AMD Ryzen 5 7600X: Listed for problematic side user benchmark

AMD Ryzen 5 7600X: Listed for problematic side user benchmark


from Maximilian Hohm
An engineering sample of the AMD Ryzen 5 7600X has been listed on the problematic Userbenchmark page, which means that an objective comparison between AMD and Intel is not possible. Nevertheless, the chip seems to perform very well, especially compared to its predecessor, the Ryzen 5 5600X. Read more about this below.

AMD’s upcoming Zen 4 processors should build on the success of Zen 3 with the support of DDR5 memory and architectural improvements and deliver even better performance. The rumored lineup is very similar to the lineup of the current Ryzen 5000 models, so that optimal processors can be bought again for different requirement profiles. Now an engineering sample of a Ryzen 5 7600X has surfaced, making its rounds on the problematic Userbenchmark website.

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<p>The engineering sample has the OPN code 100-000000593-20_Y and was tested on an Asrock N7-B65XT mainboard in combination with DDR5 4,800 memory.  According to the Userbenchmark entry, the Ryzen 5 7600X has six cores and twelve threads.  The base clock is said to be 4.4 GHz, while the turbo clock is said to be 4.95 GHz.  The base clock would be 700 MHz higher than the predecessor Ryzen 5 5600X, while the turbo clock would “only” increase by 350 MHz.</p>
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Since Userbenchmark has an extreme Intel bias and a peculiar test philosophy, the results between Intel and AMD processors are always problematic, but the data can be used to draw initial comparisons between different AMD models. Compared to the Ryzen 5 5600X, the ES chip is said to have 56 percent higher single-core performance and, even when using four cores, is still 49 percent faster than its predecessor. After the website lists the chip under the name Advanced Marketing Devices 7600X and the statement from the gallery is still valid, no further objective comparisons are unfortunately possible.

Source: user benchmark

Reference-www.pcgameshardware.de