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  • AMD Ryzen 5 1400 Linux Benchmarks: 27-Way CPU Comparison On Ubuntu

    Phoronix: AMD Ryzen 5 1400 Linux Benchmarks: 27-Way CPU Comparison On Ubuntu

    If you are looking to get an AMD Zen CPU on a budget, the cheapest Ryzen 5 CPU in the current line-up is the 1400 model, which for $160 USD will get you a quad-core processor plus Hyper Threading and clocks up to 3.4GHz. Here are some benchmarks of the AMD Ryzen 5 1400 on Ubuntu 17.04 compared to various other Intel and AMD CPUs over the years.

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=24900

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    Thanks for this test, I was waiting for it. But there are compilation benchmarks lacking and they are most important for me

    Also - you could do some CPU comparison in gaming with some Total War game or Hitman (it is quite CPU demanding at least on my PC )

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    • #3
      Including overclocked results too would be nice, considering that barely anyone runs a Ryzen at stock speed.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by faldzip View Post
        Thanks for this test, I was waiting for it. But there are compilation benchmarks lacking and they are most important for me

        Also - you could do some CPU comparison in gaming with some Total War game or Hitman (it is quite CPU demanding at least on my PC )
        Kernel compilation tests are coming in another article. They weren't included here due to some impact on SSD/I/O perf and different SSDs used.
        Michael Larabel
        http://www.michaellarabel.com/

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        • #5
          Originally posted by faldzip View Post
          Thanks for this test, I was waiting for it. But there are compilation benchmarks lacking and they are most important for me

          Also - you could do some CPU comparison in gaming with some Total War game or Hitman (it is quite CPU demanding at least on my PC )
          If compilation is important for you, than a 4 core might not suit to your workflow. Better buy a Ryzen 7 1700.

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          • #6
            Michael thanks!
            Steffo 309$ does not suit my workflow either...

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            • #7
              Originally posted by faldzip View Post
              Michael thanks!
              Steffo 309$ does not suit my workflow either...
              How about $219 (6C12T)? You can get ~$200 from some online shop

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              • #8
                if AMD can reduce the cache latency in low freq RAM from 100+ ms to let say 70- ms, Thread Ripper will tear a new one to most Intel HEDT CPU's and improve a hell lot in single thread operations, can't wait for it

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                • #9
                  My overall impression of Ryzen as a product, even though I don't have my own yet, is it seems like the fabrication process is pretty decent. I've read alot of articles and my impression is good. Although I still think a CMT core with three integer units per pipeline built on this process would have beaten these Zens like a dead horse and we can picture where that would leave Intel's products.... hehe.

                  Well done with the fabrication process. About fing time.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by jrch2k8 View Post
                    if AMD can reduce the cache latency in low freq RAM from 100+ ms to let say 70- ms, Thread Ripper will tear a new one to most Intel HEDT CPU's and improve a hell lot in single thread operations, can't wait for it
                    I suspect you mean ns, not ms.

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