AMD Ryzen 3 3200U vs Intel Core i5-8250U

 

 AMD Ryzen 3 3200U vs Intel Core i5-8250U


AMD Ryzen 3 3200U All Details

At a list price of just $129, the quad core, Ryzen 3 1300X is a great budget CPU. The Ryzen 3 series is based on AMD's powerful and energy efficient Zen core architecture as already featured in the mainstream Ryzen 5 series and performance Ryzen 7 series, both launched earlier this year. 
The 1300X is fully unlocked with a stock base clock speed of 3.5 GHz running up to 3.7 GHz for boost and has a TDP of 65W. The 1300X comes with AMD's Wraith Stealth cooler, but significantly, it is devoid of integrated graphics. Although this can be inexpensively rectified, it may be a stumbling block to those at the entry-level of the market. 
By comparison, Intel's dual core, four thread i3-7350K comes with 630 HD integrated graphics. In terms of effective speed, early benchmarks for the 1300X just pip the 7350K to the post but results in specific games will depend on the extent to which the game is able to use more than two processing cores simultaneously. The 1300X scores around 20% higher on quad-core tests whereas the 7350K scores 16% higher on single-core tests. 
The Ryzen 1300X has been released alongside the similar Ryzen 3 1200 which is also an unlocked quad-core with slightly lower base / boost clock speeds of 3.1 / 3.4 GHz and a slightly lower price of just $109.

CAN BUY THIS PRODUCT FROM HERE:-  AMD Ryzen3 3200U

900MHz faster GPU clock speed
1200MHzvs300MHz
1.66GB/s more memory bandwidth
35.76GB/svs34.1GB/s
32GB larger maximum memory size
64GBvs32GB
0.1GHz higher turbo clock speed
3.5GHzvs3.4GHz
0.2 newer version of OpenGL
4.6vs4.4
10 higher clock multiplier
26vs16
5°C higher maximum operating temperature
105°Cvs100°C
0.5MB/core more L3 cache per core
2MB/corevs1.5MB/core

GENERAL INFORMATION:-

  • Has integrated graphics
  • Supports 64-bit
  • Semiconductor size "14nm
  • GPU clock speed "1200 MHz"
  • Thermal Design Power (TDP) "15W"
  • OpenGL version "4.6"

Performance:-

  • CPU SPEED "2 x 2.6 GHz"
  • CPU THREADS "4"
  • TURBO CLOCK SPEED "3.5 GHz"
  • L2 CACHE "1MB"
  • CLOCK MULTIPLIER "26"
  • L1 CACHE "192 KB"

MEMORY:-

  • RAM SPEED "2400 MHz"
  • MAXIMUM MEMORY BANDWIDTH "35.76 GB/s"
  • MEMORY CHANNEL "2"
  • MAXIMUM MEMORY SIZE "64 GB"
  • DDR MEMORY VERSION "4"

FEATURES:-

  • HAS DYNAMIC FREQUENCY SCALING
  • DOES NOT HAVE NX BIT
  • SUPPORTS HARDWARE-ASSISTED VIRTUALIZATION
  • HAS AES
  • HAS MMX
  • USES MULTITHREADING 

BENCHMARKS:-

  • PASSMARK RESULT "4232"
  • PASSMARK RESULT(SINGLE) "1979"
  • GEEKBENCH 5 RESULT(MULTI) "1425"
  • GEEKBENCH 5 RESULT(SINGLE) "668"
  • CINEBENCH R20(MULTI) RESULT "751"
  • CINEBENCH R20(SINGLE) RESULT "309"

MISCELLANEOUS:-

  • HEIGHT "35mm"
  • WIDTH "25mm"

Intel Core i5-8250U

Why is Intel Core i5-8250U better than AMD Ryzen 3 3200U?

900MHz faster GPU clock speed

1200MHzvs300MHz

1.66GB/s more memory bandwidth

35.76GB/svs34.1GB/s

32GB larger maximum memory size

64GBvs32GB

0.1GHz higher turbo clock speed

3.5GHzvs3.4GHz

0.2 newer version of OpenGL 

4.6vs4.4

10 higher clock multiplier

26vs16

5°C higher maximum operating temperature

105°Cvs100°C

0.5MB/core more L3 cache per core

2MB/corevs1.5MB/core

GENERAL INFORMATION:-

  • Has integrated graphics
  • Supports 64-bit
  • Semiconductor size "14nm
  • GPU clock speed "300 MHz"
  • Thermal Design Power (TDP) "15W"
  • OpenGL version "4.4"

Performance:-

  • CPU SPEED "4 x 1.6GHz"
  • CPU THREADS "8"
  • TURBO CLOCK SPEED "3.4 GHz"
  • L2 CACHE "1MB"
  • CLOCK MULTIPLIER "16"
  • L1 CACHE "256 KB"

MEMORY:-

  • RAM SPEED "2400 MHz"
  • MAXIMUM MEMORY BANDWIDTH "34.1 GB/s"
  • MEMORY CHANNEL "2"
  • MAXIMUM MEMORY SIZE "32 GB"
  • DDR MEMORY VERSION "4"

FEATURES:-

  • HAS DYNAMIC FREQUENCY SCALING
  • HAVE NX BIT
  • SUPPORTS HARDWARE-ASSISTED VIRTUALIZATION
  • HAS AES
  • HAS MMX
  • USES MULTITHREADING

BENCHMARKS:-

The Core i5-7500 is not due for release until January 2017 but one of our users has submitted benchmarks for it already. We only have one sample so these benchmark results are obviously preliminary. Comparing the 7000-6000 shows that average effective speed is up by an impressive 15%. Although price details are not yet available the i5-7500 is likely to cost around $210 which would be in line with the prices for previous generations of this i5. We will revisit this summary when we have more samples.
  • PASSMARK RESULT "6074"
  • PASSMARK RESULT(SINGLE) "1982"
  • GEEKBENCH 5 RESULT(MULTI) "2820"
  • GEEKBENCH 5 RESULT(SINGLE) "780"
  • CINEBENCH R20(MULTI) RESULT "1509"
  • CINEBENCH R20(SINGLE) RESULT "348"

MISCELLANEOUS:-

  • HEIGHT "24mm"
  • WIDTH "42mm"

Post a Comment

0 Comments