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first face to face on video, and promised

Many tests opposing processors AMD Ryzen facing the models Intel Kaby Lake land on the web.

We notably spotted one where the performance of the R7 1700X are compared to those of Core i7-7700K, in video games GTA V with Full HD definition and full graphic detail. Note also that it is an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB graphics card (not the light version, therefore) that is in place. In the video, which lasts a little more than three minutes, we discover a Core i7-7700K configuration with a cadence oscillating most of the time between 80 and 95 images per second, while an R7 1700X configuration quietly exceeds 100 images per second, even going up to 110 frames per second (82 fps for Kaby Lake and 111 fps for Ryzen at 2:58 s, for example). Such fluidity is welcome, in an action title like GTA 5.

We also saw a video where a processor R7 1700 face a Core i7-7700K, in GTA5 and Cinebench. We see that he is doing well pretty good against its competitor (graphics visible from 4 min 49 seconds), even when the latter is overclocked to 5.0 GHz instead of 4.2-4.5 GHz. Knowing that the real competitor is the R7 1700X and the AMD processor is not not even overclocked, that says a lot about the threat hanging over Intel and which undoubtedly explains the price reductions and the planned refresh, but also certain practices mentioned a short while ago in our columns…