AMD Ryzen 7 1700 OCed To 4.0GHz On Stock Air Cooler & Benchmarked
AMD’s most affordable Ryzen 7 part, the $329 1700, is a force to be reckoned with when overclocked if these benchmarks are anything to go by. Whats more, this 65W part is said to be a decent overclocker, reaching 4.0GHz on the boxed stock Wraith cooling unit that comes with it.
This leak comes via a user on the Baidu Chinese forums who has managed to get his hands on a retail 1700 boxed unit before the official launch of the Ryzen 7 series tomorrow. But as always, take this leak like any other with a healthy dose of salt.
Ryzen 7 1700 Overclocked to 4.0GHz On AMD’s Stock Wraith Air Cooler
This is the cooling unit that comes boxed with every 1700 chip and the one that has allegedly been used to achieve this 4.0GHz overclock. It’s called the Wraith Spire and offers 95 watts of cooling, making this 4.0GHz result all that more impressive. The overclock was achieved with an X370 motherboard. The system was also equipped with 16GB of DDR4 memory of an unknown speed. The benchmarks include 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme and CPU-Z’s built-in single & multihreaded tests.
So without any further delay, let’s dig into the numbers!
The tested system was equipped with one GTX 1060 graphics card, 16GB of unknown speed DDR4 memory and the overclocked Ryzen 7 1700 running at 4.0GHz. The CPU managed to achieve a physics score of 20,184. This score puts it firmly ahead of the i7 6900K running at stock and even an i7 6800K overclocked to 4.2GHz, which score 18635 and 18961 respectively.
Ryzen 7 1700 @ 4.0GHz – Single-Threaded & Multithreaded CPU-Z
The second test we have is even more impressive. Here the 1700 running at 4.0GHz scores 2251 points in the single-threaded part of the benchmark. We grabbed the official list off the CPU-Z validator site for reference. At 4.0GHz the 1700 outperforms every single CPU other than the 7700K in single-threaded performance. Which turbos to 4.5GHz in this test and scores 2301 points.
Very Impressive, But Again Wait For Reviews
As always, take these synthetic tests with the usual grain of salt and make sure to check out the comprehensive independent product reviews that are coming out tomorrow. AMD’s Ryzen 7 lineup which is comprised of the Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X and 1700 will officially ship to customers on March 2nd and are currently available for pre-order worldwide.
|AMD Ryzen CPU||Cores/Threads||Cache||TDP||Cooler||Base||Turbo||XFR||Price||Launch|
|AMD Ryzen 7 1800X||8/16||20MB||95W||N/A||3.6GHz||4.0GHz||4.1GHz||$499||March 2nd|
|AMD Ryzen 7 1700X||8/16||20MB||95W||N/A||3.4GHz||3.8GHz||3.9GHz||$399||March 2nd|
|AMD Ryzen 7 1700||8/16||20MB||65W||Wraith Spire||3.0GHz||3.7GHz||3.75GHz||$329||March 2nd|
|AMD Ryzen 5 1600X||6/12||20MB||TBA||TBA||3.6GHz||4.0GHz||TBA||TBA||Q2 2017|
|AMD Ryzen 5 1500X||4/8||12MB||TBA||TBA||3.5GHz||3.7GHz||TBA||TBA||Q2 2017|
Everything We Know About Ryzen :
– All 17 Ryzen SKUs, specs & prices.
– MSI & ASRock X370 and B350 AM4 Ryzen motherboards.
– ASUS, GIGABYTE & BIOSTAR X370 and B350 AMD Ryzen motherboards.
– Ryzen DR4 3600Mhz memory support.
– Ryzen 5 1600X benchmarks.
– Ryzen 7 1700X benchmarks.
– Ryzen 7 1800X gaming benchmarks.
– Ryzen 7 1-click overclocking on air – 6950X performance.
– Ryzen 7 1700X, 5 1600X & 3 1300 3DMark benchmarks.
– New Ryzen CPU coolers.
– ASUS Crosshair VI Hero X370 Motherboard Unboxing.
– Entire ASUS AM4 motherboard lineup & prices.
– AMD Ryzen Architecture deep-dive.