Before getting to our AMD Ryzen 2 review, including the R7 2700X, R7 2700, R5 2600X, and R5 2600 CPU reviews, we first have to lay down the basics.
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You can find the AMD Ryzen 2 CPUs already on Amazon for pre-order, although we don’t recommend pre-ordering PC hardware:
– R7 2700X (Amazon): https://goo.gl/EVdJbT
– R7 2700 (Amazon): https://goo.gl/d3Qb2k
– R5 2600X (Amazon): https://goo.gl/eYHWBp
– R5 2600 (Amazon): https://goo.gl/3Ac8Du
We talk about the new AMD Ryzen 2 series processors as we approach the review and release date, April 19. Major testing topics will include X370 vs. X470 benchmarking, particularly with R7 1700 (Ryzen 1) CPUs tested on X470. Memory timings, latency, frequency, and kit optimization/EFI behaviors are also important, as always. We have some R7 2700X memory scalability testing (versus a relative performance of 100%) for various memory kits.
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We’ll soon be looking at Ryzen 2 overclocking frequencies, safe voltages, memory overclocking, and more.
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