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AMD Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X, and 1700 Processor Review

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AMD Ryzen 7 1800X, 1700X, and 1700 Processor Testing:

3DMark: The just-released version of Futuremark's popular 3DMark suite is designed to let a wider range of the user base make a comparative analysis of the gaming prowess of their systems from entry level PCs, to notebooks, and extreme gaming PCs.



  • Default test settings
  • Time Spy Score
  • Physics Test



Hitman (2016):

Hitman (2016) is a stealth action-adventure game played from a third-person perspective. Hitman (2016) is the sixth iteration of this series and acts as a prequel to the entire series, while also taking part after the events in Hitman: Absolution. The game was developed by IO interactive and published by Square Enix, with a release date for PC in March 2016 for the first part of the episodic content. To deliver the visuals, the game uses a modified Glacier 2 game engine. This title takes advantage of the ability to run in DirectX 12 mode for users who have adopted Windows 10.


  • DirectX 12
  • Level Of Detail = Ultra
  • SMAA
  • Texture Quality = High
  • Texture Filter = 16x Anisotropic
  • SSAO = On
  • Shadow Maps = Ultra
  • Shadow Resolution = High





Tom Clancy's The Division:

Tom Clancy's The Division faced an uphill battle to become the highest opening day grossing title in Ubisoft's history. Built as an open-world, third-person shooter video game, Ubisoft Massive developed the game with some assistance from Red Star Entertainment for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, with Ubisoft taking care of the publishing. Ubisoft Massive developed and built the Snowdrop game engine specifically for The Divison due to the need for an intelligent engine to manage the dynamic global illumination, destruction, detail, and visual effects.




  • DirectX 11
  • Ultra Preset
  • Shadow Quality = High
  • Post FX AA = Off
  • Temporal AA = Supersampling
  • Snow = Yes
  • Fog = Ultra
  • Anisotropic Filtering = 16x





When you get to the story on gaming, the results delivered by AMD's Ryzen R7 processors speaks volumes, Starting with the Time Spy benchmark in Futuremark's suite, I see that at stock speeds the performance delivered by the Ryzen Trio is just about on par with the 5960X, with the R7 1800X delivering comparable overall and physics scores. The R7 1700X and R7 1700 are slightly behind the 1800X. In the Firestrike testing, the X chips are delivering comparable overall scoring with a significant margin over the 5960X in the physics scoring.

The FPS levels in Tom Clancy's The Division are very close across the board, with a maximum FPS margin from first to worst of 4 FPS. Experience wise, there is no performance gap. When you look at Hitman (2016), the results show more variability, with the maximum margin spiking to about 17 FPS when you compare the Ryzen CPU's to the Core i7 6950 and 14 FPS when you compare to the Core i7 5960X. This is at 1680 x 1050, but at 1920 x 1080 the margins shrink markedly.

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