The Ryzen 5 7600X impresses in single-core in UserBenchmark

The Ryzen 5 7600X impresses in single-core in UserBenchmark

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The Ryzen 5 5600X logically on the mat, but also the Core i5-12600K as well as the Core i9-12900K.

Update : a controversy surrounds the scores obtained by this Ryzen and above all, the reaction of the UserBenchmark team. This downgraded the score to return the Core i9-12900K to the leader in single-core. The entry has also been renamed: from “AMD Eng Sample” it has been renamed “Advanced Marketing Devices 7600X”. Additionally, Ryzen results are now presented with the following message (translated):

“Only minutes after this golden sample appeared on userbenchmark, AMD’s marketing machinery actively promoted Zen 4 while slandering userbenchmark via hundreds of news outlets and thousands of twitter accounts, reddit, forums and youtube. If AMD were really about to release a class-leading processor (or GPU), there would be no reason for them to take this approach.

As things stand, buying new AMD products is akin to buying used cars. It’s hard for consumers to make rational choices when AMD completely dominates the “news” and social media channels. Ten years ago, when AMD was an extreme underdog, extreme marketing was understandable. Today, with a capitalization of US$150 billion, that’s an insult to AMD’s own potential users.

If these marketing practices continue, Ryzen could end up in the same state as Radeon. After a series of hypes, consumers no longer trust the Radeon brand. The combined market share of all AMD Radeon RX 5000 and 6000 GPUs (Steam stats Jun 22) is just 2%. Meanwhile, Nvidia’s RTX 2060 alone accounts for 5%. Of course, if Zen 4 delivers a 57% increase for a single core, we’ll bow down, call AMD king, and do seppuku! “.

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Image 2: The Ryzen 5 7600X impresses with single-core in UserBenchmark

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An engineering sample of a Ryzen CPU under Zen 4 CPU architecture, in this case a probable Ryzen 5 7600X, one of four Ryzen 7000s recently referenced by AMD on its website, made an appearance in UserBenchmark . Identified by the number 100-000000593-20_Y, this 6-core / 12-thread has a base frequency of 4.4 GHz and a Boost frequency of 4.95 GHz; it takes place on an ASRock N7-B65XT motherboard and works with 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) of G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB DDR5-5600 memory.

Image 3: The Ryzen 5 7600X impresses in single-core in UserBenchmark
Credit: Harukaze5719

The chip scores 243 points in single-core and 1478 points in multi-core. This is a score 22% higher than the Core i9-12900K, 27% higher than the Core i5-12600K and 56% higher than the Ryzen 5 5600X. In multi-core, the Ryzen 5 7600X is 23% ahead of the Ryzen 5 5600X; it is however beaten by 27% by the Core i5-12600K and its 10 cores / 16 threads (6+4). The multi-core score is therefore not exceptional, but keep in mind that this is a preliminary result with an early BIOS.

Processor Single-core Multicore
Ryzen5 7600X 243 1478
Core i9-12900K 200 2946
Core i5-12600K 191 1884
Ryzen 5 5600X 156 1198

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Launch next October?

Intel’s Ryzen 7000 and Raptor Lake processors are expected before the end of the year, probably as early as next fall. Regarding Intel’s chips, a leak suggested an announcement on September 28 with a view to marketing from October 17. For the Ryzen, no such precise date has been mentioned for the moment.

Processor Hearts / Son Base Frequency / Boost PDT
Ryzen 9 7950X 16C/32T ? / ~5.5GHz 170W
Ryzen 9 7900X 12C/24T To be determined 170W
Ryzen 7 7700X 8C/16T To be determined To be determined
Ryzen5 7600X 6C/12T 4.4/4.9GHz To be determined

Source: UserBenchmark

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