Mar 31, 2017 04:08 AM EDT
A tech website has supported the benchmark results release by American multinational semiconductor company Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) regarding its card, the Ryzen and its test on the beta version of "Ashes of the Singularity". There are some people who have been skeptic about processor's performance and its optimization.
In his article published in PC World, Gordon Mah Ung said that AMD Ryzen is not "fronting" with the AMD's Ryzen and its use in the beta version of "Ashes of the Singularity". He said that in their test, the processor had a 20- to 28-percent boost in the game.
They also had a CPU-centric of the AMD Ryzen which puts more objects on the screen. They have observed that there were bumps but they were not as significant and there is still an increase in performance.
But what if you are not convinced with Ung's test? You can also test the AMD Ryzen and its optimization with the beta version of "Ashes of the Singularity".
How exactly could one test it? There is a patched version of the beta version of "Ashes of the Singularity" that could be downloaded and test through Stream. The game contains the AMD Ryzen optimization.
"That's because promised optimizations are basically the tech industry's version of "the check is in the mail." But with Oxide squeezing out so much more performance in just a few short weeks of tuning, there's probably a lot more to come from Ryzen," Ung wrote in his article.
Extreme Tech has also reported that the AMD Ryzen is having a proper optimization with the "Ashes of the Singularity" beta version. They said that it had a good performance with the substantial optimization.
Last Thursday, the company has released the benchmark results by using it in the beta version of "Ashes of the Singularity". It shows that the AMD Ryzen has a sizable increase in performance from tuning the company's CPU for just a few weeks.
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