AMD 16-core Ryzen 9 benchmark score beat Intel 18-core i9 processor

ByJocelyn Longoria 2019-05-30 740

At this year's Taipei Computer Show Computex 2019, AMD officially released the first 7nm Ryzen series of 7nm consumer desktop processors. The first products are the eight-core Ryzen 7 3700X/3800X, the six-core Ryzen 5 3600/3600X and the twelve-core Ryzen 9 3900X. However, there is information that this year AMD's products can be more than 12 cores.

Behind the Taipei computer show, overclockers are testing the 16-core Ryzen 3 series processors. According to foreign media Tech YES City, this 16-core processor is still an engineering sample, so the final performance will be higher.

Throughout the process, the player used the liquid cooling to easily overclock the chip to a full-core 4.1GHz, up to 4.3GHz, but the voltage also rose from 1.4v to 1.57v. Finally, in the Cinebench R15 test, I got a score of 4346cb, which surpassed Intel's eighteen-core i9-9980XE. The former is priced at $800 and the rear is $2,000.

AMD has confirmed that the new thread tearer processor, also built with the 7nm process, will be updated. It is likely that this 16-core Ryzen 9 processor will replace the low-end products of the partial thread tearer series.

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