AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor

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AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor

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  • 8 Cores & 16 Threads
  • 3.6 GHz Clock Speed
  • 4.0 GHz Maximum Turbo Frequency
  • AM4 Socket
  • 16MB L3 Cache
  • No Integrated Graphics
  • Dual-Channel DDR4 Memory Interface
  • AMD Virtualization
  • AVX 2.0 Extensions
  • Unlocked Multiplier
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Designed as the flagship model of AMD's multi-core processors, the Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor from AMD has a base clock speed of 3.6 GHz and a maximum turbo frequency of 4.0 GHz. Additionally, this processor features eight cores with sixteen threads in an AM4 socket and has 16MB of L3 cache memory. Having eight cores allows the processor to run multiple programs simultaneously without slowing down the system, while the sixteen threads allow a basic ordered sequence of instructions to be passed through or processed by a single CPU core. This processor has a TDP of 95W and supports Extended Frequency Range (XFR), dual-channel DDR4 memory, AVX 2.0 extensions, 14nm semiconductor technology, AMD SenseMI technology, FMA3, and AMD Virtualization.

Graphically, the Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor does not contain any integrated graphics, meaning that users will need to purchase a dedicated graphics card of their choice. It is also unlocked, meaning it can be overclocked past its maximum turbo frequency. However, this is not recommended, as it will cause the processor to run much hotter. This CPU is protected by a limited 2-year warranty.

General Features

AMD Socket AM4 Platform

AM4 Socket
The AMD AM4 Platform puts effortless compatibility front and center. Their 1331-pin processor socket works with AMD Ryzen Desktop Processors and AMD 7th Gen Desktop Processors. The one Socket AM4 motherboard you buy will work with any AM4 processor (some 300-series boards may require a BIOS flash). And with support for the latest I/O standards like USB 3.1 Gen 2, NVMe, or PCI Express 3.0, it's easy to build a high-performance system that can grow with your needs.

"Zen" Core Architecture

High Performance and Efficiency
AMD's high-performance x86 Core "Zen" architecture helps delivers >52% improvement in instructions per clock cycle over the previous generation AMD core.
Compute Efficiency
The "Zen" core is a "clean sheet" x86 processor design that's inspiring a generation of high-performance AMD computing products in 2017 and beyond. "Zen" combines thinking in high-throughput and low-power design methodologies to create a balanced and versatile architecture right at home in the desktop, laptop, datacenter, and supercomputer.
Performance and Efficiency for Next-Gen Applications
Cloud computing, enterprise productivity, immersive visual experiences, gaming, and data security open up new frontiers - and demand more computing performance with optimal energy efficiency. From the very beginning, AMD engineers designed the "Zen" core to meet those demands with a high-performance execution engine, large caches, and powerful multi-threading capabilities.
"Zen" Microarchitecture Details
"Zen" cores are designed to efficiently use available micro-architectural resources for improved compute performance. Compared to AMD's previous architecture, three-tier cache system and pre-fetch algorithms enable higher throughput in the cache and execution engines.

AMD SenseMI Technology

Extended Frequency Range (XFR)
Automatic extra performance boost for enthusiasts with premium systems and processor cooling:
  • Permits CPU speeds above and beyond ordinary Precision Boost limits
  • Clock speed scales with cooling solution: air, water, and LN2
  • Fully automated; no user input required
  • Precision Boost
    Fine-tuned processor performance adjusted in real time to meet the performance demands of your game or app:
  • Adjusts clock speeds in 25 MHz increments to help optimize performance
  • Clock-speed changes can occur without pausing work
  • Neural Net Prediction
    A true artificial intelligence inside every AMD Ryzen processor employs an artificial neural network to understand your applications and anticipate the next steps of your workflow in real time. These "powers of prediction" can boost performance by steering your apps and games down the most efficient paths inside the processor.
    Pure Power
    A sophisticated grid of smart sensors that monitors CPU temperature, resource usage, and power draw brings cool and quiet operation to your AMD Ryzen processor with intelligent power optimization circuits, plus the low power requirements of an advanced 14 nm FinFET manufacturing technology.
    Smart Prefetch
    Sophisticated learning algorithms understand the inner workings of your applications and anticipate what data they might need. Smart Prefetch predictively brings that data into the AMD Ryzen processor for fast and responsive computing.

    AMD Ryzen Master Utility

    AMD Ryzen Master
    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.
    Personalized Performance
    AMD Ryzen Master provides for up to four profiles to store custom clocks and voltage adjustments for both the Ryzen CPU and DDR4 memory. You can park cores and adjust memory timings, too.
    System Monitoring
    Accurate hardware status updates are vital, so AMD Ryzen Master has you covered with both real-time monitoring and a histogram of per-core clock rates and temperature, including average and peak readings.

    Virtualization

    Hardware-Based GPU Virtualization Solution
    AMD MxGPU is a hardware-based virtualized GPU solution, is built on industry standard SR-IOV (Single-Root I/O Virtualization) technology, and allows up to 16 virtualized users per physical GPU to work remotely. Unlike software virtualization offerings, AMD's scalable VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure) technology can better protect valuable data by using a dedicated share of local memory for increased security.
    Performance
    An AMD graphics card equipped with their MxGPU technology offers consistent, predictable performance. IT managers can easily configure these solutions to allow for up to 16 users on a single GPU. When the card is appropriately configured to meet the needs of the organization, users can expect the same access to the GPU no matter their workload. There is no worry about any one user tying up the entire GPU while other users experience slow and unresponsive systems. Each user can now have an equal share of the GPU to allow them to design, create, and execute their workflows.
    Data Security
    Users will have peace of mind knowing that their valuable work and data is being protected from other prying eyes. Unlike software virtualization, AMD's hardware-based virtualization solution makes it extremely difficult for a hacker to break in at the hardware level; with software virtualization, any breaches or holes in the underlying driver can be exploited to access a guest virtual machine in an unauthorized fashion. For organizations that highly value security, AMD's MxGPU solutions offer a clear option for their virtualized workstation needs.
    Full Certifications
    There are virtually no limits what can or can't be done in VDI, with full OpenGL, DirectX, and OpenCL acceleration and full ISV certification for Dassault Systèmes SOLIDWORKS, PTC Creo, Siemens NX, and more.
    Radeon Pro Software and VDI Ecosystem
    AMD Multiuser GPU (MxGPU) virtualized graphics delivers workstation-class graphics with local desktop-like performance from the data center to virtually any device, virtually anywhere. In bringing the power comparable to a physical GPU to virtual environments, AMD MxGPU virtualized graphics uses the unified Radeon Pro Software Enterprise driver which lets users effortlessly run professional applications on both physical and virtual machines.
    VMware Support
    With support for VMware vSphere 6.0 and higher, system admins will love how easy AMD MxGPU virtualized graphics is to set up. The Radeon Pro Settings for VMware seamlessly integrated into VMware vCenter allows for management of physical GPUs at the host and datacenter level with a simple and intuitive interface. Admins can quickly set up a VDI environment, rapidly deploy virtual GPUs to existing virtual machines, and enable hundreds of professionals with just a few mouse clicks depending on the number of GPUs in the system configuration.
    Citrix Support
    AMD MxGPU graphics support Citrix HDX 3D Pro technology, enabling IT departments to create virtual workstations with greater economies of scale, robust security features, and higher performance of graphics apps in mind. Multi-user GPU (MxGPU) technology is now fully integrated with the Citrix's HDX 3D Pro protocol. HDX 3D Pro enables users to deliver desktops and applications that leverage the GPU for hardware acceleration, including applications that require OpenGL, OpenCL, and DirectX support.
    Radeon Pro Graphics Delivered From the Cloud
    Radeon Pro MxGPU (multi-user GPU) technology gives cloud services providers the ability to offer virtualized GPUs in their cloud environments. The AMD virtualized, or shared, GPUs deliver security and low-cost cloud-based instances that allow our cloud partners to flexibly scale their GPU-based environments.

    Enmotus FuzeDrive for AMD Ryzen

    Enmotus FuzeDrive
    FuzeDrive software analyzes all of the storage hardware available on your system, from fastest to slowest: from DDR4 RAM, to 3D Xpoint NVMe drives, standard NVMe drives, SSD drives, and mechanical hard disks. During the setup process, it combines these disks into what your system sees as a single, larger disk. Unlike caching schemes, FuzeDrive lets you use both the SSD and the HDD capacities together as one large boot drive. For example, you can now combine a 128GB SSD and 2TB hard drive into a large bootable 2.1TB high performance FuzeDrive.

    Once installed, FuzeDrive intelligently and continuously analyzes your system, activating an ongoing process to make it as fast and responsive as possible. For instance, your Windows operating system boot files are moved to the fastest non-volatile storage to accelerate boot times. And as you use your system from day to day, FuzeDrive notices what applications you run and automatically prioritizes the applications and data you use the most, so it's accessed as quickly as possible from the fastest storage tier available. That means faster boot times, faster application and game load times, and a more responsive system.
    UPC: 730143308366
    In the Box
    AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor
  • Limited 2-Year Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    General
    CPU Model AMD Ryzen 7 1800X
    CPU Socket AM4
    Manufacturing Process 14 nm
    Maximum Number of PCIe Lanes Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Unlocked Yes
    Performance
    Number of Cores 8
    Number of Threads 16
    Base Clock Speed 3.6 GHz
    Maximum Boost Speed 4.0 GHz
    L2 Cache 1 x 4 MB
    L3 Cache 16 MB
    Memory Support
    Maximum Capacity Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Memory Support DDR4 2667 MHz
    ECC Memory Not Specified by Manufacturer
    Channel Architecture Dual Channel
    Power
    Thermal Design Power (TDP) 95 W
    Thermal Solution None
    Maximum Temperature 203°F / 95°C
    Technology
    AES Support Yes
    Extension AVX, FMA3
    Instruction Set 64-Bit
    Virtualization Yes: AMD MxGPU
    Graphics Chipset None
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    Performance Technologies SenseMI, XFR, Precision Boost
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.3 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.898 x 5.354 x 5.276"
    Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 12.
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from AMD's new beefy processor. I wanted to build a new AMD powered computer and as soon as the Ryzen processor was released I went to work on getting the parts together. Since the Ryzen 7 1800X is the top of the line processor with 8 cores and a total of 16 threads, it has plenty of horsepower for running multiple applications/processes with ease. While the clock speeds aren't quite as fast as some of the Intel processors available, it is still pretty fast. If you are looking to build a new computer with lots of processing power, then you might start with the Ryzen 7 processors. While AMD hasn't quite caught up to Intel, they are getting closer and doing it at a pretty reasonable price considering the Intel equivalent to this processor is nearly double the price.
    Date published: 2017-04-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Believe the hype. But do your research. These are powerful. First day released this chip was overclocked and broke the multi-threading record. It obviously over-clocks well with the right board. I'd recommend Gigabyte. This will be a fantastic choice for a production rig. AMD really came out swinging like Pacquiao. Single thread processing is still not surpassing Intel, but it's getting on their heels now at least and these chips use MUCH less power! In a lot of ways this chip is better than Intel's. Max RAM will be 64gb. The high end Intel LGA2011 socket CPU's with the 8 lane boards WILL be able to use double that. But 64gb is still a lot, even for something like composing music. Paired with SSD's, it should be plenty for even the most RAM intensive tasks. And when you figure the price difference between the two systems, most of us will be willing to settle for 64gb RAM This isn't necessarily the chip you want for high end gaming though! If you bought this specifically for gaming, you probably didn't do your research and don't understand that most games are hungry for single core processing, where Intel shines. They don't often take advantage of multi-threading. That's why AMD has been so far behind when it comes to gaming, but still very competitive and much better value when it comes to workstations. There are better and more affordable choices from AMD's Ryzen line for gaming. Have the initiative Hope that helps!
    Date published: 2017-03-04
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is the Ryzen 7 with highest default base clock It seems all the ryzen 7 CPUs are pretty much identical with different clock setting. The 1800X I bought does overclock to 4.0GHz on air cooling at 1.45V and has passed some stress tests, but with mostly < 10% performance gain after overclocking, I would rather run the CPU at default settings for a longer lifespan. If you want a ryzen 7 that runs at overclocked speed full time and plan to upgrade within a couple of years, 1700 might be much more a cost effective choice.
    Date published: 2017-03-23
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ryzen 7 1800X I pre ordered the 1800x and im excited to see what this 8 core can do. I will post an update after I run benchmarks and see how well it over clocks on with the NZXT Kraken X62. The computer industry needed this and I hope Ryzen matches the hype.
    Date published: 2017-03-01
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Yup, works great! Long time Intel fan boy. Tried AMD for the first time and I am absolutely happy. Was torn between this and i7 7700K. Forceasting multi core as the future for simulations and potentially gaming (maybe), I bought this. Have been using this for a week. This gives insanely high performance for simulation software (CAD, FEA, or even Video Editing) when compared to i7 7700k. Theoretically, though it would fare slightly poorer in gaming w.r.t. i7, it is not a drastic drop. Hugely impressed with Ryzen 1800x. But you need to OC do cross 4 GHz at your own risk. Very easy to do that though! Go for it.
    Date published: 2017-07-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Would recommend. I was easily able to overclock to 4Ghz and under 100% load it tops out st 70 degrees. Very impressed.
    Date published: 2017-04-20
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Do not buy this if you think you can overclock. Wont do 4ghz This is a 3.6 ghz chip. It'l go 3.6-3.8 automatically and thats about it. Wont even run stable at 4.0ghz with normal voltages set to auto with ram at 2933mhz. (newest bios and all on a asus crossfire hero vi) It is however, an 8 core CPU that does what a 1000$ CPU can does. Gaming is fine, can get high frames with a gtx 1080. Its been a learning experience, I like the CPU so far, but for the extra price of intel, it would be worth it with less headaches and stability.
    Date published: 2017-05-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Runs Well Runs around 96 degrees with moderate cooling. Blisteringly fast. Would absolutely recommend.
    Date published: 2017-03-27
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