AMD Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X Review

Realbench

AMD Ryzen 9 5900X and Ryzen 9 5950X Review

Realbench

ASUS Realbench also checks out your multi-threaded performance similar to Geekbench  but in a more system-wide way when compared to our pure encoding benchmarks. We don’t know what has been changed but the results are starting to resemble PC Mark Vantage in their desire to be inconsistent, with the Image Editing result in particular almost chucking out a random figure. Thankfully the encoding and multitasking results seem close to what we'd expect. This might be the next benchmark we have to cut from our test suite.

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05-11-2020, 14:55:44

23RO_UK
Nice knowing you Intel Quote

05-11-2020, 15:13:09

g0ggles1994
AMD: Still we Ryze.Quote

05-11-2020, 15:13:09

robert3892
Outstanding performance from two AMD processors that you can't buyQuote

05-11-2020, 15:15:22

AngryGoldfish
Epyc.

Is that pun still OK to use? We should have reserved it for now.Quote

05-11-2020, 15:19:56

Greenback
Well those results were pleasing to the eye, though I question the price of the 5800x over the 5900x, I'd think it would put a no brainer to go with the 5900x for the extra $100Quote
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