Less than a day after the official announcement of the Ryzen 7000 processors, the Geekbench synthetic test database has published data on the performance test of the six-core Ryzen 5 7600X. Independent test results confirm AMD’s performance claims.
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According to the specification, the six-core Ryzen 5 7600X on the Zen 4 architecture operates in the frequency range from 4.7 to 5.3 GHz. During the Geekbench test, the processor automatically overclocked slightly above the maximum frequency declared by the manufacturer – up to 5395 MHz. The chip itself was tested on an MSI MEG X670E Ace motherboard, in a company with 32 GB of DDR5 RAM with an unknown frequency.
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In the single-core performance test, the chip scored 2092 and 2174 points. In tests of multi-core performance – 11,337 and 11,369 points.
Ryzen 5 7600X single-core and multi-core performance in Geekbench 5 (here and below)
The single-core performance is in line with AMD’s claims. As part of the presentation, she said that the processor scores about 2175 points in this test. The company did not talk about multi-core performance.
AMD Claimed Performance Level for Ryzen 7000 Processors. Source: AMD
From the available data, we can conclude that the single-core performance of the Ryzen 5 7600X is 35% higher than the Vermeer Ryzen 5 5600X series on Zen 3 architecture, and the multi-core performance is 39% higher. In the same tests, the Ryzen 5 5600X averages 1613 and 8149 respectively.
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According to AMD, the new six-core Ryzen 5 7600X outperforms the current flagship 16-core Intel Core i9-12900K in games by an average of 5%. The specified AMD processor, like the entire line of Ryzen 7000 chips, will go on sale on September 27th.