- Jul 16, 2016
~10% behind per clock and ~10% behind on 24/7 clocks (on current rumor cycle). 20% behind is not "very close".You realize that single thread performance of ryzen is very close 7700k? You are fail here.
It has some stuff from cat/con cores too, though.Architecturally I'd say it's more a hybrid of Skylake and Ivy Bridge than anything.
I look at passmark, do 3 divisions and come to 8.3% number. Reported air clocks are 4.3-4.5 for Ryzen, 4.8-5 for Kaby, 4.9/4.4 = 11. 1.08*1.11=1.1988~20% ahead.Those numbers are simply incorrect vs flagship ryzen. It is at most %10 behind with 1800X
Looks legit still.
this is margin of error stuff, if this result is real I think that's really impressive for AMD, really far above what I expected when Zen rumors started, and combine that very decent ST performance with cheaper moar cores+HT and you have a winner.I3 4360 3.7ghz CB 149
Ryzen r5 1600x 3.7ghz CB 146
So there you have it...lower IPC compared to haswell...obviously way higher multiscore and lower price will help Ryzen overcome this...
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