Assumed test AMD Ryzen 7 3800X no Geekbench appeared on the Internet, comparing the performance of the processor with one Intel Core i9 9900K. The test is not official and the results can be forgiven, but the numbers look within what can be expected for the processor. Check the following screenshots that show the results:
It is interesting to note that none of the tests could optimize the memory so that Ryzen could perform his best. The first, where the processor does a little better, the memory is set at 2133 MHz. In the second test, where the advantage lies with the Intel processor, the system works with DDR4-2666, ideal for the kernel. Then there is a question as to how the processors will look like a comparison with DDR4-3200, supported by the Zen 2 processors directly from the box. Testing with AMD data was done on an X470 board, as the X570s are not yet widely available.
AMD's next series of processors is set to hit the shelves in two weeks on July 7, along with the new X570. Then we will have many tests and comparisons more reliable and officially displayed on the internet.
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