AMD Ryzen 7 3700X processor review

Ryzen 7 3700X processor released by AMD; release date: December 2019. The processor is designed for desktop-computers and based on Zen 2 microarchitecture.

CPU is unlocked for overclocking. Total number of cores - 12, threads - 24. Maximum CPU clock speed - 5 GHz. Manufacturing process technology - 7 nm. Cache size: L1 - 96K (per core), L2 - 512K (per core), L3 - 32MB.

Supported memory types: DDR4.

Supported socket types: AM4. Maximum number of processors in a configuration - 1. Power consumption (TDP): 105 Watt.

Benchmarks

PassMark
Single thread mark
Top 1 CPU
This CPU
3027
2906
PassMark
CPU mark
Top 1 CPU
This CPU
48352
23838
Geekbench 4
Single Core
Top 1 CPU
This CPU
5311
1259
Geekbench 4
Multi-Core
Top 1 CPU
This CPU
36691
8745
3DMark Fire Strike
Physics Score
Top 1 CPU
This CPU
14639
0
Name Value
PassMark - Single thread mark 2906
PassMark - CPU mark 23838
Geekbench 4 - Single Core 1259
Geekbench 4 - Multi-Core 8745
3DMark Fire Strike - Physics Score 0

Specifications (specs)

Essentials

Architecture codename Zen 2
Launch date December 2019
Place in performance rating 264
Vertical segment Desktop

Performance

64 bit support
Base frequency 4.2 GHz
L1 cache 96K (per core)
L2 cache 512K (per core)
L3 cache 32MB
Manufacturing process technology 7 nm
Maximum frequency 5 GHz
Number of cores 12
Number of threads 24
Transistor count 19,200 million
Unlocked

Memory

Supported memory types DDR4

Compatibility

Max number of CPUs in a configuration 1
Sockets supported AM4
Thermal Design Power (TDP) 105 Watt

Advanced Technologies

Fused Multiply-Add 3 (FMA3)
Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX)
Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (AVX2)
Intel® AES New Instructions

Virtualization

AMD Virtualization (AMD-V™)