PCPartPicker

  • Log In
  • Register

CPU

AMD - Ryzen 3 1200 3.1 GHz Quad-Core Processor

( 4.9 Average / 53 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

AMD

Part #

YD1200BBAEBOX

Data Width

64-bit

Socket

AM4

Operating Frequency

3.1 GHz

Turbo Frequency

3.4 GHz

Cores

4

L1 Cache

4 x 64 kB Instruction
4 x 32 kB Data

L2 Cache

4 x 512 kB

L3 Cache

1 x 8 MB

Lithography

14 nm

Thermal Design Power

65 W

Includes CPU Cooler

Yes

Simultaneous Multithreading

No

Integrated Graphics

No

Completed Builds Using This Part

See All Completed Builds

Prices

Merchant Base Promo Shipping Tax Availability Total
OutletPC $99.89 +FREE s/h In stock $99.89
Amazon $99.99 +FREE s/h In stock $99.99
( 34 new from $85.19, 1 used from $103.03. Last updated 2 hours ago. )
Newegg $99.99 +FREE s/h In stock $99.99
Newegg Business $99.99 +FREE s/h $99.99
Walmart $129.99 +FREE s/h In stock $129.99
* Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon.com at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

Price History (Excluding Tax) History:

Reviews

Owen_Lee 37 points 15 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 1200 1050 Ti Ricer Drift PC

Great quad core performance, amazing OC potential and the stock cooler to (mostly) keep up with it while looking halfway decent. Ryzen Master software is great too. Single gripe is that it has pins on the bottom instead of a flat plate like Intel, mine had a couple bent pins I had to bend back. According to my research, I wasn't super lucky in the silicon lottery, but I managed to hit 3.88ghz at 1.34v on the stock cooler without breaking 76c under full synthetic load!

Mr_Fitzinzator 47 points 15 months ago
from completed build Scarlet (1st PC Build)

Works great, we achieved a modest overclock with the silent stock cooler.

jdukes96 44 points 14 months ago
from completed build First Gaming PC (go easy on me)

CPU

I was originally going to get a Ryzen 5 1600, but if I did so, I could only really afford a gtx 1050ti, which I was originally going to do. However, doing more research led me to believe that upgrading my GPU and downgrading my CPU would be more beneficial in most games that I planned to play. Honestly I haven't even overclocked my R3 1200 and its doing absolutely fine in every game I've thrown at it (granted the GPU really helps). I get no lag or stutter in the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta on ultra settings in 1080p!

tickleusknee 25 points 14 months ago
from completed build Q-BIT

This chip might not blow your socks off, but that's OK, because you're not going to buy a 'budget' chip if that's what you're looking for.

What it does do is run a very healthy overclock with its supplied Wraith cooler (and a B350 motherboard and fast RAM); and this works really, really well for gaming at 1080p, 60Hz.

I have a nice, factory OC'd GTX 1060 and from what I can gather, neither component is bottle-necking the other. Great!

Obviously, if you want or need more, you're going to spend more for more grunt. But for what I'm doing, this is a very fine option.

It's may not be blowing my socks off, but it's definitely massaging my feet in a way that makes me feel all tingly and happy!

Modainium 15 points 13 months ago
from completed build Sword Swung

Quad core, unlocked, great stock cooler, cheap price, what more could you ask?

contacted 26 points 13 months ago

Loving the Ryzen, got it to 3.8GHz quite effortlessly.

sew3663 20 points 13 months ago

CPU: AMD - Ryzen 3 1200 3.1GHz Quad-Core Processor I started this build thinking I was going to get the Intel Pentium G4560 in the $60 range, but then they became more expensive than the G4600, then the Ryzen 3s came out. The overclocking ability is what sold me. I can turn a 1200 into 1300X speeds. I have it running at 3.1GHz now, but I plan on a mild overclock to the 3.6 range. I couldn't find a sale on these, so I paid full price.

mailliw 9 points 13 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 3 Gaming Build

Overclocked to 4.0GHz at 1.3125V using the stock cooler reaching low 80c under 100% CPU usage. Scored a 606 on Cinebench R15.

shootex20 8 points 13 months ago
from completed build A Christmas build for my siblings

The reason I chose a Ryzen 1200, is for starters the price, it was relatively cheap but had great performance for most mid to high setting's on games. For the price to performance I can't really argue with it.

Destructive55AZ 19 points 13 months ago
from completed build First build

4 cores at that price is incredible, and it forced Intel to match it too. Good overclocking from what I've read and an incredible stock cooler