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Ryzen 1500X to 5600 Upgrade
This document briefly summarizes an upgrade from the Ryzen 1500X to the Ryzen 5600.
It is worthwhile to note that either through a BIOS upgrade or some greater compatibility of the 5600, that the XMP Profile was able to be activated for the RAM. This should result in 3200MHz post-upgrade vs. 2400MHz pre-upgrade.
The unscientific aggregate percentile increase from all tests below averaged to 151.228%.
- Arch Linux, btw
- Ryzen 1500X pre, Ryzen 5600 post
- 16 GiB, 2400MHz pre, 3200MHz post
- ASRock B450 Steel Legend with garish LEDs
- 4.00 pre, 4.20 post
Benchmarking was done lazily and used whatever defaults were available. Additionally, each test was only run once.
The following are results from running hardinfo benchmarks, excluding CPU N-Queens due to impatience.
- Lower is better
- Higher is better
|CPU||CPU Blowfish (St) ^||CPU Blowfish (Mt) ^||CPU Blowfish (Mc) ^||CPU Zlib ^||CPU CryptoHash ^||CPU Fibonacci V|
|CPU||FPU FFT V||FPU Raytracing V||SysBench CPU (St) ^||SysBench CPU (Mt) ^||SysBench Memory (St) ^||SysBench Memory ^|
The following are results from running the Blender Benchmark software. It runs 3 benchmarks and lists the samples per minute.