Ryzen 5 7600X: +40% multi-core, +35% single-core over Ryzen 5 5600X

Recall that we have already looked at:

So GeekBench is a logical continuation. However, I assume we won’t see the results from PassMark. It stopped appearing in leaks before release Alder Lake. The reason became clear after the release – the test uses a spectrum of different types of load, many of which did not fit the combination of large / small cores and the results Alder Lake were quite tragic.

This time, however, there probably won’t even be leaks of new Ryzen results, because as AMD admitted at the event (see above, fifth from the left), the increase in IPC Zen 4 in PassMark it is quite below average, so there is no reason to brag about PassMark. But back to GeekBench:

GeekBench 5

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The performance of the Ryzen 5 7600X is exactly 40% higher than that of the Ryzen 5 5600X. It is practically at the level of processors such as Ryzen 7 5800X or Core i7-12700. The Core i5-12600K is slightly (4%) faster. AMD seems to be pitting it more against the Core i5-13600 (without the K), but it all depends on Intel’s pricing as well. Some sources suggest that Intel will at best maintain the recommended prices of the current generation, but will rather be forced to raise prices in view of the financial results for the previous quarter. We will find out in a month how it will actually be.

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The Ryzen 5 7600X is doing well on a single core. We can compare with the three Core i9-13900K score leaks, the first two (#1 and 2) come from samples for which the frequencies were not clear, but in the case of #3 it was a processor that was proven to run at up to 5.8 GHz, therefore at the final clocks ( however, we don’t know if it had a 250W or 350W power limit set). However, the Ryzen 7 7700X and higher perform slightly better than it.

It is worth noting that we are talking about the single-core performance of the Core i9-13900K or Ryzen 5 7600X, which is at the level of the fully loaded quad-core / eight-thread Nehalem Core i7-960. In the case of the Ryzen 7 7700X, the single-core score (2225) is exactly equal to the overall performance of the six-core Phenom II X6 1090T.


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