Bought Ryzen 7 1700x and find out miscompare in serial numbers. Box has YD170XBCAEWOF, when microprocessor has YD170XBCM88AE (which is OEM, non box version) That is normal?
Yes that is normal.YD170XBCM88AE is the part number for all 1700Xs. YD170XBCAEWOF is the part number AMD uses when it packages it in a retail box without a fan and heatsink. If you buy it unboxed (aka OEM) it will be referred to YD170XBCM88AE the part number printed on the CPU itself.
I believe the number below the CPU part number is the actual unique 13-digit serial number. In my case the serial number starts with 9R6389...
AMD Ryzen 7 1700X
Yes the 9R6xxxxxxxxxx are serial, what serial is on the CPU matches my box label.
BATCH: UA 1706PGT
The numbers of batch are production year and week.
I am not sure if the thread is still active but I looked at your picture: it seems like you bought the processor in a box. However the part number on the CPU showed it's a tray. I noticed because I have a the same situation.
I have a question for you: does the SN number on the processor and on the CPU matched?
General Info for Ryzen 7 1700X
Part Number for boxed CPU w/o cooler: YD170XBCAEWOF
Part Number for tray CPU: YD170XBCM88AE
Serial Number: 9R6xxxxxxxxxx
On my Box:
Part Number: YD170XBCAEWOF
On my CPU:
Part Number: YD170XBCM88AE
Note the same part number, YD170XBCM88AE, is printed on every Ryzen 1700X. It does not matter whether it is packaged for retail or sold in bulk (tray).
The part number YD170XBCAEWOF just indicates that the CPU has been boxed for retail sale. It only appears on a label affixed to the retail box.
Also note the same serial number is printed on the CPU and on the box label. Every Ryzen 1700X has a unique serial number.
( WOF) at the end of the first serial number shows ..... W ith O ut F an .....
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