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AMD Ryzen 3 1300X & Ryzen 3 1200 Review

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AMD Ryzen 3 1300X & Ryzen 3 1200 Testing:

The first part of our testing will involve system-specific benchmarks.

 

Let's get started with Apophysis. This program is primarily used to render and generate fractal flame images. We will run this benchmark with the following settings:

  • Resolution: 2750 x 2048
  • Quality: 500
  • Limit Memory use: 512 MB

 

 

The measurement used is time to render, in minutes, to completion.

 

 

 

 

Lower is Better

 

WinRAR is a tool that archives and compresses large files to a manageable size. Here, we will test the time needed to compress files of 100 MB and 500 MB. Time will be measured in seconds.

 

RAR:

  

Lower is Better

 

 

ZIP:

  

Lower is Better

 

Bibble 5:

This test consists of converting one hundred 8.2 MP RAW images to JPEG format. The original file size is 837 MB. The measure used for comparison is time needed to convert the file, in seconds.

  

Lower is Better

 

Geekbench 4:

Geekbench 4 is a benchmark that tests CPU performance in an easy-to-use tool. The measure used for comparison are the CPU Single Core and Multi Core tests.

  
  

Higher is Better

 

In Apophysis, the R3 1300X has a leg up on the R3 1200 out of the box with a higher Boost clock speed allowing it to outperform AMD’s own FX series processors. The R3 1200 also does well here at both stock and overclocked when you compare the performance of AMD’s last-gen architecture. In the WinRAR testing, I see mostly the same type of comparisons against the previous gen processors and the Core i3 7350K.

Bibble 5 is a test that counts heavily on core count and clock speed to deliver the lowest result. These two R3 chips only outperform the Core i3 7350K, with every other processor being four or more cores and support SMT. In the Geekbench 4 test, the single core scores are stratified by core clock speed, while the multi-core scores show a score indicative of what AMD’s Zen architecture can do by comparison to the previous generation AMD processors.




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