We are going to start with application benchmarks for comparisons, these are the kind of benchmarks that provide an overall performance score to compare with. These are also benchmarks that may either test the system as a whole, including many different real-world workloads or stress the CPU in ways real-world everyday workloads are performed to produce a performance result.
We will start with the latest version of PCMark 10 Professional Edition version 2.1.2177 64. We are running the standard PCMark 10 benchmark, not the express, and not the extended. The extended version includes GPU tests and we don’t want the GPU to be part of our CPU testing performance result.
The new AMD Ryzen 3 3300X pulls in a result of 6964 overall PCMark 10 score. This zooms way past the Intel Core i5-9400 by 12%. This performance is also 9% faster than the AMD Ryzen 3 3100.
The next test we are running is the CPU testing in Geekbench 5 (5.1.1) version. The result produces an overall score in Multi-Threading and Single-Threading.
In the Multi-Core Score the AMD Ryzen 3 3300X is also on top once again in performance. In this benchmark the Intel Core i5-9400 pulls itself up a bit compared to the last one. The Ryzen 3 3300X is still 8% faster than the Intel Core i5-9400. The Ryzen 3 3300X is also 9% faster than the Ryzen 3 3100.
In the graph above is the Single-Core Core results from Geekbench 5. On single-core the AMD Ryzen 3 3300X really surpasses the other CPUs by a great deal. It has a much larger gain. It is a high 16% faster than the Intel i5-9400. Interestingly in single-core the i3-9100F is slightly higher than the i5-9400. You will see this replicated in other tests where we test single-thread performance as well.
Our next test is Aida64 version 6.25.5400. We are running the CPU Queen test. To understand the workloads this test runs, please read this article.
The CPU Queen result is again very high on the AMD Ryzen 3300X, with it producing the highest performance. Compared to the Intel i5-9400 it is 24% faster! Even the AMD Ryzen 3 3100 is beating the i5-9400.