AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D CPU Review: Performance, Thermals & Power Analysis

Test System

AMD/Intel Test System Specs
Mainboard [AMD] Gigabyte X670E AORUS Master
Bios Version F10a
[Intel] Asus Prime Z690-A
CPU What is under test!
GPU Asus Rog Strix Gaming OC RTX 4090
RAM XPG Lancer DDR5 (2 x 16GB) 6000MHz
Power Supply Seasonic Vertex 1200W
(Cybenetics Platinum)
CPU Cooler NH-D15S
Case DimasTech Bench
Ambient Temperature 21°C ±3°C
Drivers AMD: Adrenaline 22.40.02
AMD Chipset:

Before the official launch, the new AMD processors were compatible only with some specific mainboards, so I was forced to obtain the Gigabyte X670E AORUS Master to proceed with the review.

To monitor power consumption and every other important aspect of the system, I will use Powenetics v2.

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4 thoughts on “AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D CPU Review: Performance, Thermals & Power Analysis

    1. I believe there is no point in losing more time in every CPU review for 4K testing, even QHD, since the GPU sets the limits in these resolutions and not the CPU. Wish I had more time for every review, but I don’t.

  1. Looking at the 2nd page – so it’s just a (low level) ppm driver lingering in the system that was likely ignored by amd installer after (other) reviewers switched the cpu ? techpowerup reviewer claims he had to reinstall windows.

    If device manager/sc.exe or registry and/or powercfg.exe (or any combination of those) was all that it took to clean that up, that’s pretty funny.

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