Ryzen 7 2700X vs i7-8700K - Which Should You Buy?

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  • Gunzou

    Good thing I already bought the I7-8700K

  • AC Milan 1899

    intel's yearly robberies are coming to an end.

  • Lingymingy123

    This test is fake when the r7 2700x is in 1440p bc in 4K games take advantage of those multiple cores

  • Al Castill

    Thank you for the informative review. It makes it easier for the buyers our there to decide which parts to get.

  • Unfortunately Swagged

    Lol look at all of these favorited comments. Are you sure your channel is that great?

  • Stefan Ioja

    All in for AMD! I would rather prefer buying an expensive AM4 socket mobo and keep it for 2-3 years and just change the CPU down the road if needed. Which is doubt that a 2700x will become so obsolete in the next 3 years.

  • Agremen

    Lol Multi-Thread is like sli for nvidia ...Its useless!.......For gamers :P

  • Pengwin

    Clean review, thank you. I hope AMD reps see how fairly you presented their product.

  • Boemtie

    I have bot cpu s and the ryzen 2700x blows everything away. And inmean everything. I use a mugen scythe 5 air cooler, it is the best aircooler imo, as good as liquid cooling but way cheaper. I use 16 gb 14-14-14-34 memory this is key. 144 hz no problem dont know what thats about.

  • Light Yagami

    You have my respect now! I have already subscribed! Also going to suggest my friends to subscribe! :)

  • WunZep TepWun

    In the future, incase you do CPU benchmarks again, for titles that have a strong esports following (I.E. DotA2, CSGO, Rainbow Six Siege), I think its best you benchmark those at their lowest possible settings simply because even people who buy Titan V's and have a strong enough interest to play those very competitively will intentionally lower the graphics settings for the least amount of visual clutter.

  • tomar5e115

    The entitlement is real in the comments. AMD doesnt have to send anyone shit

  • Radiant Jumper

    Which one do you think would be perfect for music production between 8700k and 2700x?

  • Ludex Gundyr

    Ryzen 2700x is a no brainer. I'll definitely upgrade to it, its's even cheaper than Intel's i7 8700k in the UK.

  • Ricky D

    i currently do 1080p 144hz gaming, and occasionaly stream. I might get a 1440p monitor down the road. Can i get away with getting a gtx 1080 or am i better off going with the ti ? Im debating between the 8700k or 2700x. But cant decide which gpu to get

  • MDV Cinematography basukinath

    Is good for video editing ryzen

  • Batu Ventures

    Hey I'm building gaming PC right now. Should get the, Ryzen 2700x, I7-8700K or wait for the I7-9700k? Is it worth the price difference? The purpose of my build mostly for 4K Video editing and for games.

  • Kristian Barbu

    Great review!! One of the best techtube Chanel by far!!

  • Syuna

    I always knew amd was shady around their gaming results with their cpu I can tell amd fans are not happy with the real results for gaming this is why I went to Intel cuz I built a gaming pc for gaming specifically I remember ppl saying oh but amd is also good for other things like multitasking like I don’t care about that it’s for gaming

  • CalFromManc

    I need a new CPU and Motherboard. I need helpI would love to do editing, streaming and gaming.What's the best CPU to go with?

  • SHM GG

    which one is better for music production ????

  • Milo Francavilla

    Why didn't he show the i7 at 5ghz

  • Akash kumar

    Ryzen 7 crushed i7..

  • PedriQuad

    intel insidekidneys outside

  • Lingymingy123

    Go 4K ultra on 2700x and it’s a beast but at 1080p it’s worse than intel ???? Lel. (Bc it’s using all cores)

  • Royston Nguyen

    Got my Ryzen 7 2700x with the MSI X370 Gaming motherboard, 16 gig of ram, video powered by the MSI Geforce 1080 Duke, all bought thanks to Tech Deal's video and review.

  • Zach Wittrock

    i thank you for this video, it helped me a lot with my research and decision on a new processor!

  • Fernando Stirnimann

    What a perfectly explained review, i'm using this info for my next pc build

  • transsexual hermaphrodite antifa he-she dyke

    8700k. It's a no brainer. 8700k is the best gaming cpu and absolutely decimates Ryzen.

  • Carnyzzle

    I'm actually impressed that the 2700x is so close in single core performance to the 8700k.

  • Michael hunter

    dont get me wrong, i love your videos, but i usually have to put the speed at 1.25 to be able to listen to these

  • Jermine Evans

    The reason i love this video is because for a while now i was trying to find a video that did benchmarks on the 2700x and 8700k at stock speeds , they are alot of other benchmarkers out there comparing a oc'ed 8700k ( which it was meant for ) vs a 2700x , and wanted to see what it would perform like at stock , vs the 2700x , my reason to get the 2700x feels justified after watching this video. Thank you & thumbs up. SHAME ON AMD for not supporting such a great channel , this video was very helpful to me after hours of searching for comparisons

  • 2nd Shooter

    So is Ryzen the better the better chip for music production (Ableton)?

  • jason p

    i7 murders ryzen...thats why it holds the world overclocking record >.>

  • dUbbled

    ryzen have got this. the 2700x cpu is cheaper, includes a quality cooler which doesnt need upgrading, basically performs as good as the intel chip in gaming because the small differences will go completely unnoticed. And most importantly it is future proof for a good 2/3 years. the tides are turning. I know what im buying

  • Stefan Ioja

    Keep up what you are doing! :)

  • Borealis

    I have no idea why but I am naturally biased toward Intel lol

  • Bradford

    Single-Threaded performance is very important, especially if you are doing gaming. Most games will only use 1 or 2 cores, at most. Maybe a handful that use more than 2 cores. So if you are looking to game the i7 shines beautifully. But if you are using mostly Adobe or other types of programs that utilize all cores/threads then Ryzen might be a better choice. Especially if you can't afford those shiny i9's. Although the 32 core TR chips coming out are going to blow away any programs that utilize multi-core/threads and probably price out anything Intel (at least core to core) can offer. Another thing to note is that if you stream, it makes more sense to have an Intel based gaming PC (i7-8xxx series) and have it output to an AMD TR based stream PC where you can do all of video processing on the AMD machine more efficiently than you could with an equivalently priced Intel proc. It reminds me back in the days when multi-core CPU's first started to hit mainstream and how nothing would really utilize them, even today unless you are using programs specifically designed to utilize 6 cores/12 threads (such as MPI or parallel processing) most of those cores are never going to be used in the life of the machine.

  • Bearded Elder

    The best informative videos out there regarding tech. So informative and in detail. Thank you! Great job!

  • EpicMeme Productions

    Thank you so much for helping me make a decision! When the new RTX cards come out I'm going to pick up a 2070 and the 2700X!! I think that will be a great price to performance ratio for all computing needs.

  • Consperathy

    Is it okay is I use a NZXT Kraken x72 for both?

  • Splendid Evil

    both are the same price where I live so.....no incentive for me to buy a ryzen, other than I really want to try it.

  • Youngstatssti14

    Well put together video. Explains everything I need to know. With that being said ryzen 7 2700x is my new baby! 😎

  • チャイ弟

    Ryzenは安くて性能良くていいゾ〜これカッコいいCPUクーラーまでついてくるとかIntelはもう要らないですねクォレハ…

  • AXENIC

    Bro you lowkey scare me but great vid

  • Arkynwulf

    @Tech Deals, or anyone who may know this answer: I currently have an i5 6600K overclocked with a GTX 1070 SC, in which I stream and game on this system. It was doing fine for the most part, but recently I've been getting major frame drops [Fortnite 199 fps -> 10 fps for a good 10-20 seconds; Overwatch 120 fps -> 20 fps for about 5 - 10 seconds] and in Fortnite when I drop out of the bus into a "city" if you will. Nothing renders, it literally looks like blobs of color, no actual formations of structures until I run around for a few seconds then it will render correctly. My question is, could this be my GPU starting to fail? CPU failure? Bottlenecking? I'm not to sure, but I was thinking about upgrading to the Ryzen 7 2700X with a MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC MOBO. Could this upgrade fix this issue? Would this be suitable for having consistent frames, and proper rendering of the game while streaming and while not streaming?

  • Matthew Tabor

    Man, when I built my computer years ago, your channel was REALLY small, but you had by far the best content of all YouTubers. I remember thinking then, "I hope this guy lasts". Now that I'm exploring an upgrade, I'm really happy to see your channel has grown so much. Kudos

  • Andy

    I would pick the 8086K.

  • Aldrin Abanto

    Mr. Tech Deals, your teeth are shiny-white perfect.

  • TragestyX

    I purchased my Dell with an X370 in December of 2017. I wonder what they had in there.

  • Laughingman91

    Why would you not overclock the 8700k lol thats the main point of it

  • Ricky Luo

    AMD for editing work, intel for gaming

  • Corb4n

    showing percentage charts is a bg plus.. so i don't have to do the math, thx... subbed... one question.. is it CL16 or CL14 ram you use? i heard ryzen profits by faster ram...

  • Dunestorm

    You should get AMD and support Intel's competitor. They've engineered a really great chip and deserve your money for it. Remember that without competition, nobody wins.

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    UPDATE - Short Comparison between 2700X and 8700K - More benchmarks and full coverage of Ryzen 5 coming in a few days. The X CPUs are the ones to buy in my opinion and I wouldn't bother overclocking them. More details on that soon.Ryzen 7 2700X --- @Amazon https://amzn.to/2qwM8R9 --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2JMIBXSAll X470 Motherboards --- @Amazon https://amzn.to/2Hx3HIN --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2JIbvbDAll B350 Motherboards --- @Amazon https://amzn.to/2GZh6wg --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2qxiAUhi7-8700K --- @Amazon http://amzn.to/2xkSrIX --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2y1ABhTAll Z370 Motherboards @NewEgg - http://bit.ly/2uPM2cJTech Deals Amazon Deals Page--- https://www.amazon.com/shop/techdeals--- All Ryzen 2 CPUs ---Ryzen 3 2200G --- @Amazon http://amzn.to/2EoBg1B --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2BrD8EbRyzen 5 2400G --- @Amazon http://amzn.to/2nTPA7Y --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2stX7iARyzen 5 2600 --- @Amazon https://amzn.to/2JLT3yK --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2viZ56WRyzen 5 2600X --- @Amazon https://amzn.to/2GYztSd --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2IUFOdJRyzen 7 2700 --- @Amazon https://amzn.to/2HyEGgy --- @NewEgg http://bit.ly/2GYUKuK

  • Corsair Mok

    You know what, you are the only one who talk very reasonable in term of comparison ...

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