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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X and 5 2600 Benchmarks got posted in a SiSoftware Review

Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Hilbert Hagedoorn, Mar 17, 2018.

  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Koniakki

    Koniakki Ancient Guru

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    Can't wait for HH to put them through their paces and see what new performance these puppies bring!
     
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    Singleton99 Master Guru

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    I'm thinking the same , and if gaming benchmarks are good with no problems im swapping from intel as soon as i can afford it , im done with intel greed and constantly having to buy new motherboards.
     
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    Can't wait to see these in action HH will put them through their paces, but a 10-20% bump on perf from a refresh at stock is cool but still can't wait too see how these oc
     

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    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    There are not any gaming problems. Hell dude I went from a 3930k @ 4.1 to a 1500x @ 3.9. Other then higher CPU usuage in BF1, games are better on my 1500x.
    I even have the same memory bandwidth going from quad channel DDR3 1866 to dual channel DDR4 3000 (2993)

    Eventhough my 1500x basically is equal to a i7 4790k when overclocked, its still kicks pretty damn good.

    Only advantage Intel has in the higher clocks and some IPC that help for 144hz gaming.


    But in the end its all personal preference.
    Id rather game on my 2560x1080 80hz 29 inch then a 1920x1080 144hz panel.
    I play for fun and honestly, 75-80hz is enough for me to have fun with. 21:9>16:9.

    As for intel, Im so done with them and their greed and bully tactics.
    I still remember the wintel BS with them locking out AMD hardcore back then even though I was young.
     
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    Aura89 Ancient Guru

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    Added additional information... :)
     
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  7. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    I feel pretty proud of my 1500x and AMD with Ryzen.
    We all know how CPUZ has been intel bias since ryzen launched and they changed their
    algorithm.

    I really wanna upgrade to a R5 2600. My 2 previous CPUS were 6 core 12 threads.
    X5605 @ 4.5 and 3930k @ 4.1.

    This is at 3.85ghz. I had to back off 3.9 cause this cooler cant handle the 1.42v for 3.9.
    [​IMG]
     
  8. nizzen

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    If you think so...

    I have ryzen 1800x an threadripper 1950x, and 6900k, 7900x and 7980xe.

    Intel have better performance for me in 3440x1440 ultra settings.
    1080ti sli.

    Ryzen is good, but Intel is faster. Intel is 20-25% faster @ 4k random read qd=1 with my 960 pro's too...

    Whatever makes you happy :)
     
  9. Aura89

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    I love the lack of any credible information in your post, and wanting us to believe you either A: Have the same 1080ti setup in each computer, or B: swap them between all 5 systems.

    Just for clarification, i'm not saying there's not poorly coded games that would potentially do what you're saying, the idea that one: what you states matters, and two: That it's like that way all around or in any meaningful way, is simple wrong.
     
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  10. Agonist

    Agonist Ancient Guru

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    The irony is your claims is hilarious. 3440x1440 is a demanding res even if its not 4k.

    Anyone can say that have all of those systems. Personally, anyone who buys above a 8700k for gaming purely is an idiot.

    And as Aura89 said, you can easily be using a crappy coded game that does not have any Ryzen optimization in them.
    In mostly pure single core, intel is that far ahead of ryzen, but that clock speeds advantage it helps.

    As someone who has used so many AMD and Intel CPUS in the last 5 years, Ryzen is very close to Intel anymore.
    You are gonna see a little bit better min FPS and maybe AVG. But its not gonna be a massive difference at a GPU bound resolution, even for 1080ti sli.


    Well gladly believe you with proof though.
     

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    LMAO, defensive! F me, it sounds to me as if nizzen has some dollar $$$$.

    And since when do people need credible info when making a statement about this that and the other? I aint got a Ryzen CPU, but I gotta listen to you lot claim they're better than Intel. I wouldnt touch AMD with a bargepole. Personal experience for me says AMD just dont run as well as Intel stuff. But hey thats (i)MO.

    Just back up a little bit. Intel historically / famously have be comparable faster. FACT. Proof in history. Mouth on it.....
     
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    What benchmark prog you using for this please? Wanna try my own.. Cheers :)
     
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    Game programming is kind of like the evolution of biological organisms: It's not interested in perfection in function; merely pulling off the job more or less is enough. And then there's a bunch of mostly useless decoration on the surface to make things look more attractive. So, a CPU must be able to deal with poor code sufficiently, not just perfect code.
     
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    That sums up my thoughts on Ryzen since its release. And I mean that in a good way.

    Ryzen refresh is a welcome addition performance wise if recent leaks are anything to go by.
     
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    It likes fast ram too, well latency and all..

    Here is my for comparison :)
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    https://valid.x86.fr/bench/pu4h9q/1
     

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    And my ram is decent timing wise @ 2933. Its Cosair LPX 3000
    I expect an overclocked 4770k to get up there.
     
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    For reference here is my 4930K 6 core 12 thread CPU that cost $1000.00. Its overclocked to 4.3Ghz.

    Going for a 2700X as soon as they come out.

    [​IMG]
     
  18. Koniakki

    Koniakki Ancient Guru

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    Just curious, but why the $1000 price tag on the 4930K? MSRP was $555 at launch.
     
  19. BigMaMaInHouse

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    The new 2600 going to be the sweet spot!, good for gaming and productivity!, with ~4.3Ghz the gonna overcome the IPC gap and 1080P gaming, and with AMD's better pricing and long AM4 support u need to be a Fanboy to buy Intel again :).
     
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    2700X shows 5~15% improvement over 1700X.
    But image with Cache scores...
    2600 has L1 performance worse than last gen. L2 worse than expected. L3 Much better than expected.
    In Light of 2600 results, 2700X: L1/L2 extreme improvement. L3 improved but not as much as expected.

    In other words, it does not look so final. Maybe BIOS or other tuning needed.
     

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