Intel has so far reigned in gaming performance with its 12th generation of processors, but AMD even before its new generation comes with a special version of the Ryzen 7 5800X, in which it brings extra performance. Specifically, it is a version with 3D cache technology – Ryzen 7 5800X3D.
The processor base remains the same as 5800X, but the difference is triple cache, namely 96MB. Plus it is slightly underclocked to 3.8 / 4.5GHz, instead of 3.5 / 4.7GHz. Clocking is prohibited there, even if users are already looking for ways to get around it.
Because the cache is primarily usable for things that happen again, performance or rendering performance is rather average:
Performance increases mainly during gaming, where less CPU-intensive games outperform i9 processors. More demanding, where it is already needed, the performance then goes lower, and the performance in games thus oscillates between i5 and i9. Here is a small sample of game benchmarks. You can find a complete test for example na techpowerup.
Source: Sector.sk by www.sector.sk.
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