2 Replies Latest reply on Mar 2, 2017 3:49 PM by black_zion

    AMD Ryzen reviews are hitting the web...and crashing it.

    black_zion

      OverclockersClub is the first one up, and apparently so many people are hitting it it's causing the site to crash.

       

      http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/amd_ryzen_7_1800x_1700x_1700/

       

        • Re: AMD Ryzen reviews are hitting the web...and crashing it.
          goodplay

          This might come in handy for any future complaints re performance,

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          legitreviews.com/amd-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-and-1700-processor-review_191753/15

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            • Re: AMD Ryzen reviews are hitting the web...and crashing it.
              black_zion

              As well as the load of cow chips from John Taylor: AMD responds to 1080p gaming tests on Ryzen | PC Perspective

               

              “As we presented at Ryzen Tech Day, we are supporting 300+ developer kits with game development studios to optimize current and future game releases for the all-new Ryzen CPU. We are on track for 1000+ developer systems in 2017. For example, Bethesda at GDC yesterday announced its strategic relationship with AMD to optimize for Ryzen CPUs, primarily through Vulkan low-level API optimizations, for a new generation of games, DLC and VR experiences.

              Oxide Games also provided a public statement today on the significant performance uplift observed when optimizing for the 8-core, 16-thread Ryzen 7 CPU design – optimizations not yet reflected in Ashes of the Singularity benchmarking. Creative Assembly, developers of the Total War series, made a similar statement today related to upcoming Ryzen optimizations.

               

              CPU benchmarking deficits to the competition in certain games at 1080p resolution can be attributed to the development and optimization of the game uniquely to Intel platforms – until now. Even without optimizations in place, Ryzen delivers high, smooth frame rates on all “CPU-bound” games, as well as overall smooth frame rates and great experiences in GPU-bound gaming and VR. With developers taking advantage of Ryzen architecture and the extra cores and threads, we expect benchmarks to only get better, and enable Ryzen excel at next generation gaming experiences as well.

               

              Game performance will be optimized for Ryzen and continue to improve from at-launch frame rate scores.” John Taylor, AMD