How The Ryzen 7 1800X Compares To The Performance Of Systems By Phoronix Readers
Written by Michael Larabel in AMD on 3 March 2017 at 02:10 PM EST. 6 Comments
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Yesterday on top of the main Ryzen 7 1800X Linux benchmarks and the follow-up Linux gaming benchmarks, I also posted some extra Ryzen benchmark results and encouraged Phoronix readers to compare their own system's performance to our data using our open-source, automated benchmarking framework.

A number of Phoronix readers have been running their own comparison tests to our Ryzen numbers using our automated and fully-reproducible Phoronix Test Suite benchmarking software and then going on to uploading that to OpenBenchmarking.org.

For those curious how the Ryzen 7 1800X system compares to various independent systems out in the wild, I've merged some of those results together.

Ryzen ends up beating most of the systems compared to by Phoronix readers, at least when it comes to multi-core performance...

A Phoronix reader also compared his Intel Core i7 6900K performance, which is interesting as I don't happen to have that CPU.

Ryzen beat out all of the systems, even the i7-6900K when it came to C-Ray.

Those wanting to look up more benchmark results from this merged comparison can see this OpenBenchmarking.org page that also provides a look at all the system details. You can also find other comparison results and more of my own Ryzen benchmarks via this AMD Ryzen OpenBenchmarking.org search. Right now I am working through AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Linux benchmarks for publishing soon.
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