There’s a lot of Ryzen stuff coming up these days and we are trying to cover every Ryzen material which we know as of yet. Because people want to see Ryzen and that is what we’ll give. And this is not just because the Ryzen is on trend these days. Okay so, there’ been a review from elchapuzasinformatico of Ryzen 5 1600. As they are famous for their reviews and they do it nicely, you guys can see it yourself, there’s pictures which I’ve put below.
What they have is MSI mobo X370 XPower Gaming Titanium, a gaming Ram of 3600 mhz, they did run it 2400 mhz since their mobo didn’t supported any higher frequency at that time. It’s clear that with 2400 mhz the game isn’t doing well in FPS as 3600 mhz. The graphics card they used is a GTX 1070 for this review.
Moving towards the benchmarks, the 1700X has a little better FPS than the Ryzen 5 1600 in single core performance but when you see the Multi-Core performance Ryzen 5 1600 even left 7700k in the race here. Moving toward wPrime the FPS here isn’t as impressive as it should be.
When you actually see the Cinebench it has done very well here also if you look at the price of Ryzen 5 1600 it has out done it’s performance in Muti-Core.
Here we have some games benchmarks as well for you guys, let’s start with the Battlefield 1 which is also running on the DX 11, also there’s a lot of difference here performance wise among these processors. Every processors is giving their own FPS performance. However, the AMD processors are going great at this game because it has more cores than the Intel.
Secondly there’s Doom and the outcomes are pretty weird here. The 1700X is outrunned by 1600. This is because the 1600 have finer optimization than 1700.
Thirdly there is Metro, in which both the Ryzen CPU’s were left behind by Intel Core i7 6700k though both the Ryzen have somewhat same FPS here.
On fourth number we have Rise of the Tomb Raider and one more mystery here and it is because of the changes made in optimization of Ryzen 5 1600.