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Newegg via eBay has AMD Ryzen 7 1700X 8-Core 3.8GHz Desktop Processor (YD170XBCAEWOF) for $264.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Cratez

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AMD assumes if you buy the X version of the 1700 that you are more of an enthusiast and will choose a better air cooler or Water cooler so why waste money and drop a cooler in each box
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Well, to be fair, overclocking will increase the TDP of any chip so that is a non-factor if choosing between the 1700 and 1700X. Overclocked to the same frequency with the same voltage, their TDP is basically identical as is their power draw.
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All X's do not have one included.
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Seems like a good price. What's the difference between the x and non-x versions? I can't figure that out besides a small clock speed change.
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Seems like a good price. What's the difference between the x and non-x versions? I can't figure that out besides a small clock speed change.
No fan/heatsink included, and slightly more overclocking potential in the 1700X.
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No fan/heatsink included, and slightly more overclocking potential in the 1700X.
Is it just this eBay listing that has no heatsink? Or all x versions?
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Is it just this eBay listing that has no heatsink? Or all x versions?
All X's do not have one included.
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Thanks. Not sounding like much of a deal anymore then.
AMD assumes if you buy the X version of the 1700 that you are more of an enthusiast and will choose a better air cooler or Water cooler so why waste money and drop a cooler in each box
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Prices are dropping in preparation for new build release
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Seems like a good price. What's the difference between the x and non-x versions? I can't figure that out besides a small clock speed change.
X version can usually be overclocked higher than non-x version
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this is WOF = meaning no fan included.
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AMD assumes if you buy the X version of the 1700 that you are more of an enthusiast and will choose a better air cooler or Water cooler so why waste money and drop a cooler in each box
I guess that's true. So only difference is the chip has better overlooking potential?
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I've been looking at a SFF case and a Ryzen 1700 but couldn't find dimensions on the included cooler to determine if it would work in the case I was considering.

How much better is the 1700x?


This is the case I was looking at: https://www.amazon.com/SilverStone-Technology-Motherboards-Integrated-RVZ03B/dp/B073HDFQKJ
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I guess that's true. So only difference is the chip has better overlooking potential?
It also has a higher TDP (95 Watts).
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It also has a higher TDP (95 Watts).
Well, to be fair, overclocking will increase the TDP of any chip so that is a non-factor if choosing between the 1700 and 1700X. Overclocked to the same frequency with the same voltage, their TDP is basically identical as is their power draw.
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