Processor naming can be confusing to the uninitiated. I mean, names such as "Ryzen 7 1800X" or "Ryzen 7 1700" on the surface might make no sense, but they tell you a lot about the silicon.
Here's how to decode the name.
So, "Ryzen 7 1800X" decodes out to:
- First-generation, enthusiast/prosumer chip aimed at the enthusiast/prosumer segment, with XFR
While "Ryzen 7 1700" is:
- First-generation, enthusiast/prosumer chip aimed at the enthusiast/prosumer segment, without XFR
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