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New 5600x scores (3.7 GHz/T'4.6 GHz) Beat 10900K (Single threaded) on PassMark

As always, take this with a grain of salt.

The reason being is that this is only one sample, therefore the margin of error is quite significant. Having said that, according to PassMark's webpage for Single Threaded CPU charts, the 5600X is now at the top of the chart, with a score of 3,495:

 

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While I am somewhat skeptical, mainly due to the lack of 3rd party reviews and the small number of samples tested, I am quite excited by this news.

 

I am particularly interested in the implications that these results have on real world gaming applications or software that primarily leverages single core performance. Regardless, Zen 3 seems to be the new king for single core performance, but as stated earlier, wait for 3rd party benchmarks (GN, LTT, ...) 

 

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yes but there is only one sample on test  so it smells a lot

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I'm really excited aswell and hope AMD can deliver the promised performance. But we'll see that soon enough with third party reviews. Heres hoping it will actually be available to buy...


Edit: There is no clock speed next to the 5600X, so for all we know this could be running on LN2 :D

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Exciting but also pretty meaningless. For all we know they had all but 1 core disabled then the thing OCed to high heaven on LN2 to achieve that score.

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2 minutes ago, Stahlmann said:

Edit: There is no clock speed next to the 5600X, so for all we know this could be running on LN2 :D

it says 3.7ghz

https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+Ryzen+5+5600X&id=3859

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Wow look at the margin (entertaining myself).

Everything move up 0.5-1% then suddenly 10% at the top.

very impressive (if it's true).

Can't imagine how intel will look in with multicore performance.

 

Linus is hinting us, because he already has the sample. lol.

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i hope roket lake will a good step for intel else intel will lose the market fo at least another year

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8 minutes ago, mahyar said:

i hope roket lake will a good step for intel

Unlikely. More hype than anything.

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2 minutes ago, nox_ said:

Unlikely. More hype than anything.

well there is not much hype around it afaik

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1 minute ago, mahyar said:

not much hype

Hype from intel I mean. They are saying it will be amazing aren't they?

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Just now, nox_ said:

Hype from intel I mean. They are saying it will be amazing aren't they?

afaik no there is nothing about it

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2 minutes ago, mahyar said:

afaik no there is nothing about it

I think you are mistaken, but okay.

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Just now, nox_ said:

I think you are mistaken, but okay.

this link is the data we have rocket lake only has more cache and 18% better ipc and better igpu maybe there will be some thing to compete with apu but not much more

 

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I feel like it's one of those "cheesy leaks", same as we had before the 3000 series launch. Does anyone remember?

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"The Ryzen 9 will feature the Ryzen 9 3850X and Ryzen 9 3800X. They will be a 16C/32T processor with 4.3/5.1 and 3.9/4.7 base/boost clocks respectively. The processors have a TDP of 135W and 125W respectively with pricing of 560$ and 505$ US."

Those just disappeared into obscurity, and so will this one.

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1 hour ago, mahyar said:

i hope roket lake will a good step for intel else intel will lose the market fo at least another year

Maybe not Rocket Lake but Alder Lake is looking like its going to be a brand new hybrid design using BIG little cores much like mobile SOCs.

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22 minutes ago, Master Disaster said:

Maybe not Rocket Lake but Alder Lake is looking like its going to be a brand new hybrid design using BIG little cores much like mobile SOCs.

i know all about alder lake im saying short term because alder will drop in 2022 

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i wonder what will passmark do to make amd look worse again

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3 hours ago, mahyar said:

i know all about alder lake im saying short term because alder will drop in 2022 

If I’m not mistaken, Alder Lake is coming out in second half of 2021.

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1 hour ago, Random_Person1234 said:

If I’m not mistaken, Alder Lake is coming out in second half of 2021.

Intel currently says Alder Lake is 2H 2021, but it might be a nudge towards things getting delayed so it'll end up in 2022.

 

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13 minutes ago, porina said:

Intel currently says Alder Lake is 2H 2021, but it might be a nudge towards things getting delayed so it'll end up in 2022.

 

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Why tf did they listed 9900ks for 2000$ ?

EDIT: Also, I'm sure that cpu have better single core perf than 9980xe, which they put above 9900ks

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31 minutes ago, Lakobrija said:

Why tf did they listed 9900ks for 2000$ ?

EDIT: Also, I'm sure that cpu have better single core perf than 9980xe, which they put above 9900ks

It‘s a 9990XE - that‘s a 14-core CPU iirc. Limited edition with higher clocks

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3 hours ago, ShinRamen said:

It‘s a 9990XE - that‘s a 14-core CPU iirc. Limited edition with higher clocks

Oh, yeah, I may consider buying glasses for myself since I lost reading vision 

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