AMD Ryzen 7 1700 CPU Review
Rated one of the best brands for the manufacture of Central Processing Units, AMD is back with their newest addition to the Ryzen line of processors, with their best yet: the AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Processor with Wraith Spire LED Cooler. With a sophisticated, sleek and attractive design, processing units have never looked better.
The AMD Ryzen 7 1700 is a cool and quiet processing unit, which uses a grid of smart sensors that allows it to function at its best conditions at all times. It keeps track of the CPU temperature, resource usage and the amount of energy and power used by it. The adaptive control it possesses allows it to reduce and increase the power used by it according to the amount of work given to it by the user. Thus, due to these measures of reducing the power used by this processor, gamers can play using this CPU without worrying about the amount of heat generated by it, or the disruptive noise created by it, allowing us to play an immersive game or browse the internet in peace.
In order to increase the speed of the processor, AMD has created an artificial intelligence inside the processor, which performs several functions for the most efficient working of the processor. It is a true neural network within the CPU, which builds a map of how the programs on the computer use the processor to get their work done and optimises these pathways for maximum efficiency. Thus, the user can be ensured that the CPU will always be working at maximum speed.
The processor is tuned to adjust the performance of the processor according to the requirements of the application being used. In order to optimise performance, the processor adjusts clock speeds at 25 MHz increments, all while the program is still running un-paused. This results in high precision performance.
The AMD Ryzen 7 1700 processor comes with a Wraith Spire LED cooler. This ensures that the CPU and computer never heat up and always function at optimum temperatures. This is perfect for computers with no exceptional coolers of their own, thereby increasing the performance of the processor and the computer as a whole.
With 8 processor cores and 16 threads, this CPU is designed for the large and complex programs that other processors struggle with. Increasing its powerful stance is a highly low TDP (Thermal Design Power) of 65 W. It consists of AMD SenseMI technology and customised, colourful LED illumination.
At a relatively cheap cost, this processor is the best for overclocking and can withstand a high amount of stress. It is known for its extravagant and sturdy nature and can support all kinds of new platforms with relative ease.