AMD Ryzen 1700X Game Performance Leaked
The most talked about GPU lineup is undoubtedly AMD’s Ryzen offering. During the company’s latest GDC Capsaicin and Cream event the graphics processing units have been benchmarked. Even better, AMD tested them against its competition, Intel’s latest i7 processors. Lately, the internet has been filled with AMD Ryzen benchmarking listings, but none of them have been as official as these ones. Today we’re going to see exactly what the new GPUs bring to the table.
AMD Ryzen 7 1700X: Game Performance
The GPU has been tested with different AAA games and it performed exceptionally well. Worth mentioning is that all games have been tested at maximum graphics resolution settings, at 1440p to be more exact. For example the first game which was used for test is the highly popular GTA V (DX11). AMD Ryzen 7 1700X came out with an impressive score of 139FPS while Intel Core i7 6800K scored 145FPS. The two GPUs came out significantly close to each other, but Intel’s chip was mostly ahead. The only game in which NVIDIA’s chip shined over Intel’s chip was Doom (Vulkan).
Leaked Chinese Benchmark
What’s interesting is that there is a Chinese leak which proved that AMD’s graphics processing unit is actually better than the one producer by Intel. The two graphics processing units have been put against each other in the Ashes of the Singularity (DX12) game. Ryzen 7 1700X scored an impressive FPS benchmark of 46.8 while Intel i7 6800K came out with an 45.3 FPS score.
AMD Ryzen 7 1700: Game Performance
This is the second best graphics processing unit in the Ryzen lineup. The chip has been pinned against Intel Core i7-7700K. The two are quite cheap with Ryzen 7 1700 being priced at $329 and Intel Core-i7700K at $338. Even though the price is really close, Intel’s chip once again comes out as the overall winner. Overall, the chip performed significantly better than what Ryzen 7 1700 was able to do. Nonetheless, this was to be expected since Ryzen 7 1700 is a little cheaper than Intel Core i7-7700K. As an example, while running GTA V (DX11) Ryzen 7 1700 had an average 167 FPS while Core i7-7700K run at 190FPS.