AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Review

AIDA64

AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Review

AIDA64

Since its early days as Everest, AIDA64 has provided an excellent way to benchmark your system without requiring you to take a week off work whilst the tests run. The memory bandwidth benchmarks test your throughput and we're also looking at memory latency today. Running the fabric at 1:1 yields the best results, and because the newest Agesa update hasn't appeared yet as you boost the memory clock the latency increases. For our testing we'll be sticking to 3600 MHz as it gives us the most consistent platform for testing. Consistency is everything, as we're sure you understand.

Like all its predecessors the write speeds on everything but the beefiest offerings is always compromised on the lower core count Ryzen models.

AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Review  
AMD Ryzen 5 5600X Review  

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07-11-2020, 18:50:09

tgrech
Great write up, looks like a strong little gaming chip, has anyone tried per core overclocking on this?Quote

07-11-2020, 20:09:01

AngryGoldfish
4.7Ghz at only 1.2v is very nice. But that PBO overclock is also very tasty.

Has anyone seen how these new Ryzen CPUs perform in music production workloads? That was another weak point for past iterations of Zen.Quote

07-11-2020, 20:26:44

Greenback
Seems AMD have all needs for pc covered with this round of cpu releases, really no reason to look at intels offerings.

P.s I always watch until the end of the video'sQuote

07-11-2020, 21:25:02

Dawelio
From all the reviews I've seen over the past days, this particular CPU seems to be one hell of a CPU. First time I've actually ordered it straight away.

With this though and this might be a bit off topic, but I had one or two thoughts of Aliens logics behind this decision this time around, so thank you for your past inputs Alien!Quote

08-11-2020, 07:24:19

ET3D
The DaVinci Resolve benchmarks looks really weird. The 5900X performs the same as the 3600XT at stock, but higher than the 3950X with PBO? The 10900K performs worse than everything but the 3400G? Makes no sense.Quote
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