Power efficient AMD Ryzen 2300X, 2500X and 2600E and 2700E CPUs

ryzen 2700e

The AMD Ryzen 2300X processor has four cores and the same number of computing threads. The base clock frequency of this CPU is 3.5 GHz and the boost clock is 4.0 GHz. In turn, the AMD Ryzen 2500X has four cores, but it supports SMT so it offers eight threads. AMD Ryzen 2500X features a base clock of 3.6 GHz and a boost clock of around 4 GHz. The TDP level of both CPU models is 65 watts.

AMD Ryzen 2300X and AMD Ryzen 2500X processors are based on the Pinnacle Ridge architecture, and the performance gains over the previous generation of CPUs based on Summit Ridge architecture (Ryzen 3 1300X and Ryzen 5 1500X) is about 8–10%. The scores of the Geekbench benchmarks for the Ryzen 2300X and 2500X are certainly impressive. AMD Ryzen 3 2300X scored 4734 points in single-core and 13999 points in multi-core benchmark, and AMD Ryzen 5 2500X scored 4780/17291 points (single-core/multi-core) in the Geekbench benchmark, so they have an excellent performance/price ratio. Both CPUs are aimed at overclockers and enthusiasts on a budget.
Ryzen 5 2600E and Ryzen 7 2700E are the first six and eight-core AMD processors with a TDP of only 45 watts. These processors are intended for use in small for-factor PCs that doesn’t require large cooling systems. Lower power consumption is provided due to lower clock frequencies, as well as the lack of support for Precision Boost Overdrive feature. The Ryzen 5 2600E processor operates at 3.1 nd has a boost clock of 4.0 GHz, while the AMD Ryzen 7 2700E processor has a base clock of 2.8 and a boost clock of 4.0 GHz. AMD Ryzen 2700E has eight cores, 16 threads, 4 MB of L2 cache, 16MB of L3 cache and it comes with unlocked multiplier.
It is worth to mention that the best overclocking results can only be achieved on motherboards with the AMD X470 and B450 chipsets, not to mention more efficient cooling on them.


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