A CPU-Z processor standard run has been shared that has got some hot under the collar. Twitter tech enthusiast HXL (by means of TechPowerUp) has shared a screenshot of a supposed CPU-Z standard run of a processor with the code number 100-000000061-08. This aligns with previous OPN code numbers and its thread count (24 threads as seen mid-screenshot) shows that under test was an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU.
So, according to the above screenshot, the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU is a 12C/24T part and attains a score of 652.8 in the single threaded CPU test and 9481.8 in the multi threaded CPU test. AMD’s Ryzen 7 3700X (8C/16T) processor ratings 511/5433 in the same tests, and was selected the a comparison standard by the tester.
Some other 1T/nT contrasts are as follows:
- The direct predecessor of the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X, the Ryzen 9 3900X (12C/24T), ratings 522/8189.
- The fastest single thread processor in the CPU-Z online data base, the Intel Core i7-9700K (8C/8T), ratings 547/4138.
- Ye olde Intel Core i7-2600K (4C/8T) scores 382/1738.
It looks like AMD Ryzen 5000 series processor leaks are coming believe and quickly now, as we reported on the AMD Ryzen 7 5700U AoTS benchmark leaks a week back and the AMD Ryzen 7 5800X AoTS standard leaks simply a number of days earlier. This newest leak appears to reinforce hopes of a substantial uplift in CPU efficiency delivered by the Zen 3 architecture on N7P. It is great to see some single thread processing benchmark scores which might help AMD take the gaming CPU crown, at least till Intel can respond with its 14nm++++ Rocket Lake-S in the New Year, or possibly 10nm Alder Lake-S later on into 2021.
Lastly, remember to take these criteria with a pinch of salt. The main AMD Zen 3 launch occasion is set up for 8th Oct, a week today, and we expect to find out a lot about the brand-new AMD Ryzen 5000 CPUs at that time, with the very first parts tipped for release about a fortnight later.
So, according to the above screenshot, the AMD Ryzen 9 5900X CPU is a 12C/24T part and accomplishes a score of 652.8 in the single threaded CPU test and 9481.8 in the multi threaded CPU test. This most current leak appears to reinforce hopes of a significant uplift in CPU efficiency provided by the Zen 3 architecture on N7P. Last however not least, remember to take these standards with a pinch of salt.