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AMD - Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor

( 4.9 Average / 17 Ratings )




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L1 Cache

4 x 64KB Instruction
4 x 32KB Data

L2 Cache

4 x 512KB

L3 Cache

1 x 8MB


14 nm

Thermal Design Power

65 Watts

Includes CPU Cooler


Simultaneous Multithreading


Integrated Graphics


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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


Haze811 16 points 6 months ago
from completed build Client Build #1

Affordable Ryzen Quad-core, easily overclocked to 3.9 Ghz on stock cooler. (Waiting for the AM4 bracket to arrive for my other cooler)

sandris 8 points 5 months ago
from completed build Alphonse all "red"

Very fast in Windows 10 and gaming. Best price/preformance rating. The stock cooler was faulty, it keep runs @ 1500rpm regardless Bios PWM settings. So i've bought a new Noctua. With boost and XFR it runs @ 3,9Ghz (the XFR in 1300X raise +200Mhz). Temps never pass 60° C. I also love the AM4 socket installation, very easy.

Enea907 3 points 4 months ago
from completed build Entry Level Gaming PC 580 EUR

Processor works great, it's affordable for it's price. 3.5 GHz is more than enough for entry-level gaming. This was probably the best budget processor i could find. Works well, never really had any problems installing it, the biggest problem was the CPU Cooler which needs to be screwed in little by little on every side in an X shape. Keep a firm hand over the CPU Cooler while you screw it in, pushing it on all sides as for none of the screws to come out.

Brandon1300 7 points 3 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 3 1300X with GTX 1060 6GB

Just go for the 1300X. I get it, you can OC the 1200 no problem to match the base clock of the 1300. but why? with an extra few bucks you can run the 1300 with a high base clock and boost clock with less stress.

N7Shepard90 10 points 3 months ago
from completed build Time Lady's SFF Ryzen PC

Could have gone with the 1200 instead to save a few bucks but wasn't sure if I wanted to overclock until I learned how easy Ryzen is on overclocking. Great performing CPU. Just what I needed for my build.

TheMadBean 3 points 3 months ago
from completed build First Gaming PC, Entry Level

Fantastic Little CPU, would definitely recommend it

someta 14 points 3 months ago
from completed build I Have No Name

Fast for everday use, good for the light games I've tested, and reasonably fast for compiling code under Linux (but if you're doing a lot of compiling, look at something with more threads).

wbknaak 9 points 3 months ago
from completed build My First Real Build

Great quad core processor, no problems yet.

mrobertt 4 points 3 months ago
from completed build Blue AMD (First PC Build)

I got this for the same price as a Ryzen 3 1200 on Cyber Monday and I'm extremely happy with the results. Was able to overclock to 3.9 ghz with the included wraith cooler.

tadtheman28 8 points 3 months ago
from completed build Crimson Cube (Budget VR PC)

It performs very well for a 120$ processer, and has great multi-core performance. However, the stock cooler is very hard to install, but it isn't too loud, which is good.