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    Why does Ryzen 7 1800X performs so poorly in games?

    Why does Ryzen 7 1800X performs so poorly in games?

    I was expecting it to be able to keep up with the Intel Core i7-6900K.

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    Re: Why does Ryzen 7 1800X performs so poorly in games?

    Quote Originally Posted by _mockingbird View Post
    Why does Ryzen 7 1800X performs so poorly in games?

    I was expecting it to be able to keep up with the Intel Core i7-6900K.
    Taken from Here
    https://www.pcper.com/news/Processor...ng-tests-Ryzen

    Taylor then recognizes the performance concerns at 1080p with attribution to those deficits going to years of optimizations for Intel processors. It's difficult, if not impossible, to know for sure how much weight this argument has, but it would make some logical sense. Intel CPUs have been the automatic, defacto standard for gaming PCs for many years, and any kind of performance optimizations and development would have been made on those same Intel processors. So it seems plausible that simply by seeding Ryzen to developers and having them look at performance as development goes forward would result in a positive change for AMD's situation.


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    Re: Why does Ryzen 7 1800X performs so poorly in games?

    I was shocked by some results... it's slower than lower clocked Haswell-E in games

    Core i7-5960X vs Ryzen 7 1800X

    - Battlefield 1: 17,1% faster
    - Crysis 3: 5% faster
    - Dishonored 2: 19.5% faster
    - Deus Ex (DX11): 21.8% faster
    - Fallout 4: 4.4% faster
    - Hitman: 28.8% faster
    - Rise of the Tomb Raider: 58.4% faster
    - Total War: 3.7% slower
    - Watch Dogs 2: 15.5% faster
    - The Witcher 3: 46.1% faster

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