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Old 27-07-17, 12:59 PM
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AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and 1300X CPU Review



If the Ryzen AM4 CPUs have whetted your appetite but you want something a little more within your budget, then perhaps the Ryzen 3 CPUs might be the thing. We find out.


AMD Ryzen 3 1200 and 1300X CPU Review

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Old 27-07-17, 01:20 PM
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Yay thanks for the review Tom. I will watch the video when I get back later

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Not bad. Cute little blighters. The upgrade path is such a huge selling point. If you're a 15-year-old teen who's begged his/her parents to build you a new PC, grab an R3 1300, a B350 motherboard and an RX 570 and you've got a really nice gaming setup that could be pushed to epic territory when you finish school at 17 and get your first job.
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Extremely great CPUs. I don't see a reason to get any Intel i3 or i5 anymore. Ryzen 3/5 definitely has the lower end market covered. Only Intel holds the top crown with a 7700k
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Apparently Scan have just dropped the price of the I3 K to £100.

That's what? a week after Intel being pig greedy and saying they were upping the price of the Pentium.
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Apparently Scan have just dropped the price of the I3 K to £100.

That's what? a week after Intel being pig greedy and saying they were upping the price of the Pentium.
They can drop price as much as they want. I would still go for true 4 cores. Lovely CPU for HTPC, or NAS build.
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They can drop price as much as they want. I would still go for true 4 cores. Lovely CPU for HTPC, or NAS build.
Oh yeah certainly

£99 is fantastic. Just absolutely fantastic so happy, because it means more PC gamers. Well, if we can get GPU prices sorted out ffs.
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They can drop price as much as they want. I would still go for true 4 cores. Lovely CPU for HTPC, or NAS build.
They are lovely CPUs, and clock so nicely they actually put me in mind of the Dual core Pentium Anniversary edition.. just raw cores and overclockability at its finest and I can see the 1300 selling out pretty quick if I'm honest.
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Does anyone know whether the architecture of Ryzen as a whole will be improved in gaming scenarios with updates or whether it will be applied to the higher core counts specifically? As in, will a R3 1300 or R5 1500X receive boosts in the same way an R5 1600 and an R7 1700 will?
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