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black_zion
Esteemed Contributor III

UserBenchmark adjusts CPU score weights to eliminate performance of "multicore" (5 or more cores) due to Ryzen 3000 performance

Think TomsHardware's proof (below) and their official reason for this (bottom) is enough reason to no longer trust that site, which is a shame because it really did used to be a nice at-a-glance comparison with good ballpark figures.

https://www.userbenchmark.com/Faq/What-is-the-effective-CPU-speed-index/55

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black_zion
Esteemed Contributor III

Re: UserBenchmark adjusts CPU score weights to eliminate performance of "multicore" (5 or more cores) due to Ryzen 3000 performance

Userbenchmark changed that article to read the following today, removing all mention of "hiding viruses" and garbage.

So their entire intention was to put Intel at the top, as if it weren't already apparent. Yet another great reason to not trust them anymore.

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