January 2020

Can't fault it so far. A huge step up from my 2600 but might not be worth the extra money over the 3700x

Fahim

November 2019

Okay well I gave this 3/5 for value because as we all probably know, the 3700X is the much better buy and this cpu offers nothing above that one. But still, I purchased this and for everything I do, it's amazing. I upgraded from a 4930k which is a 5 year old CPU so your increase in performance might not be the same as mine unless you also upgrade from a much older CPU. For gaming, this is fantastic. Hands down one of the best CPUs you can buy right now. 8 cores and 16 threads will handle anything you throw at it. One minor gripe is that is never hits it's boost clock. AMD stated the boost for this cpu is 4.5ghz but under single core scenarios, it hits 4.3ghz and under all core 4.15ghz, well under its rated boost. This is with the included Wraith RGB cooler which kept it under 75c. Even with Ryzen master, pbo, and the Ryzen power plan, I couldn't get it to hit over 4.1 on all cores. A shame really as this cpu is so powerful at 4.1, I'd love to hit 4.5. As for overclocking, with Ryzen it's a bit hit and miss. Stay at stock and all core won't boost much but single will and if you overclock, all core boosts higher but you lose single core performance compared to stock. So maybe in the future, I'll upgrade the cooler and overclock it but for now, I have no choice but to stay at stock.