View Poll Results: How will the Anandtech game score of Ryzen be explained?

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  • Graphics drivers were not the same.

    0 0%
  • The game updates were not the same.

    0 0%
  • They measured the intel machine with very high ambiant temperature. (hot day)

    2 6.90%
  • The systems had the expected FPS, but the measuring went wrong or wrongly processed.

    3 10.34%
  • They used much better DDR4 memory/settings.

    1 3.45%
  • Anandtech used gamer mode, the others didn't.

    0 0%
  • Anandtechs database was hacked.

    0 0%
  • None of the above, this is the true speed of Ryzen, everyone else has it wrong.

    11 37.93%
  • Something else

    12 41.38%
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Thread: AnandTech's better game scores for Ryzen, explanations poll ....

  1. #31
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    The article is not reassuring:
    - Still no external tool validation and some people need HPET.
    - New questions arise. What about overclocking results from reviews, youtube, forums, etc? We have to dismiss them if they don't have HPET?
    - I've read the past Intel cpus all had 14.318 MHz HPET. Why Coffee lake have 24 MHz? Anandtech is wrong again?
    - If Meltdown-Spectre patches are influencing HPET negatively why did the Intel cpu gain 30-40% more performance on the Civilization benchmark compared to a run without the patches?
    - Why the power consumption change between reviews?
    Last edited by DCO; 26th April 2018 at 05:22 AM.

  2. #32
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    Choice 10, Intel's check was late. /sarc

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