AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks emerge

AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks emerge

AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks emerge

 
AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks have emerged, revealing pictures of the CPU itself and benchmark results from CPUmark, Cinebench and 3DMARK.
 
These results come from Xfastest, with the images above and below showing that AMD’s new Ryzen CPUs are similar in size to AMD’s older AM3 FX series processors, but a lot more pin-dense at the bottom.   

  

In this testing AMD’s Ryzen 7 1700X is using DDR4 memory which is clocked at 2133MHz, which is fairly low speeds for the DDR4 memory standard and is likely to be the minimum memory clock speed that this CPU is capable of using. 

AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks emerge

Thanks to the newRyzen ready release of CPUz, we can see much clearer specifications for AMD’s Ryzen CPUs, though these results show base and boost clock speeds of 3.5GHz and 3.9GHz instead of this CPU’s previously leaked clock speeds of 3.4/3.8GHz.   

At this time it is unknown if AMD’s XFR tech is increasing the clock speeds of this CPU, though the clock speed increase is fairly minor.   

Below we can see that this CPU achieved a 3DMARK Physics score of 17916, which is extremely impressive for an AMD CPU. 

  
AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks emerge  

Below is a CPU-mark score from AMD’s Ryzen 1700X CPU, scoring 583 points, which is similar to Intel’s high-end 5960X 8-core/16-thread CPU. 

AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks emerge

 

Below is a selection of Cinebench R15 scores for AMD’s Ryzen 1700X CPU, which achieves a score of 1537. This is an impressive result given that our own testing gives Intel’s i7 5960X a score of 1408 at stock and Intel i7 6900K a score of 1578 at stock. 

Remember that the Ryzen 1700X isn’t even AMD’s flagship Ryzen CPU, making these results look even more impressive. 

  
AMD Ryzen 1700X benchmarks emerge

 

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