AMD Ryzen 7 2700X review with X470 motherboard published

Published: 13th Apr 2018, 20:03 GMT   Comments

We have just been told by our friends at El Chapuzas Informatico, that they finished their review of Zen+ CPU with the latest motherboard (a part that was missing in their previous reviews).

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X with X470 motherboard

At El Chapuzas Informatico you will find a full review of Zen+ CPU on the latest Promotory X470 motherboard. Since the motherboard came from a manufacturer, they decided to hide the name of the motherboard, but they mentioned in the article it has RGB lighting. Since I’m good at distinguishing motherboards I will tell you that it looks like MSI X470 Carbon Pro Carbon… Either way, this is what they posted:

Looks like memory latency issues have been resolved with the new chipset:

This is the first full review of Zen+ with actual gaming benchmarks. Here we are only sharing full-HD benchmarks, visit El Chapuzas for 4K benchmarks. Results are quite interesting, to say the least. Notice that they are using 3200 MHz memory for Ryzen and 3600 MHz for Coffeelake platform. The graphics card is MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming Z.

Source: El Chapuzas Informatico




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