Someone at Aots Database shared a photo of benchmarks playing Ashes of Singularity (AOTS) with an AMD Ryzen 8 core Ryzen 4.0 Ghz. But not surprisingly, they did pulled it before someone figure out to take a screenshot of it. As for gamers Aots Database benchmarks are more trustworthy rather than say benchmarks of GeekBench.
Ryzen CPU 8 and 16 Thread aren’t out yet and here are the Benchmarks of “Ashes of Singularity”
It seems Ryzen has again gain some attention since, it’s all over the internet. Which persuades us to believe that AMD might be taking a lot of orders from gamers all around the world.
Someone profile of that person named as; “AMD_FanBoy” who is yet there, the benchmark being referred to has been pulled. Luckily, the people over at PCShopping discussions figured out how to take a screenshot:
For this specific benchmark, I will abstain from doing a relative review of the benchmark – because I’m going to leave this to the audience here as such voluntarily. I will however mention the accompanying objective facts here such as, the 8 core 16 thread variation which has Hyper Threading empowered. The GPU which was used is NVIDIA TITAN-X (Pascal) it means that the leak does not originate from AMD. In conclusion, the Ryzen processor as can be seen giving an amazing performance in the 4K settings.
This is an uplifting news for any gamers who were going to buy a RyZen processor. This news focuses to the way that we are seeing at an undeniable AMD rebound on the register side of things. Ryzen is not just going to be a competitive advantage for the AMD as far as gamer’s support. Because some games are generally not fit for using a much number of threads and rather depend on high clock rates, but if someone use it in the servers that will be a game changer.