AMD is a computer hardware developer that seeks to serve the gamer audience in a series of components. We particularly highlight performance in processors and graphics cards.
To learn more about how these gaming chips perform in practice, TudoCelular has been testing a PC player with a Ryzen 5000 CPU and a Radeon RX 6000 GPU on advanced models in recent weeks. We tell you a little about it in this video.
The main highlight of this computer is presence From the Ryzen 7 5800X3D processor And the of a Gigabyte Radeon RX 6800 graphics card🇧🇷 In addition to the Zen 3 architecture, the CPU features 3D V-cache technology to increase the third level cache and achieve superior performance. In practice, the processor stacks the 3D cache to increase performance without increasing the TDP.
On the other hand, the GPU is focused on gamers who want to enjoy games in high definition and comes with a total of 16GB of GDDR6 VRAM. Here we still have the Infinity Cache technology and the RDNA2 architecture, which is the same as on the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X consoles.
Both components are produced in TSMC’s 7nm lithography, ensuring an emphasis on high performance and energy efficiency.
This machine has a Cooler Master H500P case, which allows for two 200mm fans each in the front, as well as a 140mm fan in the back, as well as slots on top. The top panel contains ports for one USB 3.2 port and two USB 2.0 ports, as well as audio and microphone jacks.
Inside, we find the ASUS ROG Strix motherboard, as well as 64GB of Corsair Dominator RAM, divided into four sticks. All properly lit by RGB LEDs.
We tested it on the Samsung Odyssey G32 monitor, to take advantage of the 165 Hz refresh rate on it, at maximum Full HD resolution, it is more recommended to make full use of the cache increase.
Before talking specifically about gaming, let’s go over the benchmarks, to find out the strengths of a machine of this size. First in 3DMark we could see a result that was over 14,500 points and was near the top of the benchmark.
It’s clear how the RX 6800 GPU boosts this score and delivers enough performance for high-end games, even if you’re using a Quad HD or even 4K monitor. But remember what we said earlier about the ideal being Full HD, given the characteristics of the processor.
Moving on to PCMark 10, we see how the combination of GPU and CPU is a booster for those looking to use it for content creation as well. The editing part in general allowed a high score that practically reached the top of the ranking, with a total score of more than 7100 points.
On the other hand, having a 3D V-shaped cache has performance implications in CPU-bound applications. So much so that their performance here ended up being the worst class in the benchmark.
Now, let’s talk about what matters most: hands-on gaming performance. We tested it on a number of options of different types to understand how this machine performs in the titles.
Starting with God of War, we highlight here the graphical power of utilizing resources such as Ray Tracing in the game, which greatly improves game scenarios, especially in areas where we can notice the contrast between light and shadow. Kratos and Atreus’ adventure can be played at an average of 140 frames per second on this set in Full HD.
But the technology that gives greater realism could be harnessed more beautifully in Marvel’s Spider-Man: Remastered and Miles Morales. In two versions of the titles that originated from the PlayStation for PC, Ray Tracing is fully used in the most appropriate scenarios to notice the graphical improvements.
We have the advantage applied to both shadows and reflections here, without affecting fps, which can hit the supported maximum of 165fps without major issues.
Moving on to DOOM Eternal, what impresses here is the quality in the contrast of light and shadow and also the high fluidity, which allows you to move freely in the frantic pace offered by the game.
We continue the first-person shooter style, now in the most competitive scenario in CS: GO. This is a game that does not require a lot of hardware to run, but it does require a good collection to deliver the necessary amount of frames per second for better performance.
And at this point, we had no issues here. It is possible to reach very high frames per second and have a very smooth experience, so that you will not have any problems while playing.
Even in less complex titles, such as Sackboy: Uma Grande Aventura, this hardware provides improved textures to make the game more beautiful, despite the simplicity of the movements and limited FPS.
On the other hand, we have tested NBA 2K21 with a history of problems running on other devices with high-end hardware. But here we have no difficulty. The game ran very smoothly, high-quality graphics, and active add-ons.
We also need to highlight the proper functioning of the coolers to keep these components cool. Even after dialing well, the processor was just over 40 degrees, while the GPU stayed at around 60 degrees.
Behind the powerful hardware, it is also important to have a complete component management software. And here nothing works differently. We are talking about AMD Radeon Adrenaline.
With the software, you are not limited to just checking for any available updates. It goes further and displays various details about processor and video card performance.
It’s possible to check the temperature and clock speed of the components, power consumption, and selected profiles, as well as control how you want the components to RGB LEDs. You can individually check the average GPU performance in each game, to understand how much graphical power a title needs.
Another possibility is the famous overclocking. You can increase the GPU clock frequency to further improve satisfactory results in games. But also be prepared to boost the fans, if you want to stem the extra heat from overclocking.
In this case, the CPU does not allow the clock to be boosted due to the cache properties. This is a way AMD has found to ensure that TDP does not exceed 105W. But this probably won’t affect your gameplay much.
Here we see a combination of processor and video card in the most advanced chip, in a device that leaves nothing to be desired in any part of its technical specifications.
We’ve found that the Ryzen 7 5800X3D performs well with the Radeon RX 6800. Having an AMD CPU and integrated GPU system supports performance and management together in the same software.
In games running in Full HD, we had no problem. All the titles ran with high fluidity and maximum graphics quality, without any kind of stuttering. We highlight the beauty in the graphics of titles like God of War and Marvel’s Spider-Man for PC, which have been able to take full advantage of Ray Tracing technology.
We also highlight the potential for high FPS in games that make a big difference, like CS:GO and DOOM Eternal. We’re also promoting the possibility to improve the experience in simpler games, like Sackboy, or even run some quite challenging and demanding issues, like in NBA 2K21.
To put together a computer with the same parts and case, we’d estimate something around R$12,000, mainly because of the price of the Corsair Dominator’s memory chips, CPU, and GPU. If you prefer to cut the amount of RAM in half, you can get close to R$10,000 the amount that will be spent.
We understand that this is a PC for gamers, who want high flexibility in any situation, support for new technologies, but don’t mind playing in 4K or demanding the same performance in demanding tasks outside of the gaming world.
If you want an NVIDIA GPU alternative without losing performance, the choice is the RTX 3090 Ti. You will have very high performance, but you will not have co-management ecosystem integration.
If you prefer an Intel processor instead, a similar model could be the Core i9-12900K. It will offer greater raw performance without the limitations of 3D buffering, with none of the gains that the feature provides in the gaming area.
What do you think of the performance of the Ryzen 7 5800X3D and Radeon RX 6800? Would you have a computer with these settings in your home? Feel free to talk to us in the space below.
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