AMD Ryzen in 3DMark feel much more confident than competing solutions from Intel

Previous tests of the AMD Ryzen in package CPU Mark was added. This time three AMD CPU tested in the test 3DMark Fire Stike (Physics Score). Moreover, it is important that in this test the CPU was involved from different segments.

The youngest of the test subjects, the Quad — core CPU with frequencies of 3.2-3.4 GHz. There is also a six-core model with a frequency of 3.3-3.7 GHz and OCTA-core CPU with frequencies of 3.4-3.8 GHz, working at a base frequency and 4 GHz. The results can be seen in the chart below.

Unfortunately, Jr. is not opposed to the CPU any Intel, but if you look at the Futuremark database, you can see that a direct competitor to one of the youngest CPU Ryzen in this test will be Core i7-6700. It is also seen that the Intel Core i7-7700K at a frequency of 4.2 GHz is ahead of «the contender» by 40%. But the six-core AMD is faster than Intel’s flagship, and very slightly behind him, but with a frequency of 4.8 GHz. Judging from the parameters, talking about models Ryzen 5 1600X, which, if you believe the rumors, will cost $ 260.

Model Ryzen 7 1700X, and it is present in the test as the OCTA-core CPU, in the native frequency bypasses Core i7-6850K and is a little behind Core i7-6900K. When overclocking this processor is second only to the monstrous desaturarea CPU Core i7-6950X cost $ 1,700. Moreover, if you look at the results of Intel processors directly in the database Futuremark, it appears that Core i7-6950X still inferior to dispersed Ryzen 7 1700X, albeit slightly.

Besides, we will remind, Ryzen 7 1700X — not the highest performing CPU in the line Ryzen.

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