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  • Ryzen 3600X and i9-9900K compared in games. Intel handled slightly better at double the cost.


    On June 18, AMD published a comparison of the performance of its new Ryzen 3000 processors with competitors from Intel. According to the provided schedules, the company's products outperform the rivals' chips in all respects. The Director of Customer Products Management at AMD stated at all that after Ryzen 3000 entered the market, people would have no reason to choose Intel. Now the network has comparisons of iron in games - and, it seems, Intel will add reasons for concern.

    Ryzen 3600X and i9-9900K compared in games

    Ryzen 3600X and i9-9900K compared in games

    Ryzen 3600X and i9-9900K compared in games

    Ryzen 3600X and i9-9900K compared in games

    The benchmarks that ElChapuzasInformatico provided the site clearly demonstrate how the Ryzen processors manifest themselves in practice. The tests were conducted in conjunction with the video card Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition at the maximum graphics settings in 1080p resolution. They tested AC Odyssey, Final Fantasy XV, Total War Warhammer II and Far Cry 5.

    In all four games selected for testing, the i9-9900K performed better, breaking away from the competitor at least 5 frames per second. In games that use single-threaded performance, the gap is almost 30 frames per second. However, it is worth noting that the best Intel processor with 8 cores and 16 threads was compared with the new 6-core and 12-line Ryzen 3600X - one of the youngest chips based on the ZEN 2 architecture, which costs twice the i9-9900K and is presented by AMD as an alternative i5 series. It is noteworthy that the difference between last year’s flagship Ryzen 7 2700X and the fresh “budget” Ryzen 3600X turned out to be not so great in practice, especially considering the low price of the new product.


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