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    Default AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts

    Introduction It’s finally here! We’ve waited, literally for years for this day to arrive and now we finally get to see what AMD has to show for years of hard work and engineering. Unfortunately for Ryzen, the internet can be a harsh and unforgiving place, so it has to be at the top of it’s game in order to save itself from crucifixion. Here at PureOC AMD, gave us the chance to review Ryzen and provided numerous samples for us to put through the paces. This isn’t the review, but since the time it will take to publish that will be a little bit longer, we figured we’d start with a bit of a preview for launch day.


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    In this preview, we’ll mostly talk about first impressions, but there will be a few benchmarks to begin comparing with as well. I also want to talk about the experience. Raw performance numbers should never be overlooked, but building computers is about so much more than numbers for many people out there. Let’s go ahead and begin with some thoughts on how the Ryzen experience felt at first, then bring a few comparitive benchmarks, and finish off with initial thoughts on whether AMD has succeeded with their Ryzen 7 series or not. In this particular preview, we start with the Ryzen 7 1800X and the Aorus AX370 Gaming 5 motherboard, but our reviews will also cover the 1700X, 1700 and Asus Crosshair VI Hero motherboad. Let’s continue on page 2.

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    Default Re: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts

    about time we had a win for red team
    now,,,market statistics show there will be a follow up release for a flagship

    THAT is what i want to see
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    Default Re: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts

    Ryzen is certainly good enough for my house.
    I'm holding off for more Mainboard reviews.

    I'd also like to see what the six core reviews look like.

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    Default Re: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts

    Ryzen 7 1800X + ROG AM4 Mobo (Crosshair VI Formula)... probably my next build. Going on the red side...

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts

    I did a periscope going over the new BIOS. I really like what AMD is doing here with this design. I want to see some improvements, but I think they nailed the first release all-considering.

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    Default Re: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts

    I just ordered an R7-1700X CPU for myself. The motherboard buy (whatever it might be) is another month away.
    I already have 32GB of DDR4-3200MHz. RAM here for it.
    It's going into a Rosewill Rise Tower Chassis with all Enermax TB-Vegas 120mm and 140mm fans. (red LED)
    I have an AlphaCool 360mm Cooling setup for the CPU Too.

    Gigabyte will be the brand I buy unless I get a smokin' deal on another mainboard. (ASUS or ASRock, No MSI)
    I got the 1700X for $383.00 Shipped. (you know that I hate to pay full price)
    For now, I have a pair of Gigabyte Radeon G1-Gaming RX480 8GB GPUs to use in it. But I'm actively searching for more GTX-980Ti cards to match the ones that I have now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post

    Gigabyte will be the brand I buy unless I get a smokin' deal on another mainboard. (ASUS or ASRock, No MSI)
    Funny, I'd probably write that sentence: "MSI will be the brand I buy unless I get a smokin' deal on another mainboard (ASUS or Gigabyte, No ASRock!)

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    the only thing were agreeing on here is that gigabyte is on the good list
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    the only thing were agreeing on here is that gigabyte is on the good list
    LOL! You only say that because of that 9590 monstrosity only working on those Gigabyte boards! <grin>.

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    hey man, i went the extra 10 miles
    this gigabyte has proven it's worth

    as long as they keep proving through test and trial, it might be my preferred brand from now on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calemus View Post
    hey man, i went the extra 10 miles
    this gigabyte has proven it's worth

    as long as they keep proving through test and trial, it might be my preferred brand from now on.
    Nothing wrong with that!

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    Default Re: AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts

    Gigabyte ~IS~ the go-to brand at my house. (I have six of their boards here)
    My favorites are the X99-Ultra Gaming and the two Z170X-Gaming 6 boards.

    AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Preview: Initial Thoughts-redfred.jpg

    To be fair, I recently bought an M-ITX board for my InWin 901 chassis and it ended up being an EVGA Z170 Stinger.
    This is a fine little MoBo that works well at mildly overclocked settings without problems. (i5-6600K, solid @4.0GHz. on all cores, DDR4-3200MHz. RAM set to XMP Profile-1)

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    The thing that makes Gigabyte my new favorite is getting to know the people at the company. I really like them a lot!
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    I will stick with MSI

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    When oh when will we see the actual full review of the Ryzen chips?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    When oh when will we see the actual full review of the Ryzen chips?
    I know, I know! It's killing you guys. Good news though. I finished all of my testing and I think I can have the write up and video edits done by Tuesday, possibly even tomorrow. I can say that not only did Ryzen manage to not disapoint me, but even with how hyped up I was, I'm still super happy with it. That didn't stop me from finding some issues, but overall we have an amazing AMD release on our hands.

    I've been a bit of a one man army lately (not intentionally) so sorry for some of this taking a bit longer than usual. Getting caught up though!
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