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Make graphs start at 0 not at a high value. It's misleading.
For example score: 0-20000, not 10000-20000.
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Make graphs start at 0 not at a high value. It's misleading.
For example score: 0-20000, not 10000-20000.

Its not misleading at all, I will start them however way I want to.
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Its not misleading at all, I will start them however way I want to.

What's hilarious here is these guys will find anything to complain about! People forget that this is your Review of the Ryzen 5 chips and your impressions with them. As long as your chart is accurate or represents data truthfully, then the way to show that or test it is up to you. I'm tired of people commenting on reviews like they know what it's like to do them. I would be happy once they receive a Ryzen 5 chip to compare results and their review of the platform.

You rarely see anyone here saying gee thanks for the Review man, we haven't really had coverage of this yet, but NO the first comment is a complaint!
Edited by Jedson3614 - 6/28/17 at 6:09am
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Make graphs start at 0 not at a high value. It's misleading.
For example score: 0-20000, not 10000-20000.

While generally, I'd agree, in some cases on a scale that large you would be hardly able to accurately distinguish the variance. Like so...


And in a case like this, you have to acknowledge that below a certain threshold you will not be achieving an acceptable level of performance by modern standards, so it makes more sense to highlight the high end difference.
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While generally, I'd agree, in some cases on a scale that large you would be hardly able to accurately distinguish the variance. Like so...


And in a case like this, you have to acknowledge that below a certain threshold you will not be achieving an acceptable level of performance by modern standards, so it makes more sense to highlight the high end difference.
I can see the difference just fine there. Sure can be counted as personal preference and I do prefer graphs to show the whole range not just a zoomed in section. To each their own, I skip reviews with crazy graphs but I've seen way worse over the decades.
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Neat review. thumb.gif Thanks.
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Its not misleading at all, I will start them however way I want to.

You can do it however you want to but he's making the suggestion that you start it from zero. You seem angry and offended so quickly, take the suggestions with consideration and then maybe say, "I'll keep it as such because so and so but thanks for your suggestion."

But yes, thanks for the review. I've been looking to buy the Ryzen series (definitely no Intel, thanks) and need more information on where the trade off will have to be made.
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You can do it however you want to but he's making the suggestion that you start it from zero. You seem angry and offended so quickly, take the suggestions with consideration and then maybe say, "I'll keep it as such because so and so but thanks for your suggestion."

But yes, thanks for the review. I've been looking to buy the Ryzen series (definitely no Intel, thanks) and need more information on where the trade off will have to be made.

No, I am not angry at all and I do appreciate the comment. I just don't think anyone knows actually how much work this is. But yes, I will take it into consideration. 😁
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Make graphs start at 0 not at a high value. It's misleading.
For example score: 0-20000, not 10000-20000.
LOL. Nope. Not misleading at all, just read the scale. Next you'll be complaining about graphs with a logarithmic scale... There's no point wasting vast amounts of graph space on meaningless stuff just to be able to see a 486's result on a test of modern processors.
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