News AMD Ryzen 3 3250U APU Benchmarked Ahead of Release

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Geekbench is really only good for comparing your own tuning on the same system. It gets really weird sometimes when comparing different CPUs - even of the same brand.

For example, Steve Burke at GN ended up with much higher multithread score on a stock 9700k vs the 9900k - he noted the odd scoring in the benchmark and claimed he had re-run the test several times and the 9700k kept putting out higher multithreaded scores than the 9900k during his benchmarking.

People should stop using it as benchmark to compare different cpus - it just plain doesn't work well for that purpose for some reason.
 

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