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AMD Ryzen™ 3 1300X
*Testing by AMD Performance labs as of July 10, 2017 on the following systems. PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on driver versions used.
Socket AM4: Ryzen™ 3 1300X processor, B350 Gaming K4 motherboard, with NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti 8 GB graphics adapter 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 RAM, Windows 10 RS2operating system, Graphics driver 382.53 :: 07/10/2017.
Socket 1151: Z270 SLI, Core i3-7300 processor, B250 Gaming M3 motherboard, with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 8GB graphics adapter, 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 RAM, Windows 10 RS2operating system, Graphics driver 382.53 :: 07/10/2017.
Video Encoding: Compared to the Ryzen 3 1300X, the Core i3-7300 achieved 75% the video encoding performance in Handbrake. (the Ryzen 3 1300X completed the 1080p video encode in 689 seconds, and the 4K video encode workload in 1330 seconds; the Core i3-7300 completed the 1080p video encode in 901 seconds (689/901=76% as fast as the 1300X), and the 4K video encode workload in 1829 seconds (1330/1829=73% as fast as the 1300X);The average of 73% and 76% is 74.5%, rounded up to 75%. Inversely, the Ryzen 3 1300X is up to (100%/75%=133%) 33% faster than the Core i3-7300 at video encoding.
Content Creation: Compared to the Ryzen 3 1300X, the Core i3-7300 achieved 77% the content creation performance as represented by Cinebench. The Ryzen 3 1300X achieved 561 points, while the Core i3-7300 achieved 433.8 points, 77% the score of the Ryzen 3 1300X (561/433.8=77%). Inversely, the Ryzen 3 1300X is up to (100%/77%=130%) 30% faster than the Core i3-7300 at content creation.
1080p Gaming Performance: Compared to the Ryzen 3 1300X, the Core i3-7300 achieved an average frame rate of 91% in The Division; 96% in far Cry Primal; 101% in AOTS (GPU); 94% in AOTS (CPU); 104% in Witcher 3; 102% in Doom; 89% in Overwatch; 102% in Hitman; 90% in DOTA2; 121% in League of Legends; 96% in Playerunknown Battlegrounds; amd 105% in Counter Strike: GO; for an average of 99%. Inversely, the Ryzen 3 1300X is up to (100%/99%=101%) 1% faster than the Core i3-7300 at 1080p gaming. RZN-63
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† Testing by AMD Performance labs as of 12/21/2017 on the following system. PC manufacturers may vary configurations yielding different results. Results may vary based on driver versions used. System Configs: AMD Ryzen 5 1600X, GA-AX370 AORUS Gaming 5 motherboard, 16GB of dual-channel DDR3-3200, Graphics driver 23.20.768.0 (17.40), and a Seagate Barracuda 500GB boot drive. When Enmotus FuzeDrive was enabled, a Samsung 950 PRO NVMe drive was added to the drive pool. Without Enmotus FuzeDrive for Ryzen, the system took 28.611 seconds to complete a boot to Windows via Explorer; 21.421 seconds to initialize SMSS; 2.274 seconds to initialize the Windows Logon; 56.04 seconds to launch Adobe Premiere; 59.27 seconds to launch Adobe Photoshop; and 85.09 seconds to launch DOOM®. With Enmotus FuzeDrive for Ryzen enabled, the system took 10.534 seconds to complete a boot to Windows via Explorer (28.611/10.534=272%, or 172% faster); 3.926 seconds to initialize SMSS (21.421/3.926=546%, or 446% faster); 1.461 seconds to initialize the Windows Logon (2.274/1.461=156%, or 56% faster); 8.27 seconds to launch Adobe Premiere (56.04/8.27=678%, or 578% faster); 5.75 seconds to launch Adobe Photoshop (59.27/5.75=1031%, or 931% faster); and 38.77 seconds to launch DOOM (59.27/38.77=219%, or 119% faster). RZN-116
‡ AMD SenseMI technology is built into all Ryzen™ processors, but specific features and their enablement may vary by product and platform. For specific capabilities of different processor models, visit www.amd.com/ryzenspecs. If your system is pre-built, contact your manufacturer for additional information.
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