AMD’s RYZEN Outshines Intel’s Best In 7 Different Benchmarks & Demos – New Horizon Recap, AMD Is Back! <click here for link>
First up we have Blender, a limitlessly popular CPU renderer. At New Horizon, two identically specced PCs one equipped with an 8 core, 16 thread RYZEN CPU and the other with an 8 core, 16 thread Intel Core i7 6900K CPU were put in a head-to-head comparison. The test itself was simply the task of rendering an image of the physical RYZEN chip. This workload is very similar to that of Maxon’s popular Cinebench CPU benchmark. The RYZEN CPU was operating at a fixed frequency of 3.4Ghz, with boost disabled. The Core i7 6900K was operating at its default clock speeds, 3.2Ghz base and 3.7Ghz Turbo Boost.
The RYZEN CPU was able to finish the task in 35.57 seconds, while the 6900K was able to do it in 36.01 seconds, roughly half a second more or what’s equivalent to 1.3%. For a 95 CPU going up against a 140W chip this is impressive.
For this demo again, two identically specced machines were used. One with an 8 core 16 thread RYZEN CPU running at 3.4Ghz and one with an Intel Core i7 6900K. Both PCs were tasked with transcoding the RYZEN announcement video. This is an extremely CPU intensive workload and all 8 cores and 16 threads of both chips were pegged at 100% usage the whole time. The 6900K finished the task in 59 seconds, whilst RYZEN did it in 54 seconds. Five seconds faster, or what’s roughly equivalent to 10%.
Battleifled 1 At 4K Ultra Settings
The demo involved a short real-time playthrough of a Battlefield 1 mission. The same 8 core, 16 thread 3.4Ghz RYZEN chip was put in a head-to-head comparison with Intel’s i7 6900K. A framerate counter at the upper right hand corner of the screen reported the average framerate output of both systems in real-time. RYZEN maintained a small performance lead throughout this demo.
Gaming And Streaming At The Same Time – RYZEN vs i7 6700K Overclocked To 4.5Ghz
The RYZEN and i7 6900K machines passed with flying colors. The gameplay was smooth and the stream had no dropped frames what so ever. The i7 6700K, even at 4.5Ghz, ran the game just fine but struggled to actually stream the gameplay. Nearly every other frame was being dropped. It genuinely looked like a fast-forwarded slide-show.
May emergency expenses na kinailangang bayaran. My new PSU can wait LOL
Kaya dapat may fund/savings talaga for emergencies. ;-P
Well, sa totoo lang marami akong nakikita na RFS "emergency," tapos medyo mamahalin ang binebenta. Ang laging kong iniisip eh kung kaya bumili ng ganun kamahal eh bakit hindi muna mag impok (sabi nila minimum 20% ng salary dapat ilagay sa savings). Ang hirap pa naman sa PC parts hindi madali ibenta unless bagsak presyo at lugi. Sabagay 20% lang ng Pilipino meron bank account.
At nasa 1% lang yata ng Pinoy population ang nag-i-invest sa stock market. Umaasa sila sa bank savings account para sa kanilang retirement fund.
Kawawa sila dahil di nila alam na nababawasan ang buying power ng pera nila dahil sa inflation. Ang masayang-masaya ay yung bangko. Ang babayaran lang nilang interest sa deposits ay 0.25% tapos ipapautang nila ng 6 - 10% interest