Application & Synthetic Testing Continued
Here we see a slight benefit to overclocking. Our GIGABYTE X570 Gaming X scores close enough to the other test systems to consider this a good result, but it’s hardly setting records.
In this test, we see solid results from the GIGABYTE X570 Gaming X. All of the AMD results are nearly the same, but at 4.3GHz it does manage to edge out the others.
Cinebench R20 is a test that the AMD systems tend to do very well. When overclocked, our 12c/24t CPU and GIGABYTE X570 combo is surprisingly close to the 18c/36t Intel CPU at stock speeds which is impressive given the core/thread disparity.
Cinebench R20 – Single Thread
In the single-threaded Cinebench test, we see roughly the same positioning relative to the other test systems. However, the GIGABYTE X570 Gaming X takes the top spot at stock speeds and falls a bit when overclocked. This is unsurprising given the boost clocks are lowered when running at a fixed clock of 4.3GHz.
In this test, we saw the most minimal improvement from overclocking. We also saw a result that was slightly worse than the other AMD test systems.
Here we have another middle of the road result. However, when overclocked the GIGABYTE X570 Gaming X achieves a slight gain putting it near the top of the stack.
Here we see somewhat low results from our GIGABYTE X570 Gaming X. In fact, it only managed to tie the other test systems when overclocked while falling 20 points short at stock speeds.