AMD Ryzen 7000 core graphics game test

The overseas blogger TechEpiphany tested the core display performance of AMD's newly released R5 7600X. In "CS: GO" 1080p low quality, the core display of R5 7600X can reach a frame rate of 60-100fps, and the intense picture will drop below 60fps.

In the 1080p test in "GTA 5", the R5 7600X's core display can only achieve a frame rate of more than 20 fps. 

AMD has released four first-generation processors, R5 7600X to R9 7950X, all equipped with 2CU RDNA2 core graphics, with a frequency of up to 2.2GHz, providing 563GFLOPs of computing power. On Geekbench, the 2CU core display of the Ryzen 7000 can reach 7808 points, which is higher than the Vega6 core display performance of the old processor.

In addition, AMD said that the core display is relatively strong in video decoding and display output, supports H.264 and H.265 decoding and encoding, and also supports AV1 decoding. In addition, the display supports HDMI 2.1, DisplayPort 2.0, and Type-C DP display output.

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