Benchmarks of AMD Ryzen 7 1700X vs i7 6800K In 10 Games

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The all new AMD’s Ryzen 7 1700X was tested against its price equivalent counterpart, which is the Intel Core i7 6800K in 10 different games. This information comes from an early Chinese review which features a lot of other tests including one of the very first power consumption figures of Ryzen.

Despite the four more threads, two more cores, a lower TDP and higher clock speeds, the Ryzen still costs $399. The Ryzen 7 1700X is the AMD’s direct competitor to $420 Hexacore(6-core)  Intel Core i7 6800K. If all these benchmarks are any indication, we may be looking at another incredible performer that not just outperforms the 6800K but also does it with a lower power consumption mark.

AMD Ryzen 7 1700X vs i7 6800K – The Benchmarks

Before we dive deep into the numbers I would like to quickly remind everyone that has to be taken with a grain of salt. These results are by no means official.

System specifications:
RX 480 8G, Win10 64-bit, Crimson 17.2.1 drivers (Shared)

AMD Ryzen 7 1700X

16GB DDR4-2133
ASUS PRIME X370-PRO

Intel Core i7 6800K

16GB DDR4-2400,

ASUS STRIX X99 GAMING

 

The tests are:

3DMark11 physics

3DMark Firestrike physics
Ludashi 5.15 GPU

Ludashi 5.15 CPU(a shitty Chinese benchmark sw)
Ludashi 5.15 Disk

Ludashi 5.15 Mem

7-zip 15.05beta 1min

Blender 2.78A

FritzChessbenchmark

LuxMark3.1 CPU OpenCL

AMD Ryzen 7 1700X vs i7 6800K

Benchmark AMD Ryzen 7 1700X Intel Core i7 6800K 1700X Lead in %
Platform Power – CPU only / full load 123W 126.87W 3.15%
Platform Power – Standby 62.77W 98.74W 57.30%
Platform Power – Gaming ( CPU + GPU ) 154.66W 194.2W 25.57%
Platform Power – Office/Productivity 81.55W 113.5W 39.8%
Ashes Of The Singularity (DX12) avg FPS 46.8 45.3 3.31%
BF1 avg FPS 81.75 82.15 -0.49%
COD 13 avg FPS 87.3 88.57 -1.43%
CS: GO avg FPS 297.98 284.12 4.88%
CS: GO min FPS 289 275 5.09%
Crossfire (Lithtech Engine) 4.1.8 min FPS 189 191 -1.05%
Crossfire (Lithtech Engine) 4.1.8 avg FPS 198 197 0.51%
Deus Ex Human Divided (DX12) avg 39.3 39 0.77%
Deus Ex Human Divided (DX12) min 32.1 31.8 0.94%
Doom (Vulkan) avg 123 122.5 0.41%
H1Z1 King of the Hill min 75 71 5.63%
H1Z1 King of the Hill avg 87.63 83.5  4.95%
Hitman (DX12) avg 60.2 59.05 1.95%
Tomb Raider DX12 avg 45.8 45.12 1.51%
Tomb Raider DX12 min 30.1 30.5 -1.31%
Civ 6 avg 71.52 62.1 15.17%
Civ 6 min 52.99 44 20.43%

If all these benchmarks are to be believed this Ryzen 7 1700X will be a fantastic gaming CPU. At the very least if we compare it to its direct Broadwell-E competition from the Intel, it is still great at a performance. However, the best part of all of this is the Ryzen’s power consumption measurements.

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