Intel i7 8700K CPU Benchmarks vs Ryzen 7 1800X | 1700X | 1700 | Ryzen 5 1600X | 1600 | 1500X | 1400

Scroll this



Intel i7 8700K CPU Benchmarks vs Ryzen 7 1800X | 1700X | 1700 | Ryzen 5 1600X | 1600 | 1500X | 1400

Intel i7 8700K purchase link: ▶
AMD RYZEN 7 1800X purchase link: ▶
AMD RYZEN 7 1700X purchase link: ▶
AMD RYZEN 7 1700 purchase link: ▶
AMD RYZEN 5 1600X purchase link: ▶
AMD RYZEN 5 1600 purchase link: ▶
AMD RYZEN 5 1500X purchase link: ▶
AMD RYZEN 5 1400 purchase link: ▶

CHANNEL MAIN TEST RIGs setup as following:
Intel i7-8700K Processor purchase link: ▶
ASUS ROG Maximus X Hero Z370 ATX Motherboard purchase link: ▶
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 3600MHz purchase link: ▶
Noctua NH-D15 CPU cooler – purchase link: ▶
Samsung 960 EVO SSD 500GB PCIe NVMe purchase link: ▶
ASUS GTX 1080 Ti STRIX OC purchase link: ▶
Seagate 2TB Barracuda Sata 6GB/s 128MB Cache purchase link: ▶
EVGA 700 B1, 80+ Bronze 700W Power Supply purchase link: ▶
NZXT Phantom 820 Ultra purchase link: ▶
Acer Predator XB271HU 27″ purchase link: ▶
Windows 10 Pro | USB Flash Drive purchase link: ▶

Intel Core i7-8700K, Q4’17, Lithography, 14 nm, Cores – 6, Threads – 12, Processor Base Frequency 3.70 GHz, Max Turbo Frequency 4.70 GHz, Cache 12 MB, Bus Speed 8 GT/s DMI3,. Memory Specifications, Max Memory Size (dependent on memory type), 64 GB, Memory Types, DDR4-2666, Max # of Memory Channels, 2, ECC Memory Supported ‡, No, Graphics Specifications, Processor Graphics ‡, Intel UHD Graphics 630, Graphics Base Frequency, 350 MHz, Graphics Max Dynamic Frequency, 1.20 GHz, TDP 95W.
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X – Specs: cores/threads 8/16, CPU clock rate – 3.6 Ghz/ turbo clock rate – 4.0 Ghz, L2 cache 4 MB, L3 cache 16 MB, TDP – 95 W.
Ryzen 7 1700X – Specs: cores/threads 8/16, CPU clock rate – 3.4 Ghz/ turbo clock rate – 3.8 Ghz, L2 cache 4 MB, L3 cache 16 MB, TDP – 95 W.
Ryzen 7 1700 – Specs: cores/threads 8/16, CPU clock rate – 3.0 Ghz/ turbo clock rate – 3.7 Ghz, L2 cache 4 MB, L3 cache 16 MB, TDP – 95 W.
AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Specifications # of CPU Cores, 6, # of Threads, 12, Base Clock Speed, 3.6GHz, Max Turbo Core Speed, 4GHz, Total L1 Cache, 576KB, Total L2 Cache, 3MB, Total L3 Cache, 16MB, Unlocked, Yes, CMOS, 14nm, Package, AM4, Thermal Solution, Not Included, Default TDP / TDP, 95W. The real question is does ryzen 5 need fast ram memory and is ryzen 5 good for gaming and yep faster DDR4 clocked at 3200Mhz, 3600Mhz or higher makes Ryzen 5 budget build right choice for you and gives you higher fps in games. Is ryzen 5 worth it – indeed. Ryzen 5 cpu is a great choice for editing pc build, adobe premiere for example. Ryzen 5 for streaming also is a great choice. Remember that Ryzen 5 gaming build is also a multitasking productivity rendering beast. Ryzen 5 tech gives you 4 core and 6 core cpu equipped with wraith cooler ready for your 4K gaming sessions. Which ryzen 5 cpu to buy depends on your budget, there is no bad choice. Will ryzen 5 beat i5 – just check our individual Ryzen 5 bench.
Supported Technologies, AMD Ryzen Master Utility, AMD SenseMI Technology, AES, AVX2, FMA3, AMD Virtualization, XFR (Extended Frequency Range), “Zen” Core Architecture.
AMD Ryzen 5 1500X Specifications # of CPU Cores, 4, # of Threads, 8, Base Clock Speed, 3.5GHz, Max Turbo Core Speed, 3.7GHz, Total L1 Cache, 384KB, Total L2 Cache, 2MB, Total L3 Cache, 16MB, Unlocked, Yes, CMOS, 14nm, Package, AM4, Thermal Solution, Wraith Spire, Default TDP / TDP, 65W. Supported Technologies, AMD Ryzen Master Utility, AMD SenseMI Technology, AES, AVX2, FMA3, AMD Virtualization, XFR (Extended Frequency Range), “Zen” Core Architecture.
AMD Ryzen 5 1400 Specifications # of CPU Cores, 4, # of Threads, 8, Base Clock Speed, 3.2GHz, Max Turbo Core Speed, 3.4GHz, Total L1 Cache, 384KB, Total L2 Cache, 2MB, Total L3 Cache, 8MB, Unlocked, Yes, CMOS, 14nm, Package, AM4, Thermal Solution, Wraith Stealth, Default TDP / TDP, 65W, Supported Technologies, AMD Ryzen Master Utility, AMD SenseMI Technology, AVX2, FMA3, AMD Virtualization, “Zen” Core Architecture.

#benchmark #cpu #pchardware #tech #pc #RYZEN #AMD #amd #pcgaming #coffeeLake

Shop on MultiTechnopark AMAZON Store –

▶▶▶ Get Bitcoins on NICEHASH – most advanced crypto currency cloud mining, hash rental service and multipool: ▶

Production Music courtesy of Epidemic Sound:

6 Comments

  1. Why is everyone using this "old" games for benchmarks?

  2. fine music of Intel victory over AMD again……………PHENOM now RYZEN>..so whats next for AMD ?? INTEL don't need AMD to make anything…INTEL going be competitive on themselves..just like NVIDIA…making new tech vs older many cores tech…cannon will be 4 cores faster than any 6 cores currently and shocking part…it will be par with ryzen 7 1700…a 4 core par a 8 cores….thats wicked…same clock speed as coffee-lake

  3. but is the minor performance increase worth the extra 100$ vs Ryzen 6 1600X?

  4. It's kinda common knowledge that 1080p isn't a favorite for Ryzen… Try benchmarking at 1440 or 2160 and see Ryzen catch up a bit.

Submit a comment