Designed as the flagship model of AMD's multi-core processors, the Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor from AMD has a base clock speed of 3.6 GHz and a maximum turbo frequency of 4.0 GHz. Additionally, this processor features eight cores with sixteen threads in an AM4 socket and has 16MB of L3 cache memory. Having eight cores allows the processor to run multiple programs simultaneously without slowing down the system, while the sixteen threads allow a basic ordered sequence of instructions to be passed through or processed by a single CPU core. This processor has a TDP of 95W and supports Extended Frequency Range (XFR), dual-channel DDR4 memory, AVX 2.0 extensions, 14nm semiconductor technology, AMD SenseMI technology, FMA3, and AMD Virtualization.
Graphically, the Ryzen 7 1800X 3.6 GHz Eight-Core AM4 Processor does not contain any integrated graphics, meaning that users will need to purchase a dedicated graphics card of their choice. It is also unlocked, meaning it can be overclocked past its maximum turbo frequency. However, this is not recommended, as it will cause the processor to run much hotter. This CPU is protected by a limited 2-year warranty.
AMD Socket AM4 Platform
"Zen" Core Architecture
High Performance and Efficiency
Performance and Efficiency for Next-Gen Applications
"Zen" Microarchitecture Details
AMD SenseMI Technology
Extended Frequency Range (XFR)
- Permits CPU speeds above and beyond ordinary Precision Boost limits
- Clock speed scales with cooling solution: air, water, and LN2
- Fully automated; no user input required
- Adjusts clock speeds in 25 MHz increments to help optimize performance
- Clock-speed changes can occur without pausing work
Neural Net Prediction
AMD Ryzen Master Utility
AMD Ryzen Master
Hardware-Based GPU Virtualization Solution
Radeon Pro Software and VDI Ecosystem
Radeon Pro Graphics Delivered From the Cloud
Enmotus FuzeDrive for AMD Ryzen
Once installed, FuzeDrive intelligently and continuously analyzes your system, activating an ongoing process to make it as fast and responsive as possible. For instance, your Windows operating system boot files are moved to the fastest non-volatile storage to accelerate boot times. And as you use your system from day to day, FuzeDrive notices what applications you run and automatically prioritizes the applications and data you use the most, so it's accessed as quickly as possible from the fastest storage tier available. That means faster boot times, faster application and game load times, and a more responsive system.