AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor Electronics

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About this item Processor provides dependable and fast execution of tasks with maximum efficiency.Graphics Frequency : 2200 MHZ.Number of CPU Cores : 8. Maximum Operating Temperature (Tjmax) : 89°C. Ryzen 7 product line processor for better usability and increased efficiency 5 nm process technology for reliable performance with maximum productivity Octa-core (8 Core) processor core allows multitasking with great reliability and fast processing speed 8 MB L2 + 96 MB L3 cache memory provides excellent hit rate in short access time enabling improved system performance Processor with 4.20 GHz clock speed for reliable and fast execution of instructions to ensure maximum convenience and feasibility Comes with AMD Radeon Graphics controller for amazing graphics output

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Processor ‎5 GHz ryzen_7

Brand ‎AMD Series ‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D Item model number ‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D Item Weight ‎2.8 ounces Product Dimensions ‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches Item Dimensions LxWxH ‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches Processor Brand ‎AMD Number of Processors ‎1 Computer Memory Type ‎DIMM Manufacturer ‎AMD ASIN ‎B0BTZB7F88 Date First Available ‎April 6, 2023

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Processor ‎5 GHz ryzen_7

Brand ‎AMD

Series ‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

Item model number ‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

Item Weight ‎2.8 ounces

Product Dimensions ‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH ‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches

Processor Brand ‎AMD

Number of Processors ‎1

Computer Memory Type ‎DIMM

Manufacturer ‎AMD

ASIN ‎B0BTZB7F88

Date First Available ‎April 6, 2023

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About this item Processor provides dependable and fast execution of tasks with maximum efficiency.Graphics Frequency : 2200 MHZ.Number of CPU Cores : 8. Maximum Operating Temperature (Tjmax) : 89°C. Ryzen 7 product line processor for better usability and increased efficiency 5 nm process technology for reliable performance with maximum productivity Octa-core (8 Core) processor core allows multitasking with great reliability and fast processing speed 8 MB L2 + 96 MB L3 cache memory provides excellent hit rate in short access time enabling improved system performance Processor with 4.20 GHz clock speed for reliable and fast execution of instructions to ensure maximum convenience and feasibility Comes with AMD Radeon Graphics controller for amazing graphics output

The Dominant Gaming Processor, with AMD 3D V-Cache™ Technology for Even More Game PerformanceWhatever the setting, whatever the resolution, lead your team to victory with this incredible gaming processor. Plus, enjoy the benefits of next-gen AMD 3D V-Cache™ technology for low latency and even more game performance.

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Processor

‎5 GHz ryzen_7

Brand

‎AMD

Series

‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

Item model number

‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

Item Weight

‎2.8 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches

Processor Brand

‎AMD

Number of Processors

‎1

Computer Memory Type

‎DIMM

Manufacturer

‎AMD

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‎B0BTZB7F88

Date First Available

‎April 6, 2023

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60 reviews for AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor Electronics

  1. Dominique DauratDominique Daurat

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    The best for gaming. Very easy to install and configure bios. Works perfectly with EXPO for RAM.

    I upgraded from an intel i5-8600K after 5 years. I was wary of hearing how unstable and finicky AMD could be, but I was pleasantly surprised. Installation and BIOS configuration was a BREEZE. Posted easily on Windows 11. It supports EXPO on my RAM on 1st try without issues. Note that you will need to upgrade to DDR5.Also note that this CPU does not come with a box cooler. I thought I needed a bigger cooler but the SilverStone 240 AIO I had on hand is doing a fantastic job so far on push-pull front intake. 38Cs-low 40sC at low load and max 65-70C during gaming using the integrated graphics. It can’t do much but was enough for testing. I will update my review when the GPU comes in and if I need better cooling after all.I got it on sales for Black Friday. Great value, especially compared to intel prices. I only plan to use it for gaming so I can’t comment on productivity.Delivery from Amazon was rapid and the box arrived in perfect condition. I have it installed on an MSI MPG B650 Edge WiFi motherboard.

    17 people found this helpful

  2. Mike

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Super Gaming

    Previously, I owned and tested 13900k/8000mhz DDR5 PC builds, and honestly, why not try AMD?This CPU is insanely power-efficient and basically fights the 13700k/13900k for its performance. During gaming, you run around 50 watts, and on full load, 75, compared to 13700k or 13900k, which is around 400 or ~100-150 during gaming.The AM5 CPUs will run hot, depending on your cooling solution. They run intentionally hot up to even 100 °C, and that’s literally by design due to a thick IHS. Go on Youtube and look at the first video: “Buildzoid 7800x3D Cool”—you can literally cool this CPU with a stock heatsink and lose like 1% of the performance.Compared to the Intel series of CPUs, you cannot overclock but can use “PBO,” which allows you to “curve optimize” the CPU and gain some performance points, but honestly, you can just use it stock.DDR5 overclocking is a bit more stable depending on your board and is basically capped at 6,000 for regular users. If you take some time, with the new agesas, you can try out 7800 mt+ or 6400 and gain basically the same FPS as an intel-tuned PC.Overall, this chip is insane for gaming; it sucks a bit at productivity and does lose to the Intel platform in some scenarios (productivity/some single-core loads), but if you’re a normal user, just buy some cheap 6000 ram, board, and cooling, and you will be able to upgrade to like a 3rd-gen CPU of the AM5 and stay within 15% of Intel performance without much struggle.

    54 people found this helpful

  3. Christopher’s Factory

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    LIGHTNING fast. 3D CPUs are well worth the hype.

    This stinkin’ thing is insanely fast. Totally blows my old 3800x out of the water. The 3D cache is so worth the money. Yet to find a game that is limited by CPU on any graphics quality. I was caught between this and a higher “trim” sans the 3D cache, but found that for almost all uses, single-core performance is more important that combined core performance. This means that the 7800X3D is better in most standard cases than a 7900x, despite being cheaper.Can’t recommend more!

    4 people found this helpful

  4. msan_msw

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great

    Get what you pay for, and this is the best of the best for gaming. Well worth it. Rock solid and insanely fast and max settings.

    6 people found this helpful

  5. The Barbarian Horde

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better choice right now

    My 2.5 year old prebuilt I got during the GPU shortage took forever to load BG3, and some other games, due to an under-powered gen3 M2 interface. So what is a gamer to do but get a new rig?My specifications called for a gen5 M2 drive and 10G Lan on-motherboard. I decided to go with team red for the CPU (7800X3D) this time, and don’t regret it at all. I used my old 3090 from the prebuilt, but everything else is new, and I couldn’t be happier. No driver issues, games load quickly and save scumming is good. Recommended.

    4 people found this helpful

  6. ZombieRommel

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Massive uptick in average FPS in Warzone 2

    I’ve always been an Intel guy, but there is no denying right now that AMD are making the fastest gaming chips. If you care about gaming performance, you cannot currently do better than this chip.The main competitive game I play is Warzone 2. I have the water-cooled version of the 3080ti (it has its own pump and exhaust fans) and I had previously been running an i9 10900k. It was cooled by a Noctua NHD15 on Windows 11 at 1440p. No matter how low I put the graphics settings, I could only ever average about 120-130 FPS with very frequent drops to 100-110FPS and some occasional drops to the high 80’s and low 90’s. This held true even if I used DLSS Performance mode. Zero difference in average FPS. It felt absolutely terrible to try to push an enemy team at close range with mortar strikes and smoke grenades going off and have a huge FPS drop. Felt equally as bad to stare off at a big cityscape horizon while trying to take long range precision shots and suddenly have to fight system performance.Long story short, I paired the 7800X3D with a Gigabyte x670 Aorus Elite AX motherboard and 32GB of DDR5 6000mhz Corsair Vengeance RAM, and my average FPS has exploded up to 190-210. Jumping out the plane I’m almost always above 200FPS, which is just absurd to me, and I’m frequently in the 210-220 range just running around Al Mazrah. My 1% lows are in the 165-180 range, which I can barely feel.I’ve tested this CPU as well in BF2042 and The Last of Us Part 1. Basically, I’m never CPU-bound anymore. When I lower my graphics settings, I get a lot of FPS back. That never used to happen. On my 3080ti + i9 10900k setup, it DIDN’T matter how low I dropped the graphics. There was minimal FPS difference between high and medium and even less difference between medium and low, because I was CPU bound.Now that I’m no longer CPU bound, I can drop graphics settings and get a LOT of FPS back or settle on a nice mix of medium & high for a story-driven game like TLOU and still get fantastic FPS with almost zero noticeable drops.Back when I was getting frustrated with WZ2 FPS drops, I had seriously considered that I might need to upgrade my GPU to a 4090 and I’ve very glad I held off on that decision. 4090 MSRP right now is $1600 without tax and I can’t find any on Amazon below $1700. With tax you’re looking at a pretty penny, and my FPS issues still would have continued unabated because I’d have been addressing the wrong problem.This CPU + mobo + RAM altogether came out to $972.98 with tax. So I basically saved at least $700 and probably more while massively increasing the performance scaling of the games I play and unlocking the full potential of my watercooled 3080ti.I did have to order an AM5 mounting bracket for my Noctua cooler, but that was only like 7 bucks and it was easy to install.When it comes to CPU’s, I can officially be counted as a member of team red. I’ve been building PC’s since 2006 and every single one of them up until now has had an Intel chip in it, but there is no denying the raw performance of 3D v cache in certain games, particularly in the battle royale genre.

    113 people found this helpful

  7. Fred

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s lonely at the top!

    RE: AMD Ryzen 7 7800x3dThis CPU is an example of engineering at its best, not only is it the No. 1 gamer but doing so using up to 60+ % less power, the efficiency of this CPU cannot be overstated. I built a new gamer around this chip and from the first boot I could tell this is a rig to content with. The first games I loaded in were Doom Eternal and Halo Infinite, and not only did I see an uptick in FPS but a very noticeable decrease in response time. The temps were running from the high 50s to the low 60s with an occasional spike to 70 and that was pushing the game to the max. My total power used (including a 27” HDR monitor) averaged 100 watts less than my previous rig while performing at a higher level. I highly recommend this CPU to anyone looking to build new or upgrade, I also recommend AMD to anyone interested in future proofing.

    10 people found this helpful

  8. D. Thomas

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    BEST GAMING CPU – as of early 2024

    If you’re shopping for a gaming CPU in 2024, then you are picking the right one. As of right now, there is no better AMD CPU for gaming. This CPU reach a little better that the Ryzen 9 7900X, and 7900 X3D has not been proven to be definitely better at the moment. Both of those Ryzen 9 CPUs cost significantly more than this one. So if you are building a PC, and plan to use an AMD processor (because who wants to pay double or triple the price for comparable performance from an Intel processor), then you’ve chosen the right one. Instead of reading reviews on Amazon, I would recommend that you look at technical reviews and comparisons and hierarchy lists on other websites. But then come back here and purchase it.

    2 people found this helpful

  9. Tart

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    perfect for gaming

    i upgraded to this cpu from a ryzen 5 3600 and the difference is actually crazy. i never go below 360 fps in fortnite and average around 450-500 in game uncapped with a 2060s while i wait for my new gpu to get delivered. my fps tripled just from the cpu and memory upgrade

  10. John

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Outperformed by 7900X in most games I play

    I bought this because of the hype I was hearing about how great this is for gaming. When paired with a RTX 4080, 7900xtx, or 4090 it certainly can be a true contender with one of the best gaming CPUs out there. I was let down however by the fact that I actually lost frames in most games I played such as COD. It wasn’t by much on average but it does seem to have more frame drops than the 7900X while in a more congested area with more things going on. I chose to stick with this CPU only because it uses less power for virtually similar performance in most cases. This CPU is good for its price and will certainly do very good in any gaming pc build. If you intend to use your PC for anything other than gaming though I would just go for the 7900X or wait until the 8000 series comes out. If you already have a 7900X this wouldn’t really be a upgrade more of a lateral move.

  11. Brandon Devore

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A BEAST for gaming

    Cost for performance is stellar for this CPU. Runs cool, mine hardly ever goes above 75c with just an air cooler after hours of heavy gaming. If you are in need of a CPU for more than gaming though… this is not the CPU for you. For standard workstation loads this CPU falls behind a 7700x. If you want more workload performance them try for the 7950X3D. Though as I said the 7800X3D is the best for gaming. It even surpasses the 7950X3D by a bit even in gaming. So if you wondering if this is worth the jump to AM5 i’d say if you can find a decent Mother Board for a good price then yes! My PC does NOT need water cooling to keep the parts cool when gaming with this CPU! Also not to mention it does all this while only requiring 65w of power!

  12. Zane Hewitt

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best gaming CPU

    This is going to run anything not much more to say and will hold up when gta 6 pc port run like ass 💀

  13. Garrett & Laura

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It’s great for gaming!

    Well, I seem to have won the silicone lottery, because I can OC this to 5.3Ghz and it is completely stable and stays at 60C with a liquid cooler. Between this and a OC’d RX 7900XTX Sapphire Nitro+ I manage at least 90 FPS in 4K everything maxed out on any game (Cyberpunk 2077, Witcher 3, Starfield, etc) That being said, the price for what you get is outstanding, and it’s perfect for gaming, but isn’t the most powerful CPU outside of that. Out of all that, for the price right now, absolutely go for it if you’re a gamer!

  14. Yersin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best CPU for gaming

    I have a B650 Aorus Elite AX and 7900XT. Works very well in 1440p gaming. For cooling I opted for Deepcool AK620 Zero Dark air cooler – which work fine – 65-68°C while gaming, around 40°C on idle and max of 83-84°C in Cinebench R24 15 min stress test. Very glad with what I got. P.S. If you are about to buy this CPU and do not care for looks – you can safely consider air cooling for your rig as it is more reliable. Be sure to buy a capable tower though – 500mm at least and more than 600mm if your case can allow it.

    One person found this helpful

  15. Ziggy

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great processor!

    This is a solid performing CPU. Don’t trust online bottleneck calculators, this CPU handles my 4080 Super with no bottlenecking.

  16. Daniel

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Una buena elecion!!

    Es poco lo que se puede decir nuevo de este procesador, pero yo personalmente estoy encantado primero por que soy fan de la marca y segundo por que cambie un AMD atlhon de 2 nucleos por esta belleza de de 8 nucleos asi que pocas personas como yo puede decir que notan la diferencia.

  17. Xue C

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great CPU

    I’m in love with this CPU. Absolutely fantastic.

  18. KevinKevin

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best gaming CPU

    If you’re considering this, I’m sure you already know this is currently the best CPU for gaming. Definitely not the bottleneck in my system for the games I play. With the Lian Li Galahad Trinity II, I max out at 82C when running cinebench for 30 minutes. During gaming, I never see this running over 75C. Undervolted to -25 and clocking 4.8GHz

    3 people found this helpful

  19. Christopher W.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic

    I haven’t had a single issue. It’s clocking exactly the way I’d expect it to, running at 40c at idle, no weird freezing or crashes and it’s running my 6400mhz 32GB ram perfectly with AMD Expo. I have no complaints. I do however miss the old PGA. It’s just easier for me to install a CPU when it’s PGA.

  20. Katherine

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best of the best

    Essential for a successful gaming PC build

  21. logan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great gaming cpu

    Paired with b650 motherboard and 7900xtx and its perfect for gaming

  22. A. Garcia

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Impressive CPU

    For me the results have been amazing after upgrading. Though many people, even in specialized magazines, will tell you that it is more important to upgrade the GPU than the CPU for gaming, I guess that statement only works for the kind of people who upgrade every couple of years. Since I wouldn’t upgrade every year even if I could (not a fan of electronic waste), the results of upgrading the CPU after 5 years are truly outstanding for me.I upgraded from an i7-7700k. Paired with a RTX3080, the 7800X3D literally doubles the FPS in many games in my G-Sync monitor, which allows me to play consistently over 60FPS at 1440p in games like The Witcher 3 and Cyberpunk 2077 at ULTRA + RT. That is a BIG change for me as a gamer.In fact, I doubt I could get the same results by upgrading to a RTX 4090 for 1,700 dollars because my rig was obviously CPU limited. So, don’t believe every “rule” you will find on YouTube. Which component should you upgrade first really depends on your current rig and your gaming preferences.Regarding the common misconception that this CPU is “not worth it” for productivity, my experience tells me something different. Such a statement only rings true when comparing the 7800X3D to this generation of CPUs ONLY. If you check the reviews that include previous processors, like those in Gamers Nexus, you will realize that for most jobs the 7800X3D is not very far behind the real-life performance of the 5950x, the best of the AM4 processors in the previous generation. So, basically the deal you are getting when buying the 7800X3D is the BEST performance in the last CPU generation for gaming and GOOD previous generation performance for productivity. The fact that the 7800X3D also consumes less than half of the energy under load when compared with Intel’s top of the line is just the icing on the cake.For me the 7800X3D deal clearly works.

    31 people found this helpful

  23. Lily_pad

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It works

    I like this peace a lot. The display of it worries me, makes you think it’s able to get dirty just being in the box. But it definitely works

  24. ViracoViraco

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Absolutely amazing

    One of the best gaming CPU’s of 2023. Paired mine with an Asus B650e-I motherboard and a RX 6800XT. Using cyberpunk as a test, with smart memory activated and rt lighting and reflections turned on. I never run hotter than 77c and never drop lower than 40 fps with straight rasterisation, not SFR. Not bad with a 6800xt.

    5 people found this helpful

  25. MarioMario

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    What a monster !

    I upgraded from a ryzen 5 5600x (maybe it wasn’t needed 😅) tested it with some games and the difference in fps amazing , it runs a lil hot but is nothing to worry of , update the bios to make it more stable after doing that get ready to enjoy your games.

    4 people found this helpful

  26. HappyLiving11

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Better than i9-13900k and cheaper

    beware this thing runs HOT, get at least a 280mm AIO or premium grade air cooler

  27. Aidan

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    THE choice for high performance without totally breaking the bank

    While certainly not cheap, the Ryzen 7 7800X3D is definitely the best combination of price and performance you can find for a high performance rig. 7 cores is more than enough to support serious multitasking. I run three screen and can game, watch YouTube, and participate in a Discord call, all with other processes running in the background, without any stuttering or even maxing out the CPU. This was a massive upgrade from my Ryzen 3 3200 and I cannot recommend it enough for anyone who likes to multitask.NOTE: Don’t forget to purchase a cooler, as this CPU does not come with a stock cooler! For best performance definitely invest in an all in one liquid cooler, a simple fan cooler may struggle to keep this CPU from thermal throttling.

    6 people found this helpful

  28. Hessian

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    AMDRewards issue

    Fantastic product so far but very frustrating experience with AMDRewards.com. I couldn’t create an account or log in due to false positives from the bot detection, which I believe is part of a service provided by their CDN (Imperva). Anyways, if you’re getting a message saying “Too many log in attempts. Please try again at a later time.” keep reading. Googling about shows that users have been complaining about this error for years and some recommend turning off VPNs. I had to do the opposite and borrow a friend’s VPN account just to get around this. After a week of getting nowhere with their support team, I was finally able to redeem the promotion code by using a Firefox browser without any extensions and ExpressVPN set to the New York location.

    2 people found this helpful

  29. S. A. Wilson

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    THE KING

    This is what you have now for best gaming. Period. Everything else is great for spreadsheets. Woohoo. Trying to get those high spreadsheet scores? get you some INTEL! They rock for business! Woohoo! Stocks!But if you game, this is king. Sorry intel. Stop being pointless Intel. Make your own big fast cache. You can. You make Xeons. Stop being lame cheap losers, Intel.Hope this helps.

    3 people found this helpful

  30. Albert J.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome

    Great gaming cpu. Is on par or better than the 14900k in many games

    One person found this helpful

  31. Jason

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Underpromises and over-delivers

    Consumes less power wattage than my old intel chip, and delivers more punch. This is the best bang for the buck you can get. There are more powerful processors, but diminishing returns on the dollar up to this point.

  32. Jesus Rincon

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best CPU

    4070 ti and this cpu is beast!

  33. Alex

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Perfect cpu, just wish it had a bit more performance in blender

    Great cpu, helped my computer which was running a 10700k and ddr4 go from 30 fps to 60 fps in heavily modded minecraft with slidurs vibrant shaders 1.32 medium, so the extra cache really helped me out there, just wish it had slightly higher base clock speed for productive tasks like blender.

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  34. Daniel wallace

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Its the best for gaming

    Love it

  35. Blake

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Its the best.

    Its the best for gaming right now. Nuf said.

  36. Sebastian

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Amazing

    Works great going to pair it with a 4090 soon

  37. Gennaro C.

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great

    Great

  38. Ton

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great little processor

    Not bad for what it is, a lot of hard work and effort went into the these little chips.Using it for gaming and tore node things. I recommend this chip if its in your budget.

  39. Christian Porter

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Yep, it’s a winner

    This CPU is so hawt, if it were a person – I’d need marriage counseling.

  40. BobBob

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    amazing cpu even better price

    you get one of the best cpus for gaming on the market for 400 bucks and thats if you dont buy it on sale the only downside is upgrading to a ddr5 platform cause that stuff is not cheap but if you can afford to replace a bunch of parts you can better future proof your system and get an amazing gaming experience

  41. Kizzle53

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    First AMD CPU

    This is my first amd build and what more could you ask for? One of the most popular gaming chips out as of 1-1-24. I haven’t really tested it much but so far it’s working great and looking forward to using it more and more

  42. M. Smith

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best gaming CPU available…

    Easy to install and works even better than expected.

  43. Furquan

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worth it

    It has boosted for my productivity and gaming experience. However, I deducted one star due to the slightly higher power consumption compared to other processors in its class. Overall, a solid choice for enthusiasts seeking top-notch performance.

  44. dumpsack

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Great CPU!

    Great value. Has been flawless for a couple of months thus far.

  45. Amazon CustomerAmazon Customer

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Very efficient and a great gaming processor

    I just upgraded from a AM4 build with a Ryzen 9 5900x, 64 gigs of ram running at 3600mt, gigabyte x570 AORUS pro Wi-Fi and asus Strix RTX4090. I knew upgrading to the Ryzen 7800x3d would be a down grade in non game applications and not all games would see a boost. I didn’t want to spend the extra money on the 7950x3d only to have to turn off half the cores to take advantage of the extra cache without having issues in some games if you rely on Microsoft game bar to switch automatically. The 7900x3d has the same issue but your down to 6 cores when gaming to use the extra cache. Mine is running stable and cool running at 4944Mhz at idle and will boost to 5150Mhz for a short time then run 6 or 7 cores at 5150 MHz for as long as needed. Under heavy load the system will run at 79c. When gaming depending the game it will be in upper 50c range to 60c range. I’m using a EK 360 mm AIO to cool the cpu. The primary reason I went AMD AM5 vs intel 13th gen is the heat the system would generate running a Intel 13700 or 13900. My room the computer is in isn’t big and my AM4 system heated the room up pretty good, enough that I need to run ac in the summer to keep the room comfortable. The other plus is the AM5 system has an upgrade path in the future but the current intel socket doesn’t. This CPU does run some newer games that can utilize the extra up to about 20 percent at best which is a big boost but your not going to see huge gains across the board if your on high end AM4 system. Still worth it to me and I’ll be on this platform for a few CPU generations just like with AM4 if you started when it was new.

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  46. Dustin A

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    7800x3d is one of the GOATs

    Easy to coolBest gaming CPUEasy to under voltGot for 350Would buy again

  47. JF

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    It was received scratched on the top surface

    It appeared at first that the plastic cover protection was scratched during delivery. Once I opened the box, scratches were shown on the item itself. So most probably a factory not a delivery scratch. I searched online and most feedback showed ok if scratched on the top. I installed it in the weekend and it’s working. No issues; Good performance but I’ll go with 4 stars rating in my review due to that scratch.

  48. Coot

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Awesome sauce

    Runs fast and cool I’ve found my cpu for the next 4 or 5 years!

  49. Jorge

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Excellent processor.

    Has been running like a charm. Even in my most demanding games, CPU is never reaching 100%.

  50. Collin Burke

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    💯

    Best gaming gpu for the price! Can’t get any better than gaming at 4k 240fps for $350-$380 with the 7900xtx love this and will buy another for another build

  51. T Who

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    It lives up to the hype

    If you’re building a PC for gaming and it’s in your budget, this is the CPU you should buy. I’ve had no complaints or trouble cooling this thing. It’s plug & play, and boy does it play.

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  52. Chris Hall

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    High end cpu

    Coming from an Intel 6700k, this thing is a tremendous upgrade. I had a little trouble altering my monitoring software, but out of the box, I am getting peak performance. Thanks amd!

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  53. Mohammed

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best CPU for gaming

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  54. Devin D

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Top dog of the current cpus

    Beast of a processor, can run anything I want paired with my 7900XTX, only problem is a known bug on boot the has a CPU fault light get stuck on about 1 in 5 start ups that’s fixed by holding the power button and just re booting it. Think this is due to ram speed/memory training to some extent but doesn’t bother me much now just concerned me in the start.

  55. Combs

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Best CPU for gaming

    Best CPU I’ve ever owned. Has never gone over 75 degrees celsius. Amazing for gaming performance.

  56. Tony

    4.0 out of 5 stars

    Great for games.

    I have gotten this paired with a 6600xt from my old prebuilt and 32gb 6000mhz ram, and it runs really well on games like fortnite i get around 400-700fps or a stable 360 capped game with occasional stutters and frame drops but that’s fortnite and the 6600xt Amd cards aren’t very good on it but the cpu was being almost fully utilized and the gpu was about 20%, I’ve tried mw2 it gets like 130fps but I don’t play it much and don’t have very many other games I tested gta 5 with mods and graphics mods and was getting like 188fps with just 1080p but I don’t know how to uncap fps on gta for some reason it’s specifically 188, maybe it was my gpu idk, unfortunately still feels like my 5600g on non game applications, not great, but still plan on upgrading my gpu to something like a 4070 or 4080. And I still hear the odd ticking or buzzing / malfunctioning sounding noise from the cpu running games I’m not sure if that’s normal it’s the same with my 5600g so I guess it’s a Amd thing.But it’s pretty good for games, especially if your not able to upgrade your gpu yet and the cpu will pretty much do all the work your gpu can’t with fps.

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  57. mangowarriormangowarrior

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Tripled my frame rates in World of Warcraft

    WoW is a notoriously CPU dependent MMORPG. When I originally played at 1080p resolution, my 4790K together with the 1660 Super handled it great. However, after switching to a 4K LG OLED, my frame rates in the capital city of Valdrakken dropped to 30 fps (wasn’t even that much higher in 1080p anyways.) Finally, I decided to upgrade to this 7800X3D and a RTX 4070, and boyeeee everything runs super smooth. WoW hits a consistent 90-100 fps in Valdrakken. Even MW2 & 3 runs super smooth on this setup.

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  58. Derrick Mysels

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Fast!

    Fantastic CPU. I would highly recommend to anyone that values performance. I can’t wait to see what future products AMD releases with the X3D line.

  59. NateNate

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    A gamers dream

    I purchased the CPU top go with a 7900XT GPU. Its fast as can be and I dont not have any games under 120FPS. Call of Duty’s getting upper 200s. This is a must got gamers.

  60. Culbrelai

    5.0 out of 5 stars

    Outstanding processor for strategy games

    The build I paired this CPU with is as follows:CPU: 7800x3dMotherboard: Gigabyte Aorus Master X670ERAM: G.Skill Trident Z5 NEO RGB Series (AMD Expo) 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin SDRAM DDR5 6000 CL30-38-38-96 1.35V Dual Channel Desktop Memory F5-6000J3038F16GX2-TZ5NR (Matte Black)Cooler: Artic Liquid Freezer II 360Case: Cooler Master Cosmos II (From previous builds, I never change cases)Storage: Primary/boot is a Crucial T700 PCIE 5.0, with 3 other nvme drives and about 100tb of platter storage.PSU: EVGA 1600w G+GPU: Gigabyte Gaming OC RTX 4090This is my first AMD CPU ever, in fact I upgraded from an Intel-based build, an i9-12900k. Normally I do not upgrade so soon, I usually upgrade platforms in 4 year increments but the performance gains with 3dvCache in my games were too much to pass up.This CPU excels in strategy games such as games by Paradox Interactive (Europa Universalis IV, Stellaris, etc) and is no slouch with other genres either, FPS, RPG, you-name-it. I was getting terrible lag late game in Stellaris in particular on my 12900k and this 7800x3d made a hugely noticeable difference, with 10,000 pops and a 1,000 star galaxy and hundreds of millions of fleetpower with many mods.Rimworld is another example where this CPU shines. I was trying to conquer the world in one of my Rimworld playthroughs and the late game lag on the 12900k was too much to bear, it killed the run – was unplayable. This CPU turned the stutter into smoothness even with close to 50 colonists, many mods, many robots, and so on.Overall a very good CPU I expect to last me at least 4 years playing AAA and strategy games.

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