AMD Ryzen 7 3700X : 3DMark + F1 2019 Performance
Synthetic Game Test – 3DMark
We used 3DMark’s Time Spy and Time Spy Extreme synthetic benchmarks, which supports DirectX 12, and the latest features like asynchronous compute, and multi-threading support.
Time Spy – 2560 x 1440
Of course, the CPU only has a slight influence on a game’s performance, so its effect on the overall gaming score is less significant.
Time Spy Extreme – 3840 x 2160
Now check out the processors’ effect on the overall gaming score…
F1 2019 is a really new racing game by Codemasters, released on 28 June 2019.
We tested it on three resolutions at the Ultra High settings :
- 1080p : 1920 x 1080
- 1440p : 2560 x 1440
- 2160p : 3840 x 2160
1080p Gaming Resolution
Even though it promised a 15% improvement in instructions per clock (IPC), the Ryzen 7 3700X performed virtually the same as the last-generation Ryzen 7 2700X.
Micro-architectural changes matter though. They were both 25% faster than the Ryzen 7 1800X.
And even though it only has 6 cores, the Intel Core i7-8700K was slightly (3%) faster…
1440p Gaming Resolution
At the higher 1440p resolution, the importance of CPU performance was greatly reduced. It didn’t matter which processor you used – they all delivered almost the same frame rates.
2160p Gaming Resolution
Increasing the resolution to 4K virtually eliminated the influence of CPU performance. They all had the same frame rates.
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