AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and 1300X CPU Review


AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and 1300 Processors Review


Passmark is slightly more reliant upon clock speed and core numbers than PC Mark and the results reflect this.

AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and 1300 Processors Review  

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27-07-2017, 13:20:00

Yay thanks for the review Tom. I will watch the video when I get back later

Ed. And another brill T-shirt Quote

27-07-2017, 14:07:39

Not bad. Cute little blighters. The upgrade path is such a huge selling point. If you're a 15-year-old teen who's begged his/her parents to build you a new PC, grab an R3 1300, a B350 motherboard and an RX 570 and you've got a really nice gaming setup that could be pushed to epic territory when you finish school at 17 and get your first job.Quote

27-07-2017, 15:46:29

It's all about those volts!

TTL rulez #1 Manual VoltsQuote

27-07-2017, 17:33:08

Extremely great CPUs. I don't see a reason to get any Intel i3 or i5 anymore. Ryzen 3/5 definitely has the lower end market covered. Only Intel holds the top crown with a 7700kQuote

27-07-2017, 17:38:36

Apparently Scan have just dropped the price of the I3 K to £100.

That's what? a week after Intel being pig greedy and saying they were upping the price of the Pentium.Quote

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