AMD Ryzen 5 1600X & 1500X Performance Review
Deus Ex – Mankind Divided
Deus Ex titles have historically combined excellent storytelling elements with action-forward gameplay and Mankind Divided is no difference. This run-through uses the streets and a few sewers of the main hub city Prague along with a short action sequence involving gunplay and grenades.
Not many people saw a new Doom as a possible Game of the Year contender but that’s exactly what it has become. Not only is it one of the most intense games currently around but it looks great and is highly optimized. In this run-through we use Mission 6: Into the Fire since it features relatively predictable enemy spawn points and a combination of open air and interior gameplay.
Deus Ex and Doom show very much the same results and Battlefield 1 and Call of Duty with one game showing extremely competitive results for Ryzen 5 while the other is bottlenecked by the game engine itself.
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- Test Setups & Methodology
- System Benchmarks: AIDA64
- System Benchmarks: Cinebench / PCMark 8 / WPrime
- Single Thread Performance / Memory Bandwidth
- Productivity Benchmarks: 7-Zip / Adobe Premier Pro
- Productivity Benchmarks: Blender / 3ds MAX Corona
- Productivity Benchmarks: GIMP / Handbrake
- Productivity Benchmarks: POV Ray / WinRAR
- Gaming Performance (Synthetic)
- Gaming Performance (Battlefield 1 / COD: IW)
- Gaming Performance (Deus Ex / DOOM)
- Gaming Performance (GTA V / Overwatch)
- Power Consumption
- Overclocking Results - Hitting A Wall...Again
- Conclusion; Ryzen 5 Shines