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AMD Ryzen 7 Review 3700X: Odd Man Out vs. 9700K, R5 3600 and 3900X

This review of the AMD R7 3700X processor analyzes its performance against the Intel i7-9700K, AMD R5 3600 and AMD R9 3900X processors.
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The AMD Ryzen 7 3700X is an 8C / 16T piece that runs at clocks higher than the previous generation R7 2700X, offering an interesting comparison compared to the predecessor of AMD. Critically, the R5 3600 also falls into the "pretty good for the game" territory, which is starting to put pressure on the 3700X with the AMD product; That said, the 3700X has some key benefits, such as the extra thread count for a massive uplift in multithreaded production workloads (for example, Blender), all featured in today's review. . These tests compare the R7 3700X, i7-9700K, AMD R5 3600 and AMD R9 3900X models, as well as previous AMD Ryzen and Intel processors. Our goal is to find the best processors for games (standalone), production / workstation (stand-alone) and overall balance (mixed workload).

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Writing and test: Steve Burke
Editorial, Test, Validation of data: Patrick Lathan
Video: Andrew Coleman, Josh Svoboda and Keegan Gallick
Quality Control: Keegan Gallick, Steve Burke

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