AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor

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Original price was: $449.00.Current price is: $392.90.

  • Processor provides dependable and fast execution of tasks with maximum efficiency.Graphics Frequency : 2200 MHZ.Number of CPU Cores : 8. Maximum Operating Temperature (Tjmax) : 89°C.
  • Ryzen 7 product line processor for better usability and increased efficiency
  • 5 nm process technology for reliable performance with maximum productivity
  • Octa-core (8 Core) processor core allows multitasking with great reliability and fast processing speed
  • 8 MB L2 plus 96 MB L3 cache memory provides excellent hit rate in short access time enabling improved system performance
  • Processor with 4.20 GHz clock speed for reliable and fast execution of instructions to ensure maximum convenience and feasibility
  • Comes with AMD Radeon Graphics controller for amazing graphics output
AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor
AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor

Original price was: $449.00.Current price is: $392.90.

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Specification: AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor


‎5 GHz ryzen_7




‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

Item model number

‎AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D

Item Weight

‎2.8 ounces

Product Dimensions

‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎5.12 x 3.58 x 5.08 inches

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Date First Available

‎April 6, 2023

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10 reviews for AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D 8-Core, 16-Thread Desktop Processor

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  1. Dustin Turner

    O Ryzen 7 7800x3d é um processador high end com o melhor custo benefício na sua faixa de preço. É provavelmente o melhor processador para jogos, superando outros como o i9 13900k em diversos cenários. Recomendo muito para os entusiastas de hardware que querem extrair o máximo de FPS de seus jogos, em especial os que demandam muito desempenho de processadores.

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  2. Dominique Daurat

    Get what you pay for, and this is the best of the best for gaming. Well worth it. Rock solid and insanely fast and max settings.

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  3. Amazon Customer

    Teniendo en cuenta la relación precio-rendimiento, no hay mejor opción si tu único enfoque es jugar. La mayoría de los juegos corren sin problema a 4K 120hz (algunos con DLSS), y con algunos ajustes en la BIOS lo pude hacer llegar a 5.10Ghz. El rendimiento en otras áreas, como compilación de código y edición de video, deja algo que desear, pero tampoco es malo.

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  4. Mario

    It runs amazingly well. Installation was a breeze. No hiccups or issues at all. Red Team rules!

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  5. Maniac

    Bought this CPU for my setup when it first came out and have not looked back ever since.. I’m very happy that I went with the 7800X3D instead of one of the hungry Intel chips.. 7800X3D stays extremely efficient during all workloads.. average of around 70watts during gaming and 100 to 120 watts peak workload (CPU only).
    This is literally right now the perfect gaming CPU. If you’re not some crazy extreme overclocker..

    I’m a PC engineer and have built many custom computers using this processor including 4090 based computers and never seen any bottlenecks or problems. The only thing to keep in mind with this platform is that first boot can take quite a bit of time so you really do have to give this platform a minute to boot no matter what.. kind of reminds me of a server and how it starts up lol 😂

    Also make sure to get the latest BIOS for your motherboard… that can fix many issues we’ve had computers come in for repairs for on the AM5 platform.. this also definitely holds true for AM4 😉

    Yes Intel May hold the performance crown for most things but that comes at a cost of very high electrical use…. the 14900K is a joke requiring on average 200w gaming.. and if you do any workload get ready for up to 600 watts load.. and this is just for the CPU… this does not include the rest of your system…

    In the end if you want to build a high-end system with a total system power draw on average 600 to 1200 watts peak then go for an Intel base system… but if you want to stay more reasonable without much sacrifice averaging around 300 to 800 watts peak then stick with the AMD 7800X3D.

    Last thing is that the AM5 platform also has many years of upgrades ahead of it as we’ve seen with the AM4 platform being supported for a long time… This will provide you many upgrade paths in the future.

    Hope this helps your buying decisions 😊 Good luck.

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  6. Jim

    Simply put this is the best cpu for gaming. The uplift in performance is enormous. This works well with a 4080 and above. Would not buy this unless u have a 7900xt or above maximum. Runs hot but nothing a aftermarket cooler can’t solve.

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  7. ZombieRommel

    I know it’s expensive but this is a great chip. Especially if you find it on sale. It will serve you well for years to come.

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  8. Dominique Daurat

    I upgraded from an intel i5-8600K after 5 years. I was wary of hearing how unstable and finicky AMD could be, but I was pleasantly surprised. Installation and BIOS configuration was a BREEZE. Posted easily on Windows 11. It supports EXPO on my RAM on 1st try without issues. Note that you will need to upgrade to DDR5.

    Also note that this CPU does not come with a box cooler. I thought I needed a bigger cooler but the SilverStone 240 AIO I had on hand is doing a fantastic job so far on push-pull front intake. 38Cs-low 40sC at low load and max 65-70C during gaming using the integrated graphics. It can’t do much but was enough for testing. I will update my review when the GPU comes in and if I need better cooling after all.

    I got it on sales for Black Friday. Great value, especially compared to intel prices. I only plan to use it for gaming so I can’t comment on productivity.

    Delivery from Amazon was rapid and the box arrived in perfect condition. I have it installed on an MSI MPG B650 Edge WiFi motherboard.

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  9. Amazon Customer

    I’ve always been an Intel guy, but there is no denying right now that AMD are making the fastest gaming chips. If you care about gaming performance, you cannot currently do better than this chip.

    The main competitive game I play is Warzone 2. I have the water-cooled version of the 3080ti (it has its own pump and exhaust fans) and I had previously been running an i9 10900k. It was cooled by a Noctua NHD15 on Windows 11 at 1440p. No matter how low I put the graphics settings, I could only ever average about 120-130 FPS with very frequent drops to 100-110FPS and some occasional drops to the high 80’s and low 90’s. This held true even if I used DLSS Performance mode. Zero difference in average FPS. It felt absolutely terrible to try to push an enemy team at close range with mortar strikes and smoke grenades going off and have a huge FPS drop. Felt equally as bad to stare off at a big cityscape horizon while trying to take long range precision shots and suddenly have to fight system performance.

    Long story short, I paired the 7800X3D with a Gigabyte x670 Aorus Elite AX motherboard and 32GB of DDR5 6000mhz Corsair Vengeance RAM, and my average FPS has exploded up to 190-210. Jumping out the plane I’m almost always above 200FPS, which is just absurd to me, and I’m frequently in the 210-220 range just running around Al Mazrah. My 1% lows are in the 165-180 range, which I can barely feel.

    I’ve tested this CPU as well in BF2042 and The Last of Us Part 1. Basically, I’m never CPU-bound anymore. When I lower my graphics settings, I get a lot of FPS back. That never used to happen. On my 3080ti + i9 10900k setup, it DIDN’T matter how low I dropped the graphics. There was minimal FPS difference between high and medium and even less difference between medium and low, because I was CPU bound.

    Now that I’m no longer CPU bound, I can drop graphics settings and get a LOT of FPS back or settle on a nice mix of medium & high for a story-driven game like TLOU and still get fantastic FPS with almost zero noticeable drops.

    Back when I was getting frustrated with WZ2 FPS drops, I had seriously considered that I might need to upgrade my GPU to a 4090 and I’ve very glad I held off on that decision. 4090 MSRP right now is $1600 without tax and I can’t find any on Amazon below $1700. With tax you’re looking at a pretty penny, and my FPS issues still would have continued unabated because I’d have been addressing the wrong problem.

    This CPU + mobo + RAM altogether came out to $972.98 with tax. So I basically saved at least $700 and probably more while massively increasing the performance scaling of the games I play and unlocking the full potential of my watercooled 3080ti.

    I did have to order an AM5 mounting bracket for my Noctua cooler, but that was only like 7 bucks and it was easy to install.

    When it comes to CPU’s, I can officially be counted as a member of team red. I’ve been building PC’s since 2006 and every single one of them up until now has had an Intel chip in it, but there is no denying the raw performance of 3D v cache in certain games, particularly in the battle royale genre.

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  10. msan_msw

    Best of the best.

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