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AMD Ryzen 3 1300X & Ryzen 3 1200 Review

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AMD Ryzen 3 1300X & Ryzen 3 1200 Testing:

Cinebench R15 is useful for testing your system, CPU, and OpenGL capabilities using the software program, CINEMA 4D. We will be using the default tests for this benchmark.





Higher is Better


HWBot X.265 Benchmark: This benchmark takes a H.264 video and converts the output to an H.265/HVEC format. Included are both 1080 and 4K presets to measure the FPS level achieved by the processor. The default benchmarks are used  with the result the FPS level at which the processor completed the workload. Measurement is in FPS.


Lower is Better


PCMark 8.2 is the latest iteration of Futuremark's popular PCMark system performance tool. This latest version is a comprehensive tool that runs through real life scenarios to test the install hardware using a series of real life application to simulate the load.


Higher is Better


In the Cinebench R15 testing, the single core scoring shows that the Ryzen processors all deliver performance within a set envelope in the single core testing, ranging from 132 by the R3 1200 to 162 with the R7 1800X. The R3 1300X falls towards the upper end of that range due to the higher 3.7GHz Turbo Boost clock speed. When you get to the multi-core results, it's clear to see that four cores and four threads are underpowered compared to the six, eight, ten, sixteen, and eighteen core processors. The HWBot X.265 results fall in line with the core count and core clock speed, while the PCMark 8 results show the new Zen-based R3 processors outperforming some of the eight thread FX series processors.

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