Tuesday, April 12th 2022

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Gets Full Set of Gaming Benchmarks Ahead of Launch

XanxoGaming has finally released its complete set of benchmarks for the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D and it's been tested against an Intel Core i9-12900KF. This time both platforms are tested using an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti and four times 8 GB of 3200 MHz CL14 DDR4 memory. The only difference appears to be the OS drive, motherboard and cooling, although both systems rely on a 360 mm AIO cooler. Both systems were running Windows 10 21H2. The site has a full breakdown of the components used for those interested in the exact details.

The two platforms were tested in 11 different games at 720p and 1080p. To spoil the excitement, it's a dead race between the two CPUs in most games at 1080p, with Intel being ahead by about 1-3 FPS in the games where AMD loses out. However, in the games AMD takes the lead, it's by a good 10 FPS or more, with games like the Witcher 3 and Final Fantasy XV seeing an advantage of 40-50 FPS. AMD often has an advantage when it comes to the one percent low numbers, even when Intel is ahead when it comes to the average FPS, but this doesn't apply to all of the games. It's worth keeping in mind that the Intel CPU should gain extra performance when paired with DDR5 memory in some of these games, but we'll have to wait for more reviews to see by how much. The benchmarks displayed are mostly the games TPU normally tests with, but aren't the entirety of games tested by XanxoGaming.
As for the 720p tests, AMD only loses out in Strange Brigade, even though it's a loss of over 20 FPS on average FPS and by over 10 FPS when it comes to the one percent low frames. As for the other games, it's mostly a dead race here too, but with an advantage to AMD instead of Intel by 1-3 FPS. However, the 3D V-Cache seems to kick in here when it comes to the one percent low frames, as AMD edges out Intel by a large margin in more games here by at least 10 FPS, often by around 30 FPS or more. Take these benchmarks for what they are, an early, unconfirmed test of the Ryzen 7 5800X3D. We're just over a week away from the launch and we should be seeing a lot more benchmarks by then. Head over to XanxoGaming for the full set of tests and their conclusion, especially as they made an effort to write the test in English this time around.
Source: XanxoGaming
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139 Comments on AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D Gets Full Set of Gaming Benchmarks Ahead of Launch

#1
Crackong
Wait for more reviews from trusted sites.
Just a few days more and we will see.
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#2
Rares
5800X3D really rocks ! Good move AMD !
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#3
Taraquin
Waiting for TPU review, but this looks promising!
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#4
aQi
This was what i was talking about. Claim vs claim with ddr4.
12900KS was not tested with ful potential here. Lets see more of this now, where this can lead us conclude.
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#5
Xex360
Interesting to see how they'd use this technology in the future, maybe they could offer special gaming CPUs, with the efficient cores (similar to the 5950x cores) pushed hard but fewer in number with 3d cache.
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#6
Guwapo77
I can't wait to compare these slide against TPU and Hardware Unboxed. And like TLS said, I also need to see how it stacks against a non-gimped Intel cpu using DDR-5.
Xex360Interesting to see how they'd use this technology in the future, maybe they could offer special gaming CPUs, with the efficient cores (similar to the 5950x cores) pushed hard but fewer in number with 3d cache.
That is exactly what I had hoped for originally, we'll see what happens in the future.
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#7
Leshy
i dont get it .. whats the point of this gaming benchmarks? :D whos gonna game with 3080ti with ultra low 720p? :D show some real benchamarks
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#8
Garrus
aQiThis was what i was talking about. Claim vs claim with ddr4.
12900KS was not tested with ful potential here. Lets see more of this now, where this can lead us conclude.
Totally irrelevant. The 12900k is already much more expensive, and DDR5 is $400 at minimum for decent stuff. Now you're $400+ more expensive. If you're building a gaming machine you have a huge price gap to get to that DDR5 12900k result.
Leshyi dont get it .. whats the point of this gaming benchmarks? :D whos gonna game with 3080ti with ultra low 720p? :D show some real benchamarks
The 1080p results are right there. And you can go to the source for higher resolutions.
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#9
Chomiq
Leshyi dont get it .. whats the point of this gaming benchmarks? :D whos gonna game with 3080ti with ultra low 720p? :D show some real benchamarks
Hint:
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#10
Richards
It gets beaten by the 12900k at 1080p... plus the 12900k was running ddr4 not high speed ddr5 where the performance will increase
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#11
beedoo
ChomiqHint:
Clearly the AMD 3900 CPU is utter garbage for gaming. Why would anyone buy these CPU's.
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#12
kane nas
aQiThis was what i was talking about. Claim vs claim with ddr4.
12900KS was not tested with ful potential here. Lets see more of this now, where this can lead us conclude.
5800x 3d full potential 3733-3800
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#13
Camm
I have a little HTPC build with a 5800X in it atm, I'm looking forward to putting in one of these as the last upgrade for that platform for the next year or two outside maybe a GPU.

My main rig I'll still update from a 5950X I think with AMD/Intel's next parts if they are any g ood.
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#14
Leshy
ChomiqHint:
lol .. point was, that if u use reasonable visual settings there ll be no difference :) maybe even 12400f ll have same fps as an 12900ks :) gaming is a buzz word
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#15
usul1978
kane nas5800x 3d full potential 3733-3800
That's what I'm wondering...Will the 5800x3d accept 3800 with a 1:1 fabric clock ? Or will it be a bit unstable on that matter... That would be a deal breaker for me to have to set my DR cl14 3800 DDR4 down !
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#16
xorbe
Pentium Pro reborn
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#17
ARF
Leshyi dont get it .. whats the point of this gaming benchmarks? :D whos gonna game with 3080ti with ultra low 720p? :D show some real benchamarks
No one will do it but as the graphics cards performance increases, this CPU will bottleneck the graphics card less.
For example, you will have higher 2160p performance if you couple the Ryzen 7 5800X3D with Radeon RX 7900 XT than if you have Core i9-12900K with Radeon RX 7900 XT..
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#18
fevgatos
GarrusTotally irrelevant. The 12900k is already much more expensive, and DDR5 is $400 at minimum for decent stuff. Now you're $400+ more expensive. If you're building a gaming machine you have a huge price gap to get to that DDR5 12900k result.


The 1080p results are right there. And you can go to the source for higher resolutions.
Well in the same spirit, the 5800x3d is way more expensive (50% more actually) compared to the 12700f. It also loses in single threaded and multithreaded performance, has no upgradability (the z690 does) and only wins in 240p gaming. If you are building a gaming machine you have a huge price gap to get to that 5800x 3d result
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#19
ARF
fevgatosWell in the same spirit, the 5800x3d is way more expensive (50% more actually) compared to the 12700f. It also loses in single threaded and multithreaded performance, has no upgradability (the z690 does) and only wins in 240p gaming. If you are building a gaming machine you have a huge price gap to get to that 5800x 3d result
No, you can buy the Ryzen 9 5900X or Ryzen 9 5950X. Wait several months for the new generation graphics cards which are expected to deliver double the performance of the current already old generation which was released 18 months ago. And do it at 3840x2160.
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#20
AnarchoPrimitiv
AMD did this with a budget a fraction of intel's with a multi-year old architecture, say what you want, but they just managed to basically neutralize a much, much, much larger company's best effort....if AMD had intel's money, it wouldn't even be a contest
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#21
btk2k2
fevgatosWell in the same spirit, the 5800x3d is way more expensive (50% more actually) compared to the 12700f. It also loses in single threaded and multithreaded performance, has no upgradability (the z690 does) and only wins in 240p gaming. If you are building a gaming machine you have a huge price gap to get to that 5800x 3d result
12700F + DDR4 + B660 motherboard won't be that much cheaper than the 5800X3D + DDR4 + B550 motherboard. In the UK the Intel CPU is about £100 less but the motherboard is around £50 more so you are looking at £50 more for the X3D system but it will be faster in games (sometimes by a lot) at the cost of productivity performance.

Also did you look at the lows? The 5800X3D even when tied @ 1080p often had better lows by 10% or more.
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#22
Why_Me
GarrusTotally irrelevant. The 12900k is already much more expensive, and DDR5 is $400 at minimum for decent stuff. Now you're $400+ more expensive. If you're building a gaming machine you have a huge price gap to get to that DDR5 12900k result.


The 1080p results are right there. And you can go to the source for higher resolutions.
What does DDR5 have to do with anything posted on here?
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#23
GeorgeJr
fevgatosWell in the same spirit, the 5800x3d is way more expensive (50% more actually) compared to the 12700f. It also loses in single threaded and multithreaded performance, has no upgradability (the z690 does) and only wins in 240p gaming. If you are building a gaming machine you have a huge price gap to get to that 5800x 3d result
That's why this isn't a CPU for someone building a new PC now. It's for AM4 users who want to upgrade. You can't beat the price of just the 5800X3D compared to a CPU, mobo and RAM.
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#24
btk2k2
GeorgeJrThat's why this isn't a CPU for someone building a new PC now. It's for AM4 users who want to upgrade. You can't beat the price of just the 5800X3D compared to a CPU, mobo and RAM.
I can see a case for the 5800X3D even for a new build assuming the top priority is gaming performance.

The X3D is more then the 12700F but B550 is less than B660 for a good board and if you go DDR4 for both the ram is the same. Overall cost difference is maybe 15% more for the X3D build and in some games it will win by more than that so if the buyer plays those games it could be worth while. More of a tossup though than the existing AM4 owner, especially an AM4 owner who is on a 1xxxx/2xxx series part.
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#25
ARF
I think this CPU is not even targeted for complete upgrade. You won't be upgrading from Ryzen 3 1300 to this...
This is more like a beta-test or showcase of a future technology which may or may not be implemented in any future products.

I think this kind of cache capacity upgrade needs at least the new N3 TSMC process node, so it will take smaller part of the die availability.
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