The new AMD Ryzen 7 2700X belongs to the new series of Ryzen 2000 processors, the most powerful and current CPUs the company that represents a new step forward in the magnificent line started a year ago with the Ryzen family of AMD processors.
Specifically, the 2700X model is a silicon manufactured in 12 nanometers, a smaller lithograph that allows you to do more with less, because in the same space as before, AMD is able to include a greater number of elements.
The CPU consists of 8 multi-threaded cores with a speed of 4360 MHz each, resulting in 16 processing lines. The generational jump yields an increase of the frequencies of 9%, percentage that is increased with the improvements of technologies like Precision Boost Overdrive and XFR2 of which we will speak next.
It has 2 modules of 8 MB of L3 cache (16 MB in total) next to 2 MB of L2 cache (divided into 8 blocks of 512 KB) and two modules of 8 x 32 KB and 8 x 64 KB blocks of L1 cache memory until reaching 768 KB, remaining almost identically with the range caps of the previous generation.
- # of CPU Cores 8
- # of Threads 16
- Base Clock 3.7GHz
- Max Boost Clock 4.3GHz
- Total L1 Cache 768KB
- Total L2 Cache 4MB
- Total L3 Cache 16MB
- Unlocked Yes
- CMOS 12nm FinFET
- Package AM4
- PCI Express Version PCIe 3.0 x16
- Thermal Solution Wraith Prism with RGB LED
- Default TDP / TDP 105W
- Max Time 85 ° C
- Max System Memory Speed 2933MHz
- System Memory Type DDR4
- Memory Channels 2