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AMD Ryzen 5 3600XT CPU Review

Compression & Rendering

Similar results yet again, with the new clock speeds giving AMD a more competitive run against Intel’s offerings. The strange one is the Unigine result, which actually went DOWN a lot. I suspect a drive issue on this one, very odd behaviour.

However, the CineBench scores are STAGGERING, just look at that single-core performance, scoring 213 single and 1678 multi-core. Only the 10900K has a higher single-core performance.

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