Average Bench: 103% (12th of 1083)

Based on 12 user benchmarks.  Device: 178BFBFF00800F82 Model: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Eight-Core Processor

The 8 core, 16 thread 2700X is AMD’s second generation Ryzen 7 flagship following in the wake of the Ryzen 7 1800X which continues to offer excellent multi-core value for money. This new Pinnacle Ridge processor features the Zen+ architecture with 12nm lithography compared to 14nm previously. Whilst there is no increase in the number of cores, the stock base / boost clocks appear to have received a bump up to 3.7 / 4.3 GHz from 3.6 / 4.0 GHz. The 2700X is compatible with both the new 400 series and 300 series of motherboards. Early benchmarks indicate that the 2700X has a slightly greater effective speed than the 1800X, although further benchmarks are necessary to quantify this. The expected launch price of $329 includes a Wraith Prism cooler and is in the same price bracket as the 1800X and Intel’s Coffee Lake i7-8700K. Whilst the 6 core, 12 thread 8700K beats the 2700X in single and quad core performance by about 10%, the 2700X wins on multi-core workloads. PC gaming and desktop performance is generally governed by four or less cores but the 2700X offers unbeatable value for money for workstation users. [Apr '18 CPUPro]


Outstanding average bench

The AMD Ryzen 7 2700X averaged 2.6% higher than the peak scores attained by the group leaders. This is an excellent result which ranks the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X near the top of the comparison list.


Multi Core Integer Speed 1,331Pts
Avg. Multi Core Mixed Speed 1,338Pts

Excellent consistency

The range of scores (95th - 5th percentile) for the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X is just 6.96%. This is an extremely narrow range which indicates that the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X performs superbly consistently under varying real world conditions.


Single Core Integer Speed 120Pts
Avg. Single Core Mixed Speed 123Pts

Average Bench

(Based on 12 samples)
Min Avg Max
116 SC Int 120 124
125 SC Float 128 132
119 SC Mixed 123 129
99.1% 124 Pts
Min Avg Max
393 QC Int 461 480
418 QC Float 493 516
401 QC Mixed 477 497
108% 477 Pts
Min Avg Max
1283 MC Int 1,331 1,376
855 MC Float 1,332 1,427
1,014 MC Mixed 1,338 1,418
200% 1,334 Pts
User Benchmarks Bench Single core Quad core Multi core
The fastest CPU (mainstream) averages a speed of 100%
AM4, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 4.2 GHz, turbo 4.15 GHz (avg)
SC Int 120
SC Float 130
SC Mixed 124
100% 125 Pts
QC Int 476
QC Float 516
QC Mixed 496
112% 496 Pts
MC Int 1,372
MC Float 1,422
MC Mixed 1417
210% 1,404 Pts
AM4, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 3.7 GHz, turbo 3.75 GHz (avg)
SC Int 120
SC Float 129
SC Mixed 124
100% 124 Pts
QC Int 463
QC Float 483
QC Mixed 495
109% 480 Pts
MC Int 1,375
MC Float 1,416
MC Mixed 1,399
209% 1,397 Pts
AM4, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 3.7 GHz, turbo 3.7 GHz (avg)
SC Int 117
SC Float 126
SC Mixed 122
97% 122 Pts
QC Int 466
QC Float 497
QC Mixed 464
108% 476 Pts
MC Int 1,343
MC Float 1,390
MC Mixed 1,375
205% 1,369 Pts
AM4, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 16 threads
Base clock 3.7 GHz, turbo 4.1 GHz (avg)
SC Int 121
SC Float 131
SC Mixed 125
101% 126 Pts
QC Int 393
QC Float 418
QC Mixed 401
92% 404 Pts
MC Int 1,317
MC Float 1,344
MC Mixed 1,349
200% 1,337 Pts
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Typical Ryzen 7 2700X Builds (Compare 9,818 builds) See popular component choices, score breakdowns and rankings.
Gaming 103%
Desktop 121%
Workstation 115%

Motherboard: Asus PRIME X370-PRO - $150

EDIT WITH CUSTOM PC BUILDER Value: 98% - Outstanding Total price: $1,238

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Based on the new 12 nm "Pinnacle Ridge" silicon with higher clock speeds....

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AMD has been making a great new processor lineup. They have been very good.


And we're off.... the 8700K at its current price-point is the champ it needs to beat. To my view, if they want to take a bite out of the gamer market, it's going to need to get a lot closer to the Intel i7s' single- and quad-core performance, if it's only going to be fifty bucks or so less. If the multi-core performance can sustain itself well above the i7, at a lower cost, while still being speedy at desktop apps, it will be the go-to chip for content producers: audio and video rendering, etc. But here's a huge market: amateur or freelance content creators who only have a single all-purpose machine. I wonder how many might not have gone for a Ryzen 1k thinking it would nerf their gaming or general-purpose use? The 2k line could disrupt that if they've done it right.—Apr '18


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