In order to see how well the new Ryzen 7 processor handles the 1080p and 1440p settings of PC games such as these, we ran the Ryzen 7 through the new PCMark synthetic benchmarks at the 1080p and 1440p settings. At 1080p, the 12S Ultra was the clear winner, achieving roughly 40% higher performance than the CFX.
At 1440p, the Ryzen 7 family's performance was 46% faster than the CFX, and the difference between the Ryzen 7 and Core i9 was 2%. A couple of months ago, the Core i9 was the fastest we'd seen at 1440p, but the Ryzen 7 family has caught up.
In Fortnite, the 5800X3D was again the clear favorite, topping the RX Vega 64 and matching the 1% low data. However, the CFX was not only a bit faster than the RX Vega 64, it managed to give us the overall fastest average frame rate, 528 fps. At 1080p, the difference between the two was about 9% for the 1% low data, and at 1440p, it was over 10%.
By far, the most impressive thing about the Ryzen 7 is the upgrade path. It's not only the best performer, it's the most future-proof. If you want to upgrade, you can upgrade without needing a new motherboard. No need to worry about compatibility, no need to buy new parts. It's a great thing to consider. If you want the most powerful CPU, the Core i9 isn't as future-proof. It requires a substantial motherboard upgrade to support 4.7 GHz of CPU power.
Regardless of the color scheme, the Ryzen 5 is a beast. It can easily handle both the 1080p and 1440p resolution, and when you throw in the 4K resolution, it looks like its only weakness is the Core i9's ability to handle ray tracing.
If you want the best setup, the Core i9 is a better choice. When you want the ultimate ray tracing experience, the RTX 2080 Ti is the way to go. But in the end it's not a question about which graphics card is better. It's about determining what you're going to use your PC for. If you don't need ray tracing and you want a card that's going to max out your 1080p resolution, the Ryzen 5 is the best choice. If you're planning on some serious VR gaming, the CPU has to be pushed to its limits, or you'll have a less-than-ideal experience.
We also know that the iQOO 9 Pro has an incredible set of camera features. The phone can capture slow motion videos at 1080p at 240fps. The phone can also record a video in 3D mode, which is perfect for capturing moments like a Super Mario Kart track in the real world. 827ec27edc