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AMD Ryzen 3 1200 3,1GHz Socket AM4 Box

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  • Inget betyg Bra produkt
    AMD Ryzen 3 1300X och 3 1200

    Ryzen 3 1200 är i grunden identisk med syskonet Ryzen 3 1300X, där endast klockfrekvensen skiljer modellerna åt. Den snabbare varianten känns mer lockande ur kartong, speciellt för de som inte har kunskap att trimma själva. För entusiaster är Ryzen 3 1200 dock ett bra alternativ som sparar några hundralappar ställt mot Ryzen 3 1300X.

    Fördelar

    • Bra flertrådsprestanda för klassen

    • Upplåst överklockning

    • God överklockningspotential hos testexemplaret

    • Modern plattform

    • Rimlig prissättning mot Core i3

    Nackdelar

    • I klassen lägre prestanda vid spel

    • Förhållandevis låg klockfrekvens

    • Relativt låg energieffektivitet

    2 år sedan
  • AMD Ryzen 3 1200 & 1300X: Quad-core dominance from £105

    Plus

    • Impressive multi-threaded performance
    • Low price
    • Good gaming performance

    Minus

    • Unambitious clock speeds
    • Overclocking isn't rewarding

    Score Details

    • Value : 9/10
    • Features : 7/10
    • Performance : 8/10

    ConclusionAMD’s two new Ryzen chips are cheaper than their Intel rivals while offering better multi-threaded performance, comparable power consumption and a little more speed in tough gaming scenarios. Intel’s chip is better in single-threaded tasks, but I’d still choose Ryzen – particularly the 1300X – as the basis for a versatile, affordable desktop.

    2 år sedan
  • AMD Ryzen 3 1200 3.1 GHz

    Plus

    • Unlocked multiplier
    • Aggressive pricing
    • Beats competing Core i3 parts in multi-threaded apps
    • Single-thread performance improved over previous generation
    • Heatsink included
    • Platform updated to include latest features (PCIe 3.0, USB 3.1, NVMe)

    Minus

    • Lacks integrated graphics
    • Significantly slower than the Ryzen 3 1300X
    • Low single-thread performance takes away the Ryzen "wow factor"
    • Gaming performance doesn't match up to competing Intel parts
    • Setup complicated (memory, HPET, CCX, and power profile)
    • Lack of 200 MHz XFR makes it effectively 450 MHz slower than the 1300X (3.45 GHz vs. 3.90 GHz) in single core performance
    • Requires optimized apps of which there are not many

    Conclusion
    AMD has certainly stirred up the sub-$150 processor market with the new Ryzen 3 series. These may not be the first sub-$150 quad-core processors by the company, but are certainly its first ones based on an architecture that is highly competitive with Intel. The "Zen" architecture has breathed life back into AMD's dwindling CPU market-share, and with the $109 Ryzen 3 1200, things can only look promising for the company. The Ryzen 3 1200 has a formidable value proposition compared to Intel's cheapest Core i3-7100 part. You get four cores for the price of two from Intel, and an unlocked base-clock multiplier, which lets you squeeze out a little more performance than what you pay for. The cheapest Core i3 part with an unlocked multiplier is priced at $189, which is also the price of Intel's cheapest quad-core Core i5 part. Thanks to its unlocked multiplier, we were able to run the Ryzen 3 1200 at 3.85 GHz, at which speed it catches up with its sibling, the 1300X. Although its boost clock is 3.70 GHz, the 1300X features 200 MHz XFR for single core performance, which can run it at 3.90 GHz. We had difficulties in getting our Ryzen 3 1200 sample past 3.85 GHz reliably. If you want to save $20 over the 1300X, a good way to do so is to buy the 1200 and overclock it. You also need to factor in the motherboard. You need either the mid-range B350 chipset or the performance-segment X370. The entry-level A320 chipset does not support CPU overclocking. The cheapest B350-based motherboard is about $15 pricier than the cheapest A320-based board. So, the combination of an overclocked 1200 and a B350 motherboard is priced at about the same as a 1300X with an A320-based motherboard. But is it worth the trouble to overclock? Performance figures show that it is. The Ryzen 3 1200 is among the slowest processors we have at single-threaded tasks, where it trades blows with the $80-ish Pentium G4560. This low single-thread performance also profoundly affects the chip's credentials as a low-cost gaming PC chip since the G4560 is almost always ahead at the real-world 1080p and academic 720p resolutions. You should also pay attention to the sub-60 frame rates noticed in games such as "Fallout 4" and "Watch_Dogs 2" at 720p. If it's sub-60 fps in 720p, it won't be over 60 fps in higher resolutions, no matter the graphics card you use. Lower settings could drive down CPU load enough to lift frame rates above 60. The Core i3-7100, with which this chip is meant to directly compete, is ahead further still. When you overclock this chip to 1300X-level performance, you'll find that it is suddenly playing in the league of the faster Core i3-7300, which has it take the fight to lower-end Core i5 chips. The multi-threaded performance of the Ryzen 3 1200 is its biggest strength against rivals. The four physical cores put its multi-threaded performance somewhere between the Core i3-7300 and quad-core i5-7400, in tests such as H.265 video encoding. There aren't too many practical applications of its multi-threaded talents in this price-range, but it certainly ends up giving the chip a more "wholesome" appeal compared to the dual-core Intel chips. We didn't care all that much about Ryzen 5-series and 7-series chips lacking an integrated graphics solution, but for the Ryzen 3 1200, the lack of it borders on being inexcusable. Intel is able to sell Core i3 chips by the tons because of its turnkey nature; in that it not only powers entry-level gaming desktops, but also non-gaming desktops, mom-and-pop Dells. The lack of integrated graphics would mean only those who intend to build gaming desktops with sufficiently powerful graphics cards should opt for the 1200, which is a minority. It's pointless to pair this chip with an entry-level graphics card, such as the Radeon RX 550 or GeForce GT 1030, because you'd rather spend that money on a faster Intel chip with integrated graphics.

    2 år sedan
  • Inget betyg NordicHardware -  Rekommenderar

    Utmärkelser:
    NordicHardware - Rekommenderar

    Fördelar:

    • Bra spelprestanda/krona
    • Fyra fysiska kärnor
    • God OC-marginal

    Negativ:

    • Låg basfrekvens

    Omdöme:
    Ryzen 3 1200 har lägst klockfrekvenser hittills av samtliga processorer i Ryzen-familjen, med en basfrekvens på endast 3,1 GHz. Det sätter sina spår vid beräkningstunga uppgifter som videoredigering och 3D-modellering, så om du vill bygga en dator för både spel och tunga beräkningar gör du bäst i att lägga till några hundralappar för en Ryzen 5.

    Däremot innebär den aggressiva prislappen på under 1 200 kronor att AMD erbjuder den just nu billigaste processorn på marknaden med fyra fysiska kärnor och upplåst multiplikator. Vid överklockning når AMD:s minsting till en nivå snarlik sin storebror Ryzen 3 1300X vilket ger en hel del mervärde.

    Det här en processor som halkar efter Intel rå spelprestanda, men inte till den grad att prestandan blir regelrätt dålig. Faktum är att den lilla spelprestanda är procentuellt mindre än skillnaden i pris jämfört med Intels närmaste modell, Core i3-7350K. Det gör Ryzen 3 1200 till kungen av prestanda per krona för dig som vill bygga en billig, renodlad speldator.

    2 år sedan