Discussion Ryzen 3000 series benchmark thread ** Open **

Markfw

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I am putting this placeholder here, so the day we have them, we have a place to put them.

Also, The rules:
All benchmarks of Ryzen 3000 series OR Intel compared to AMD that are recent(as in a couple of months) are allowed.
NO fighting, or insulting others (standard rules, just a reminder)
We have another thread for Ryzen 3000 builders. Here: https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/amd-ryzen-3000-builders-thread.2565687/
We have another thread for speculations on Ryzen 3000. Here: https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/speculation-ryzen-3000-series.2558009/

This is locked for now, I just want you all to read the rules. I will unlock it on July 6th, or earlier if they surprise me.
And I will copy all links of reviews to this first post. Feel free to comment on reviews.

I am unlocking a little early, since I may not be available later today

Reviews below:

https://www.anandtech.com/show/14605/the-and-ryzen-3700x-3900x-review-raising-the-bar
https://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/ryzen-9-3900x-7-3700x-review,6214.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/amd-ryzen-9-3900x/
https://www.techpowerup.com/review/amd-ryzen-7-3700x/
https://www.techspot.com/review/1869-amd-ryzen-3900x-ryzen-3700x/
https://www.kitguru.net/components/cpu/luke-hill/amd-ryzen-9-3900x-ryzen-7-3700x-zen-2-cpu-review/
 
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Markfw

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What time is the NDA lifted?
9 am EST or 2 pm England time. I unlocked this now since I am going to bed, then in the morning driving 500 miles home. I will try to update the OP as soon as I get home with all the reviews. 3 pm PST. ETA
 

Asterox

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Hahahah yoink

edit: here comes another one!

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From here.

Look at the 3900x power consumption in Prime95! Wooo 193W baby. Bring the fire! 105W TDP my arse.
So what, it is "very demanding CPU strest test" or not you everyday aplication.It is 12/24 CPU, what do you expect in CPU strest test like Prime95?In regular day to day work or computing+browser internet usage etc, Prime95 is common as frogs in Sahara.

"TDP is not/never was a direct power consumption number"
 

DrMrLordX

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So what, it is "very demanding CPU strest test" or not you everyday aplication.It is 12/24 CPU, what do you expect in CPU strest test like Prime95?In regular day to day work or computing+browser internet usage etc, Prime95 is common as frogs in Sahara.

"TDP is not/never was a direct power consumption number"
Hey I'm totally on board with it. That's why I'm putting my 3900x under water. Many people predicted that the 3700x, 3800x, and 3900x would stay within their listed TDPs "at stock" and . . . that ain't happening.

3700x looks like ~120W, 3800x is unknown, and 3900x is ~190W, so far.
 

DrMrLordX

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der8auer:


This vid is really worth watching. I think der8auer may have gotten some funky QS samples though, since the temps he got out of that R5 3600 at less than 4.3 GHz is pretty extreme. That earlier leak (not posted in this thread?) was showing a stock 3600 bouncing off 4.2 GHz quite happily without high temp averages. His methods are solid so I do not doubt in his data.
 
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Kedas

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Important to notice that the game performance of the 3900X is a little higher than the 3700X, meaning two dies 4 CCX instead of one die with 2 CCX has no impact on speed (latency) :cool:
 

DrMrLordX

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Either that, or the cache subsystem is strong enough that increasing mem latency isn't that big a drag on gaming performance.
 
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Kedas

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It does also look like the 3900X doesn't limit itself to 105W TDP.
I guess it's intel 9900k style, could be a motherboard setting default on.

3700X on the other hand does seem correct.


edit the 3900X stays in check in other reviews, so I think it's fine.
https://thinkcomputers.org/amd-ryzen-9-3900x-processor-review/7/
(higher idle that's normal with extra die but they should be able to kill it somehow at idle)
 
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Asterox

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der8auer:

Well if the day to day wall is 4.3ghz, in reality that is more then enough.Even stock R5 3600, price=performance ratio very easy runs over several too expensive Intel CPU-s.One example is quite enough.

Intel elite CS gaming, in world where 190fps is not enough.:grinning:Ok but you pay 150$ more, for Intel 5ghz capable 6/12 CPU(no stock cooler)=40 higher FPS.

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Well if the day to day wall is 4.3ghz, in reality that is more then enough.Even stock R5 3600, price=performance ratio very easy runs over several too expensive Intel CPU-s.One example is quite enough.
It does give you a reason to still buy Intel, especially when 5 Ghz should be easily doable on the 9600K/9700K, and much less reason to buy any Matisse other than the 3600.

The Kraken score is terrific btw, the giant L3 cache might be the reason.
 

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