After the launch of the Ryzen 7 CPUs, there was a suspect that it could run faster if you disable SMT feature, which makes it have twice the threads. Let’s check it.
The Ryzen 7 1700X is a new CPU from AMD, using the Zen architecture, offering eight cores and sixteen threads. Let’s see how does it performs.
We tested the Core i7-7700K, a high-end quad-core CPU from the new seventh-generation Kaby Lake architecture from Intel. Check it out!
The Core i3-7100 is a dual-core CPU from Intel, from the seventh-gen Core i (Kaby Lake) processors. Let’s test it and compare to the previous generation.
The Core i5-7600K is a quad-core CPU from Intel , being the most high-end seventh-gen Core i5 CPU available. Let’s test it and see how fast is it.
The Athlon X4 860K is a four-core, inexpensive socket FM2+ CPU from AMD. Let’s benchmark it and see if is it faster than its competitors.
Let’s test the Pentium G4500, a low-cost, dual-core socket LGA1151 CPU, and check if is it a good choice for a budget computer.
Let’s test the Athlon X4 845, a low-cost, quad-core socket FM2+ CPU, and check if is it a good choice for a budget computer.
The Athlon 5350 is a low-power, quad-core CPU from AMD. Let’s test it and see if is it a good choice for a low-cost computer. Check it out!
We tested the A4-7300, an inexpensive CPU from AMD, with two cores, 4.0 GHz maximum clock, and Radeon integrated video, that uses FM2 socket. Check it out!