Intel 13th generation Core, AMD Ryzen 7000 is it strong or bad? The latest exposure information gives AMD fans a strong heart.
A AMD Ryzen 7000 engineering sample appeared in the UserBenchmark database, number 100-000000593-20_y. The motherboard is the Hua engine N7-B65xt, which is likely to be based on the B650E chipset.
The detection information shows that it has 6 cores and 12 threads, the benchmark frequency is 4.4GHz, and the maximum acceleration is 5.0GHz. It may be named Ryzen 57600X. Compared with Ryzen 5600X 3.7-4.6GHz, it has increased up to 700MHz and 400MHz, respectively.
Of course, this is still engineering sample, and the ultimate frequency may be different.
In terms of running points, compared with Ryzen 5600X single -core performance, 56 % and quad -core performance increased by 49 %, which is a bit incredible.
Compared with the i9-12900K, the single-core performance also exceeded as many as 22 %. You must know that UserBenchmark has always been not friendly to AMD processors. There is such a performance that is simply shocked. It also proves that the 5nm process combined with the Zen4 architecture is quite fierce.
Of course, because there are only 6 cores, the comparison of 8+8 cores suffer a lot in multi -core performance.