Last updated on April 9th, 2019 at 09:47 am
I first tested Cinebench to measure the CPU performance and the score that was achieved with this build sits at 1817, which is 202 points less than the Intel i9-9900K.
For 3DMark, I put this system through Time Spy, Fire Strike and Fire Strike Ultra – with the results as expected across all three benchmarks.
In regards to the games that I tested, I went for Far Cry 5 and The Division 2.
As you can see while playing Far Cry 5, we managed to get an average of 96 frames per second at 1080p, 88fps at 1440p and then 56.5fps at 4K resolution.
When it came to The Division, this proved the more demanding title – especially at 4K, where we only managed to achieve an average of 41.0fps. However, we did see 81.0fps at 1080p and then 68.0fps at 1440p.
Playing these games, I didn’t feel any kind of lag or sluggish movements, so everything performed as expected when gaming with this system.