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The Best CPU You CAN&#;T Buy &#; Ryzen 9 Performance Review

As you can probably tell by the title this review is going to be a bit of a tease, and so I&#;m going to be very Canadian right now and say I&#;m sorry. The review this review is going to be a tease is because we are gonna be talking about the Ryzen 9 , and not the X version or the recently announced XT version. The regular lower power is a processor that has been flying under the radar since launch for about a year.

That regular this processor is so uncommon is because AMD only made it available on prebuilt systems, or if you&#;re lucky enough you can find a floating around on AliExpress or eBay every now and then. The sample that I have was pulled straight out of the HP Omen 30L, which I did a complete teardown of recently. In fact, if you&#;re interested in checking that out you can click here. The purpose for this review is that I wanted to find out what the true potential of this processor is when it&#;s not tied down to a basic HP-designed B motherboard.


And you know what? The more we looked at the performance numbers, and especially overclocking, the more I wished AMD would sell it. This is really a wolf in sheep&#;s clothing, but at the same time I also understand why they don&#;t want people to get their hands on these CPUs directly from the retail channel.

Specs


From a specs perspective, the is basically a more efficient 65W version of AMD&#;s Ryzen 9 X. In order to get that lower TDP rating AMD reduced the clock speeds and voltage making it identical to the Ryzen 9 Pro It still has 12 cores/24 threads, and the same amount of cache as its bigger brother. But why even create this thing and not sell it to people like you and I? Well basically AMD launched processor so that system builders have a higher-end but power efficient thread processor that they can sell at a premium. If you look at it this CPU consumes less power, which means they don&#;t have to spend more money on more expensive components to support a W X.


I will give you a perfect example, if you look at the HP Omen 30L there is just no way that the cooling solution and the motherboard can support a higher watt TDP for an extended period of time. If they had put a higher spec processor in there, it would have been necessary to add a better motherboard with expanded power delivery and more PCB layers along with a less generic CPU heatsink. Then again, if you look at the Intel systems that HP Omen is offering, they are working with better Z motherboards and liquid cooling options. Why they don&#;t offer those better components on AMD systems is a conversation for another day.


For most people, the thought of sacrificing performance for better efficiency isn&#;t really appealing. For the small form factor (SFF) crowd though, well this kind of CPU would be absolutely perfect in my opinion. I mean, sure, it&#;s simply a de-tuned Ryzen X and you can get very similar results by simply undervolting that processor. However, this is a simple drop-in solution that has supposedly been binned for its ability to run at maximum efficiency, while delivering consistent frequencies.

Overclocking


Now don&#;t think for a second that AMD is using cores that wouldn&#;t make the cut for a full X&#;s higher clock speeds, and that&#;s because at least the sample that we are over here can overclock like crazy. It was just incredible that with a bit of coaxing &#; V set in the BIOS plus Load-Line Calibration (LLC) &#; it didn&#;t have any problem hitting a stable GHz on all cores, while being cooled by a Noctua NH-U12S. Going above that seemed to cause an immediate black screen, so it&#;s likely we had hit the maximum allowable input power. As you will see later, those speeds delivered some incredible benchmark results.

Power Consumption


Looking at power consumption, it&#;s really amazing to see what AMD has done with this processor. It needs almost W less than the Intel Core iK, but it has two dozen threads. Another thing I want to mention here is even though the is rated at 65W, it&#;s actual power draw is close to 90W. Under heavy multi-core load we saw package power readings around 88W, which is still super efficient, but a lot higher than what is being claimed.

Stock Benchmarks

Speaking of benchmarks, as always we ran our full suite of tests on this processor and it was a lot of fun. We had a lot of fun reviewing the results and comparing it to the rest of our CPU lineup. Now based on paper specs alone you would think that the would get kicked in the teeth by a X, but that isn&#;t really the case even though it&#;s frequencies are between MHz and MHz lower. In most cases, it loses by at the most 12%, and in many cases the gap is even smaller. There is a reason for that too, even though AMD rates the Ryzen 9 at much lower boosts and base frequencies those are just theoreticals. In real world speeds &#; in both lightly and heavy multi-threaded workloads &#; they are actually a lot closer to the X. I have to say this processor is probably the best example of what AMD can do with its current generation architecture. It combines low power consumption with some really impressive benchmark results, but it also shows how much additional power they needed to get the relatively minor performance increase we are seeing with the X and the XT.

Gaming Benchmarks

As for gaming results, this is one area that I was a bit concerned about. It started off really poorly for the since Call of Duty seems to like higher clock over core counts, but moving on to other games the GPU itself becomes more of a bottleneck. This processor&#;s frame rates are not % aligned with the others, but there is just no way someone staring at the screen would notice a difference here. Even the 1% lows were super similar going from one CPU to the next, with only the iK offering anything close to a different experience, and even then it wasn&#;t all that much better.

Overclocking Benchmarks

What about those overclocking results I promised you at the beginning? Well here they are as promised. As you would ecpect, the Ryzen 9 chugging along at a constant GHz is going to be a dominant beast in pretty much every application, especially the ones that rely on multi-core workloads. On the either hand, if there is a program like Adobe Premiere that relies more heavily on the GPU, increasing CPU frequencies has a pretty minor effect. In gaming though, well let&#;s just say that the goes from an okay gaming CPU to one of the best around. That is mostly because running at a constant GHz adds a bit more than 1GHz to the in-game frequencies I saw during stock speed runs.

Conclusion


So that pretty much wraps up this quick review of a very rare little CPU. Overall, I think that the Ryzen 9 is one of the best processors AMD that has launched in this generation. It&#;s efficient, it runs cool, and it overclocks really, really well. Also, if you look at these stock clock speeds, you are actually not losing all that much in terms of performance compared to the Ryzen 9 X. This is basically the pinnacle of Zen 2, and it just really goes to show what the architecture can do: And it&#;s amazing.


It&#;s just too bad that they are only available for OEMs and other system integrators, but I also understand some of the questions that AMD would go through if they made this widely available. I mean would they market this from an efficiency standpoint and sell it for more compared to the X or would they sell it for less targeting lower performance? Those are certainly some things to consider. Honestly, in the retail market, I think this would be a niche CPU without a real home. It would appeal to some small form factor enthusiasts or someone who wants lower power consumption without sacrificing core count. I know one thing for sure, I would totally rock this thing and it&#;s definitely not going back to that HP Omen 30L. In fact, it&#;s going onto a very special build coming very soon, so keep an eye out for that.

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AMD Ryzen 9 vs AMD Ryzen 9 X

AMD Ryzen 9

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The Ryzen 9 is a fast desktop CPU with 12 cores and 24 threads based on the Matisse series. It is the fastest 65 Watt CPU at launch in late and clocks the cores between (base) to (boost) clock (including Precision Boost). It uses 4 CCX-clusters where 3 of the 4 cores are activated. The CPU is manufactured in the modern 7nm process at TSMC. The I/O die on the package is separate and manufactured in 12 nm at Globalfoundries.

Due to the reduced Turbo speed, the Ryzen 9 is aimed at content creators and other professionals that can make use of the 12 cores. For games, a fast 8-core CPU with higher boost clocks is the better choice.

AMD Ryzen 9 X

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Der AMD Ryzen 9 X ist ein Desktop-Prozessor der Matisse Serie mit Kernen und Hyperthreading (SMT), weshalb dieser 24 Threads gleichzeitig verarbeiten kann. Mit dem Launch am ist der Ryzen 9 X der schnellste Ryzen 9 Prozessor und mit Watt TDP spezifiziert. Bis zur endg√ľltigen Verf√ľgbarkeit des Ryzen 9 X bleibt der Ryzen 9 X allerdings das Topmodell, denn der Ryzen 9 X soll erst im September folgen und insgesamt 16 Kerne bieten. 

Der Ryzen 9 X taktet mit 3,8 GHz Basistakt und kann per Turbo auf bis zu 4,6 GHz takten. Bei Last aller 12 Kerne erreicht der Ryzen 9 X maximal 4,3 GHz. Dank des Precision Boost 2 kann der Takt auf einem h√∂heren Level gehalten werden, wie wir es schon von Zen+ her kennen.

Die Leistung des AMD Ryzen 9 X ist durchweg bei allen Anwendungen hervorragend. Vor allem bei Multi-Thread-Anwendungen kann hier der native Kerner seine Stärken ausspielen und kann es sogar mit einem AMD Threadripper X aufnehmen.

Die vier CCX-Cluster bestehend aus jeweils 4 CPU-Kernen, von denen jeweils drei aktiv sind befinden sich in zwei CCD-Packages (je 3 Kerne mit eigenem 16 MByte L3 Cache). Ein CCD-Package ist genau 74 mm¬≤ gro√ü und wird im neuen 7 nm Verfahren bei TSMC gefertigt. Bei den beiden RyzenProzessoren befinden sich zwei dieser CCD-Einheiten unter dem Heatspreader. Der I/O-Die ist separiert und kommt im mit der √§lteren 12 nm Strukturbreite daher, welcher weiterhin von Gobalfoundries gefertigt. 

Bei Spielen kann der AMD Ryzen 9 X dank der verbesserten IPC √ľberzeugen. Schlussendlich kommt es jedoch immer auf die Unterst√ľtzung der Spiele an. Wer nur Spielen m√∂chte, ist gut beraten sich den AMD Ryzen 7 X genauer anzuschauen. Wer jedoch gleichzeitig Streamen oder Videos bearbeiten m√∂chte, f√ľr diejenigen ist der Ryzen 9 X die bessere Wahl. 

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Benchmarks

Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X + Blender + 3DM11 CPU - R9

pt (68%)

AMD Ryzen 7 H -4%

Intel Core iK -3%

Intel Core iH -3%

Intel Core iH -2%

Intel Core iKS -2%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS -1%

Intel Core iHK -1%

Intel Core i -1%

Intel Core iK 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 XT 0%

Intel Core iH 0%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS 0%

AMD Ryzen 9 HX 1%

Intel Core iH 3%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 6%

AMD Ryzen 5 X 6%

Intel Core iK 7%

Intel Core iK 7%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 46%

Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X + Blender + 3DM11 CPU - R9 X

pt (72%)

Intel Core iHK -7%

Intel Core i -6%

Intel Core iK -6%

AMD Ryzen 9 -6%

Intel Core iH -5%

AMD Ryzen 7 XT -5%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS -5%

AMD Ryzen 9 HX -5%

Intel Core iH -3%

AMD Ryzen 5 X 0%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Core iXE 4%

Intel Core iK 5%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 6%

Intel Core iXE 7%

AMD Ryzen 7 X 12%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 15%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 38%

Points (76%)

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31 Points (57%)

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Cinebench R - Cinebench R CPU Single 64 Bit

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MIPS (54%)

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MIPS (74%)

min:      avg:      median: (76%)     max: MIPS

fps (60%)

fps (67%)

fps (76%)

fps (79%)

fps (41%)

min:      avg:      median: (45%)     max: fps

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AMD Ryzen 7 X vs AMD Ryzen 9

63 facts in comparison

AMD Ryzen 7 X

AMD Ryzen 9

Why is AMD Ryzen 7 X better than AMD Ryzen 9 ?

  • GHz higher turbo clock speed?
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  • % higher PassMark result (single)?
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  • % higher single-core Geekbench 5 result?
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  • Has FMA4?

Why is AMD Ryzen 9 better than AMD Ryzen 7 X?

  • % faster CPU speed?
    12 x GHzvs8 x GHz
  • 8 more CPU threads?
    24vs16
  • 2MB bigger L2 cache?
    6MBvs4MB
  • % higher PassMark result?
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  • 32MB bigger L3 cache?
    64MBvs32MB
  • KB bigger L1 cache?
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  • % higher multi-core Geekbench 5 result?
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  • seconds faster Blender (bmw27) result?
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General info

A bit operating system can only support up to 4GB of RAM. bit allows more than 4GB, giving increased performance. It also allows you to run bit apps.

Small semiconductors provide better performance and reduced power consumption. Chipsets with a higher number of transistors, semiconductor components of electronic devices, offer more computational power. A small form factor allows more transistors to fit on a chip, therefore increasing its performance.

3.GPU clock speed

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The graphics processing unit (GPU) has a higher clock speed.

The thermal design power (TDP) is the maximum amount of power the cooling system needs to dissipate. A lower TDP typically means that it consumes less power.

Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) is a high-speed interface standard for connecting components, such as graphics cards and SSDs, to a motherboard. Newer versions can support more bandwidth and deliver better performance.

If the CPU exceeds the maximum operating temperature then problems such as random resets can occur.

7.DirectX version

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DirectX is used in games, with newer versions supporting better graphics.

A higher transistor count generally indicates a newer, more powerful processor.

9.OpenGL version

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Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 9 )

OpenGL is used in games, with newer versions supporting better graphics.

Performance

The CPU speed indicates how many processing cycles per second can be executed by a CPU, considering all of its cores (processing units). It is calculated by adding the clock rates of each core or, in the case of multi-core processors employing different microarchitectures, of each group of cores.

More threads result in faster performance and better multitasking.

A larger L2 cache results in faster CPU and system-wide performance.

When the CPU is running below its limitations, it can boost to a higher clock speed in order to give increased performance.

A larger L3 cache results in faster CPU and system-wide performance.

A larger L1 cache results in faster CPU and system-wide performance.

More data can be stored in the L2 cache for access by each core of the CPU.

Some processors come with an unlocked multiplier which makes them easy to overclock, allowing you to gain increased performance in games and other apps.

More data can be stored in the L3 cache for access by each core of the CPU.

Memory

It can support faster memory, which will give quicker system performance.

More memory channels increases the speed of data transfer between the memory and the CPU.

Error-correcting code memory can detect and correct data corruption. It is used when is it essential to avoid corruption, such as scientific computing or when running a server.

6.bus transfer rate

Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 7 X)

Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 9 )

The bus is responsible for transferring data between different components of a computer or device.

DDR (Double Data Rate) memory is the most common type of RAM. Newer versions of DDR memory support higher maximum speeds and are more energy-efficient.

8.eMMC version

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Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 9 )

A higher version of eMMC allows faster memory interfaces, having a positive effect on the performance of a device. For example, when transferring files from your computer to the internal storage over USB.

9.bus speed

Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 7 X)

Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 9 )

The bus is responsible for transferring data between different components of a computer or device.

Features

AES is used to speed up encryption and decryption.

AVX is used to help speed up calculations in multimedia, scientific and financial apps, as well as improving Linux RAID software performance.

SSE is used to speed up multimedia tasks such as editing an image or adjusting audio volume. Each new version contains new instructions and improvements.

4.bits executed at a time

Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 7 X)

Unknown. Help us by suggesting a value. (AMD Ryzen 9 )

NEON provides acceleration for media processing, such as listening to MP3s.

F16C is used to speed up tasks such as adjusting the contrast of an image or adjusting volume.

Multithreading technology (such as Intel's Hyperthreading or AMD's Simultaneous Multithreading) provides increased performance by splitting each of the processor's physical cores into virtual cores, also known as threads. This way, each core can run two instruction streams at once.

MMX is used to speed up tasks such as adjusting the contrast of an image or adjusting volume.

8.front-end width

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The CPU can decode more instructions per clock (IPC), meaning that the CPU performs better

A technology integrated into the processor to secure the device for use with features such as mobile payments and streaming video using digital rights management (DRM).

Benchmarks

This benchmark measures the performance of the CPU using multiple threads.

Cinebench R20 is a benchmark tool that measures a CPU's multi-core performance by rendering a 3D scene.

Geekbench 5 is a cross-platform benchmark that measures a processor's multi-core performance. (Source: Primate Labs, )

Cinebench R20 is a benchmark tool that measures a CPU's single-core performance by rendering a 3D scene.

Geekbench 5 is a cross-platform benchmark that measures a processor's single-core performance. (Source: Primate Labs, )

The Blender (bmw27) benchmark measures the performance of a processor by rendering a 3D scene. More powerful processors can render the scene in less time.

The Blender (classroom) benchmark measures the performance of a processor by rendering a 3D scene. More powerful processors can render the scene in less time.

Which are the best CPUs?

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AMD Ryzen 9 vs AMD Ryzen 9 X vs AMD Ryzen 7 X

AMD Ryzen 9

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The Ryzen 9 is a fast desktop CPU with 12 cores and 24 threads based on the Matisse series. It is the fastest 65 Watt CPU at launch in late and clocks the cores between (base) to (boost) clock (including Precision Boost). It uses 4 CCX-clusters where 3 of the 4 cores are activated. The CPU is manufactured in the modern 7nm process at TSMC. The I/O die on the package is separate and manufactured in 12 nm at Globalfoundries.

Due to the reduced Turbo speed, the Ryzen 9 is aimed at content creators and other professionals that can make use of the 12 cores. For games, a fast 8-core CPU with higher boost clocks is the better choice.

AMD Ryzen 9 X

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Der AMD Ryzen 9 X ist ein Desktop-Prozessor der Matisse Serie mit Kernen und Hyperthreading (SMT), weshalb dieser 24 Threads gleichzeitig verarbeiten kann. Mit dem Launch am ist der Ryzen 9 X der schnellste Ryzen 9 Prozessor und mit Watt TDP spezifiziert. Bis zur endg√ľltigen Verf√ľgbarkeit des Ryzen 9 X bleibt der Ryzen 9 X allerdings das Topmodell, denn der Ryzen 9 X soll erst im September folgen und insgesamt 16 Kerne bieten. 

Der Ryzen 9 X taktet mit 3,8 GHz Basistakt und kann per Turbo auf bis zu 4,6 GHz takten. Bei Last aller 12 Kerne erreicht der Ryzen 9 X maximal 4,3 GHz. Dank des Precision Boost 2 kann der Takt auf einem h√∂heren Level gehalten werden, wie wir es schon von Zen+ her kennen.

Die Leistung des AMD Ryzen 9 X ist durchweg bei allen Anwendungen hervorragend. Vor allem bei Multi-Thread-Anwendungen kann hier der native Kerner seine Stärken ausspielen und kann es sogar mit einem AMD Threadripper X aufnehmen.

Die vier CCX-Cluster bestehend aus jeweils 4 CPU-Kernen, von denen jeweils drei aktiv sind befinden sich in zwei CCD-Packages (je 3 Kerne mit eigenem 16 MByte L3 Cache). Ein CCD-Package ist genau 74 mm¬≤ gro√ü und wird im neuen 7 nm Verfahren bei TSMC gefertigt. Bei den beiden RyzenProzessoren befinden sich zwei dieser CCD-Einheiten unter dem Heatspreader. Der I/O-Die ist separiert und kommt im mit der √§lteren 12 nm Strukturbreite daher, welcher weiterhin von Gobalfoundries gefertigt. 

Bei Spielen kann der AMD Ryzen 9 X dank der verbesserten IPC √ľberzeugen. Schlussendlich kommt es jedoch immer auf die Unterst√ľtzung der Spiele an. Wer nur Spielen m√∂chte, ist gut beraten sich den AMD Ryzen 7 X genauer anzuschauen. Wer jedoch gleichzeitig Streamen oder Videos bearbeiten m√∂chte, f√ľr diejenigen ist der Ryzen 9 X die bessere Wahl. 

AMD Ryzen 7 X

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Der AMD Ryzen 7 X ist ein Desktop-Prozessor mit 8-Kernen und Hyperthreading (SMT), weshalb dieser 16 Threads gleichzeitig verarbeiten kann. Mit dem Launch am ist er nach dem Ryzen 7 X der zweitschnellste Ryzen 7 Prozessor und mit 65 Watt TDP deutlich sparsamer als das schnellste Ryzen 7 Modell.

Der Ryzen 7 X taktet mit 3,6 GHz Basistakt und kann per Turbo auf bis zu 4,4 GHz takten. Bei Last aller 8 Kerne erreicht der Ryzen 7 X maximal 4,1 GHz. Dank des Precision Boost 2 kann der Takt auf einem h√∂heren Level gehalten werden, wie wir es schon von Zen+ her kennen.

Die Leistung des AMD Ryzen 7 X ist durchweg bei allen Anwendungen hervorragend. Vor allem bei Multi-Thread-Anwendungen kann hier der native 8-Kerner seine St√§rken ausspielen und trotz der geringen TDP ist der Intel Core iK in Reichweite. Die beiden CCX-Cluster bestehend aus jeweils 4 CPU-Kernen befinden sich in einem CCD (je 4 Kerne mit eigenem 16 MByte L3 Cache). Dieser ist genau 74 mm¬≤ gro√ü und wird im neuen 7 nm Verfahren bei TSMC gefertigt. Der I/O-Die ist separiert und kommt im mit der √§lteren 12 nm Strukturbreite daher, welcher weiterhin von Gobalfoundries gefertigt. 

Bei Spielen kann der AMD Ryzen 7 X dank der verbesserten IPC √ľberzeugen. In Spielen erreicht der Ryzen 7 X etwa die Leistung eines Intel Core iK. Geschlagen geben muss sich der Ryzen momentan allerdings trotzdem, denn in den meisten Spielen bietet der Coffee-Lake-Prozessor etwas mehr Leistung. Zuk√ľnftige Unterst√ľtzung von mehr Kernen k√∂nnen das Blatt schnell wenden. 

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6 MB6 MB4 MB
64 MB64 MB32 MB
12 / 2412 / 248 / 16
65 65
7 7 7
AM4 ()AM4 ()AM4 ()
MMX(+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE, SSE, SSE4A, x, AMD-V, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, SHA, Precision Boost 2MMX(+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE, SSE, SSE4A, x, AMD-V, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, SHA, Precision Boost 2MMX(+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE, SSE, SSE4A, x, AMD-V, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, SHA, Precision Boost 2
Architecturex86x86x86
$ U.S.$ U.S.

Benchmarks

Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X + Blender + 3DM11 CPU - R9

pt (68%)

AMD Ryzen 7 H -4%

Intel Core iK -3%

Intel Core iH -3%

Intel Core iH -2%

Intel Core iKS -2%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS -1%

Intel Core iHK -1%

Intel Core i -1%

Intel Core iK 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 XT 0%

Intel Core iH 0%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS 0%

AMD Ryzen 9 HX 1%

Intel Core iH 3%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 6%

AMD Ryzen 5 X 6%

Intel Core iK 7%

Intel Core iK 7%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 46%

Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X + Blender + 3DM11 CPU - R9 X

pt (72%)

Intel Core iHK -7%

Intel Core i -6%

Intel Core iK -6%

AMD Ryzen 9 -6%

Intel Core iH -5%

AMD Ryzen 7 XT -5%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS -5%

AMD Ryzen 9 HX -5%

Intel Core iH -3%

AMD Ryzen 5 X 0%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Core iXE 4%

Intel Core iK 5%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 6%

Intel Core iXE 7%

AMD Ryzen 7 X 12%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 15%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 38%

Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X + Blender + 3DM11 CPU - R7 X

pt (66%)

Intel Core iH -9%

Intel Core iH -8%

AMD Ryzen 7 U -8%

Intel Core iH -8%

Intel Core iF -6%

AMD Ryzen 5 H -6%

Intel Core iHK -6%

Intel Xeon WM -4%

Intel Core iK -1%

AMD Ryzen 7 H 0%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Core iH 1%

Intel Core iH 2%

Intel Core iKS 2%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS 3%

Intel Core iHK 3%

Intel Core i 3%

Intel Core iK 4%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 52%

Points (76%)

min:      avg:      median: (79%)     max: Points

Points (78%)

Points (27%)

min:      avg:      median: (29%)     max: Points

Points (20%)

Points (29%)

min:      avg:      median: (31%)     max: Points

Points (22%)

Points (72%)

min:      avg:      median: (76%)     max: Points

Points (75%)

31 Points (57%)

min:      avg:      median: (62%)     max: Points

Points (43%)

Cinebench R - Cinebench R CPU Single 64 Bit

Points (71%)

min:      avg:      median: (75%)     max: Points

Points (73%)

(51%)

min:      avg:      median: (54%)     max:

(52%)

(71%)

min:      avg:      median: (73%)     max:

(65%)

min:      avg:      median: (73%)     max: Points

Points (64%)

min:      avg:      median: (74%)     max: Points

Points (72%)

min:      avg:      median: (1%)     max: s

s (1%)

min:      avg:      median: (1%)     max: s

s (1%)

(46%)

min:      avg:      median: (48%)     max:

(48%)

MIPS (54%)

min:      avg:      median: (58%)     max: MIPS

MIPS (41%)

MIPS (74%)

min:      avg:      median: (76%)     max: MIPS

MIPS (76%)

fps (60%)

fps (67%)

fps (52%)

fps (76%)

fps (79%)

fps (80%)

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I had given up on AMD… until today - Ryzen 9 3900X \u0026 Ryzen 7 3700X Review

AMD Ryzen 9

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The Ryzen 9 is a fast desktop CPU with 12 cores and 24 threads based on the Matisse series. It is the fastest 65 Watt CPU at launch in late and clocks the cores between (base) to (boost) clock (including Precision Boost). It uses 4 CCX-clusters where 3 of the 4 cores are activated. The CPU is manufactured in the modern 7nm process at TSMC. The I/O die on the package is separate and manufactured in 12 nm at Globalfoundries.

Due to the reduced Turbo speed, the Ryzen 9 is aimed at content creators and other professionals that can make use of the 12 cores. For games, a fast 8-core CPU with higher boost clocks is the better choice.

SeriesAMD Matisse (Ryzen Desktop)
CodenameMatisse (Zen 2)
Series: Matisse (Ryzen Desktop) Matisse (Zen 2)
Clock Rate - MHz
Level 1 Cache KB
Level 2 Cache6 MB
Level 3 Cache64 MB
Number of Cores / Threads12 / 24
Power Consumption (TDP = Thermal Design Power)65 Watt
Manufacturing Technology7 nm
SocketAM4 ()
FeaturesMMX(+), SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3, SSE, SSE, SSE4A, x, AMD-V, AES, AVX, AVX2, FMA3, SHA, Precision Boost 2
64 Bit64 Bit support
Architecturex86
Announcement Date10/09/

Benchmarks

Performance Rating - CB R15 + R20 + 7-Zip + X + Blender + 3DM11 CPU

pt (68%)

AMD Ryzen 7 H -4%

Intel Core iH -3%

Intel Core iK -3%

Intel Core iH -2%

Intel Core iKS -2%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS -1%

Intel Core iHK -1%

Intel Core i -1%

Intel Core iK 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 XT 0%

Intel Core iH 0%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS 0%

AMD Ryzen 9 HX 1%

Intel Core iH 3%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 6%

AMD Ryzen 5 X 6%

Intel Core iK 7%

Intel Core iK 7%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 46%

Cinebench R20 - Cinebench R20 CPU (Single Core)

Points (76%)

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AMD Ryzen 9 H -2%

AMD Ryzen 7 H -2%

AMD Ryzen 7 HS -2%

Intel Xeon EM -1%

Intel Core iH -1%

Intel Core iH -1%

Intel Core iHK 0%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 U 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 U 0%

Intel Core iG7 0%

Intel Core iH 1%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS 1%

Intel Xeon WM 1%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Core iK 1%

AMD Ryzen 3 X 2%

Intel Core i 2%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 30%

Cinebench R20 - Cinebench R20 CPU (Multi Core)

Points (27%)

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AMD Ryzen 7 XT %

Intel Core i %

Intel Core iX %

Intel Core iK %

Intel Core iK %

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X -7%

Intel Core iK -6%

AMD Ryzen 7 X -4%

Intel Core iK -3%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X 6%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X 10%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 10%

Intel Core iXE 35%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 37%

Intel Core iXE 40%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 44%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper WX 58%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 59%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX %

Cinebench R15 - Cinebench R15 CPU Multi 64 Bit

Points (29%)

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Intel Core iX %

AMD Ryzen 7 XT %

Intel Core iK %

Intel Core i %

Intel Core iK %

Intel Core iK %

Intel Core iK -9%

AMD Ryzen 7 X -7%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X -6%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X 7%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 9%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X 11%

Intel Core iXE 32%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 33%

Intel Core iXE 33%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 43%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 54%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper WX 56%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX %

Cinebench R15 - Cinebench R15 CPU Single 64 Bit

Points (72%)

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Intel Core iH -2%

AMD Ryzen 3 X -1%

Intel Core iG7 -1%

Intel Core iG4 -1%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX -1%

Intel Xeon EM -1%

Intel Core iHK -1%

Intel Core iX -1%

Intel Core i -1%

Intel Core iXE 1%

Intel Core i 1%

Intel Core iHK 1%

Intel Xeon EG 2%

Intel Core iH 2%

Intel Core iH 3%

Intel Core iH 4%

AMD Ryzen 7 X 4%

Intel Core iK 4%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 38%

Cinebench R - Cinebench R CPU Multi 64 Bit

31 Points (57%)

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AMD Ryzen 7 XT %

AMD Ryzen 9 HX %

AMD Ryzen 9 HS %

Intel Core i %

Intel Core iK %

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X %

Intel Core iK -9%

Intel Core iK -6%

AMD Ryzen 7 X -5%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 9%

Intel Core iXE 24%

Intel Core iXE 25%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 35%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 41%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 54%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 75%

Cinebench R - Cinebench R CPU Single 64 Bit

Points (71%)

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AMD Ryzen 7 H -2%

Intel Core iK -1%

AMD Ryzen 7 HS -1%

Intel Core iK -1%

Intel Core iK -1%

Intel Xeon EG -1%

Intel Core iX -1%

Intel Core iH -1%

Intel Core iX 0%

Intel Core iXE 0%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS 0%

Intel Core iF 0%

Intel Core iHK 0%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Core i 1%

Intel Core iH 1%

Intel Core i 2%

Intel Core iK 3%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 41%

Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Single (32bit)

points (51%)

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AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX -2%

Intel Core iT -2%

Intel Core iU -2%

Intel Core iU -1%

Intel Core iMX -1%

Intel Xeon E v3 -1%

AMD Ryzen 7 H 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 U 0%

Intel Core iT 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 HS 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 U 0%

Intel Core iH 0%

Intel Core i 1%

Intel Core iHQ 1%

Intel Core iNG4 1%

Intel Xeon EM v5 1%

Intel Core iHK 1%

AMD Ryzen 7 U 1%

Intel Core iK 85%

Cinebench R10 - Cinebench R10 Rend. Multi (32bit)

points (71%)

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Intel Core iX -9%

AMD Ryzen 7 X -8%

AMD Ryzen 7 XT -8%

Intel Core i -8%

Intel Core i -7%

AMD Ryzen 9 HS -7%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X -5%

Intel Core iH -4%

Intel Core iK -3%

Intel Core iF 0%

Intel Xeon WM 1%

Intel Core iHK 1%

Intel Core iH 1%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 3%

AMD Ryzen 7 X 3%

Intel Core iK 4%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper X 4%

Intel Core iK 12%

Intel Core iK 40%

points (46%)

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AMD Ryzen 7 H -7%

Intel Core iH -6%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX -6%

Intel Core iK -6%

Intel Core iHK -4%

Intel Core iXE -4%

Intel Core i -3%

Intel Core iHQ -2%

Intel Core iX -1%

Intel Core iF 0%

Intel Core iXE 0%

AMD Ryzen 3 X 0%

Intel Xeon WM 0%

Intel Core iK 1%

Intel Xeon E v2 2%

Intel Core iG7 3%

Intel Core iHK 3%

Intel Core iK 4%

AMD Ryzen 7 X %

7-Zip - 7-Zip Multli Thread 4 runs

MIPS (54%)

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AMD Ryzen 7 X %

AMD Ryzen 9 HS %

AMD Ryzen 9 HS %

AMD Ryzen 7 XT %

Intel Core iK %

Intel Core i %

Intel Core iK -8%

Intel Core iK -6%

AMD Ryzen 7 X -2%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 6%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 14%

Intel Core iXE 23%

Intel Core iXE 23%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 32%

AMD Ryzen 9 X 63%

AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX 85%

7-Zip - 7-Zip Single Thread 4 runs

MIPS (74%)

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AMD Ryzen Threadripper PRO WX -2%

Intel Core iF -1%

Intel Core iH -1%

Intel Core iHK -1%

Intel Core iG7 -1%

Intel Core iXE 0%

Intel Core iG7 0%

Intel Core iHQ 0%

Intel Core iH 0%

Intel Xeon EG 0%

AMD Ryzen 7 PRO U 1%

Intel Core i 1%

Intel Core iG7 2%

Intel Xeon EM 2%

Intel Core iH 2%

AMD Ryzen 5 U 2%

Intel Core iK 3%

Intel Core i 3%

AMD Ryzen 7 X 36%

X HD Benchmark - x Pass 2

fps (60%)

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Intel Pentium 4 GHz %

Intel Core iK %

AMD Ryzen 7 X %

AMD Ryzen 5 X %

AMD Ryzen Threadripper WX %

AMD Ryzen 7 XT %

Intel Core iK -8%

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