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Ryzen review leaked - Ryzen 3900X and 3700X Review PCGH

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Ryzen review leaked - Ryzen 3900X and 3700X Review PCGH

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Seems to be a real review leaked before time.
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Waiting real reviews at 1080p at least.

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I get that games are more CPU bound at 720p, but is anyone actually purchasing either of these processors going to game at that resolution? Having said that, these look like a win, but still lower than I expected. I think I'm going to hold on to my 2700x until the inevitable refresh a year from now.

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Benchmarks at low resolutions tend to be CPU-dependent, so i think it makes sense as a CPU benchmark. The problem that it is different from the resolution actually used, in the sense of measuring the performance of the CPU would not be such a bad judgment.
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720 ???? who the hell play at 720p in 2019??

if its not 1440p or 4k all this review are useless.

1080 its outdated for long time so they should not focus on 1080p but at least for 1440p and 4k

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I'm okay with what I'm seeing. As far as I can tell, the scores were obtained only at 3.8ghz for the 3900x.

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Quote: Originally Posted by pompss View Post
720 ???? you the hell play at 720p in 2019??

if its not 1440p or 4k all this review are useless.

1080 its outdated for long time so they should not focus on 1080p but at least for 1440p and 4k


You sir, miss the point of CPU gaming tests then completely

Tests at 1440p and 4k are far more GPU bound. Meaning the GPU is the bottleneck in obtaining faster FPS. Its rendering all the pixels while the CPU can sit somewhat "idle".
At 720p or 1080p, games are far more CPU bound, meaning the GPU is generating pixels as fast as the CPU can tell it to, making the CPU the bottleneck, and therefore giving a more 'true' picture as to how a particular CPU will perform in that title as the fps are limited by the CPU/RAM and not the GPU.

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I'm okay with what I'm seeing. As far as I can tell, the scores were obtained only at 3.8ghz for the 3900x.
Wait, so these are the scores WITHOUT boost?

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Quote: Originally Posted by pompss View Post
720 ???? you the hell play at 720p in 2019??

if its not 1440p or 4k all this review are useless.

1080 its outdated for long time so they should not focus on 1080p but at least for 1440p and 4k
This is how reviews are done when you need to isolate the CPU's performance from that of a GPU. It is VERY difficult to run something at 1440P or 4K and not bottleneck at the GPU or otherwise impact what the CPU is doing by the GPU's behavior.

Low resolution tests are a standard test when looking at JUST the CPU's performance.
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