AMD Ryzen 3DMARK Physic score leaks

AMD Ryzen 3DMARK Physic score leaks

AMD Ryzen 3DMARK Physic score leaks

AMD Ryzen 3DMARK Physic score leaks

 

Alleged 3DMARK Physics scores have leaked for AMD's Ryzen CPUs, showcasing performance that is highly competitive with Intel's current offerings. 

These scores were achieved with AMD engineering samples, and should not be considered as representative of the performance of retail CPUs, though the performance seen here is nonetheless impressive considering the performance of AMD's older FX series CPUs. 

When compared to Intel's existing Broadwell-e CPU lineup we can see that AMD's Ryzen CPUs come with some highly impressive results, finally giving AMD high enough CPU performance scores that they may finally be able to use their own CPUs for their internal benchmarking. For many years AMD's Radeon Division has had to use Intel CPUs for their internal GPU testing, which has been something that has been hurt the companies pride for several GPU generations.   

Below are the basic specification of the below tested Ryzen CPU engineering samples. 

  • - AMD Ryzen: ZD3406BAM88F4_38/34_Y — Eight-Core CPU
  • - AMD Ryzen: ZD3301BBM6IF4_37/33_Y — Six-Core CPU
  • - AMD Ryzen: ZD3201BBM4KF4_34/32_Y — Quad-Core CPU

  
AMD Ryzen 3DMARK Physic score leaks  

When looking at these Physics scores it is easy to forget the importance of per-core CPU performance, as not all games are as highly threaded as 3DMARK. Below is another graph from Videocardz which compared the per-core CPU performance of each CPU, though it is worth noting that this is just a division of the full CPU score by the number of cores each CPU has. 

This per-core CPU score is not really an accurate representation of single-core CPU performance, does it does paint a picture that AMD's CPUs cannot offer the single core performance that is as high as Intel at the same CPU clocks. 


AMD Ryzen 3DMARK Physic score leaks

  

While these CPU benchmark scores may seem impressive, it is hard to know how these scores will relate to Ryzen's final performance, with Retail SKUs coming with different CPU clock speeds and base/boost clock speed fluctuations. 

Given the recent price leaks for AMD's Ryzen CPUs, it seems like the companies Zen lineup will offer a lot of value for money when compared to similarly priced Intel products. It remains to be seen exactly how these new products will compare to Intel in a wider range of gaming and productivity scenarios, though we will be looking into this ourselves when AMD releases review samples to the press. 

 

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13-02-2017, 19:42:50

Kaapstad
Those scores look very bogus.

For example the single core scores are just the total score divided by the number of cores.Quote

13-02-2017, 22:44:29

Dicehunter
IF these scores are real then Intel needs to start charging less, There will be no excuse to charge 2-3 times as much for the same performance as no sane person would buy it.Quote

13-02-2017, 22:53:04

King of Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
IF these scores are real then Intel needs to start charging less, There will be no excuse to charge 2-3 times as much for the same performance as no sane person would buy it.
Yes and very big IF.

But Dice i'm not sane.....lolQuote

14-02-2017, 01:40:15

Zoot
To be honest, the leaks the last few weeks have been producing a picture too good to be true I think.

For AMD to come from so far behind Intel to producing something extremely competitive with not only the i7-6900k but all of Intel's lineup too, and to do so at a dramatically reduced power envelope (140W down to 95W), and for them to do it at a much lower price point seems far too good to be true.

I want to believe, but I just can't given that. Although I do hope I'm wrong. Quote

14-02-2017, 06:06:40

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zoot View Post
To be honest, the leaks the last few weeks have been producing a picture too good to be true I think.

For AMD to come from so far behind Intel to producing something extremely competitive with not only the i7-6900k but all of Intel's lineup too, and to do so at a dramatically reduced power envelope (140W down to 95W), and for them to do it at a much lower price point seems far too good to be true.

I want to believe, but I just can't given that. Although I do hope I'm wrong.
You do realise they have been working on Zen for years, right? they didn't just decide six months ago to make a new CPU tech and then bish bam release it within a year?

As for the prices? for AMD they are a lot. It's been over a decade since they could charge £500 for a CPU. Also when you say 140w down to 95w.. You do realise that Vishera and Bulldozer are a totally different core tech to Zen right? and were crap from the offset.

This is new tech, on a shrink, six years in the making or more.

Kaap - Well if they've done that for the Ryzen CPUs then they have also done exactly the same for the Intels so the whole chart is bogus in that case.

Also, whilst I'm here. AMD have themselves claimed that Ryzen is at least 40% faster than Vishera. If you consider that Vishera was basically almost as quick as Westmere (sans the HT per core) and then think about all of the 5% here and there from Intel? 40% is about right and where it needs to be.

And that is AMD claiming that, a claim which could be refuted within about ten seconds of the launch. So I really can't see them lying about it because they would only get caught out any way.Quote
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