PCMark 10 measures overall system performance for modern office work using tests based on real-world apps and activities. Applications include word processing, spreadsheets manipulation, video conference etc.
Below is the score of the different processors, running at defaults or overclocked.
As we can see, based on the score, the AMD Ryzen 7 2700X beats the Intel Core i7-8770K both running at defaults. Something interesting we observe Is that the AMD Ryzen 5 2600X is now getting closer to the performance of the AMD Ryzen 1800X.
When overclock at 4.15 GHz, the AMD Ryzen 2600X gets closer to the Intel Core i7-8770K.
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X has a 1.9% lead against the Intel Core i7-8770K.
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Well that’s interesting.. I donno what I can really say about it though.
I didn’t realize I wasn’t the only one interested in this. IM NOT ALONE!
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