6-core Ryzen 5 1600X Benchmarks shows 50% faster than Core i5 7600K

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Loophole35

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    Now this is nice to see. Can't wait to see a full review from you boss.
     
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    Massive increase in single threaded performance compared to FX CPUs. This is looking good indeed.
     
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    These 6 core Ryzen cpus will be a huge hit. As soon as they hit the market, I'll be putting my current rig up for sale. I need something with more cores/threads
     

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    Holy crap!

    In comparison my i5 2500k @ 4Ghz is getting me 1516 Single Thread Score and 3915 Multi Thread Score...Zen really brought back my need for a new CPU.
     
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    Interesting. If this is anywhere near true, I'll be buying the 1700/x.

    Could this be the "new Sandy Bridge" cpu?
     
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    Finally IPC, looks good.
     
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    I get ~1900 single threaded score with 3770K @ 4,4 GHz so this looks really promising if true.
     
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    1739 and 6667 here, i5 2500K @ 4.6 GHz :)
     
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    Awesome performance on single treaded and multitreaded applications , massive increased in ipc performance across the board ! Ryzen will give Intel a good fight with much , much lower price. Let the war on performance / price ratio begin !
     

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    We can finally upgrade Sandy Bridge without getting another quad-core.

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    So the the 7600K is 13% faster in single threaded benches and then it looses in multi threaded by 50% to the 1600X because of the core differences.

    If you take the speed advantage of the 7600k then it means that Ryzen offers 90% in single thread performance. Very nice numbers to AMD if my math is correct. Please guys, verify my math!:roll:

    If AMD releases this soon i might pick one otherwise i´m gonna buy a 7600K...
     
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    4690k at standard clocks here score 1770 and 6850
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    If Ryzen is going to deliver what we're seeing here, this is definitely going to shake things up!
     
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    Keep in mind the speed difference Ryzen at 3.7 7600k at 4.2.
     

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    Stange I get 1706 single and multi 5712, 2500K @4.5, single seems right. but my multi thread almost 1000 less? Maybe you got a much beter motherboard or something does ram frequency count in this? doubt is somehow.

    Any case makes me want to upgrade again but money is so tight, and I see prices of ram has gone up quickly as well, will need to upgrade everything.

    Well done to AMD, hope they make a comeback as they really do need it. This will benefit everybody.
     
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    Exactly, the frequency ratio seems to be the same as in their performance

    4.2 / 3.7 = 1.1351
    2135 / 1888 = 1.1308

    --> same IPC.

    **IF** Ryzen overclocks well it's gonna be the obvious top choice for the same $$$
     
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    Things are looking good if this and the supposed US price points are true. If it takes to OCing and has decent temps I think that would be a fair assessment :nerd:.
     
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    Actually it does. As you can see above i got almost 7,000 with 2133mhz ram and slightly higher clocks. This only apply for multi but not single threaded.
     
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    That would make the Ryzen system to actually have higher IPC :3eyes:
     

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